Turkey Stuffing with Cinnamon Goodness
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Turkey Stuffing with Cinnamon Goodness

Every Thanksgiving, our family gets together with some close friends that we met when we were both homeschooling our daughters. The wife and mother of the family that we share Thanksgiving with is an excellent cook. She makes all of the delicious trimmings from salad and appetizer through dessert, but everyone loves my turkey and stuffing .

I make the turkey in the traditional way, but I use a sweet stuffing recipe that I inherited from my mother. I am not one to use measuring spoons and cups, so my measurements are approximate. Actually for best results, give a quick taste to the mixture and sweeten according to your taste.For best results cook your turkey in a moderate oven and baste frequently.

Here is my stuffing recipe:


1 loaf of white bread1/3 cup sugar1 teaspoon cinnamon2 small bananas (apples) cut up1/4 cup of chopped chestnuts (optional and in season)1 or 2 eggs for moistness


Moisten the loaf of white bread and break apart into a mixing bowl. Add 1 or 2 eggs for additional moistness. Add the cut up fruit slices. Add sugar and cinnamon. You can use more or less of the recommended sugar and cinnamon to taste. Mix well until you get a smooth consistency. Stuff the turkey and cook as you would with any other stuffing.

This stuffing can be used with chicken or Cornish hens. As an alternative, you can bake in the oven at 350 degrees for about 40 minutes. This makes a tasty bread pudding.

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