This has been handed down for years I just love it. My husband and I and the neighbor ate a 12 inch skilletful the night before Thanksgiving, right off the stove and 3 forks. Had to run to the store to be able to make it again. This can be eaten out of the turkey or you can stuff it. Just oh so good!
Melt the margarine in a large skillet add the onions. keep stirring so it don't brown.
Break up the sausage into pieces and add to the onion and butter in pan. Keep stirring until sausage is done.
Take the bread and soak it in your hands under water and squeeze the excess water out and break it up into sausage mixture until the whole loaf is done. Mix thoroughly.
Add 2 eggs, salt, thyme to taste. Mix well.
Either stuff the turkey or serve the dressing on the side. It doesn't matter, as it is fully cooked. Enjoy!
You can always double the recipe, just in case you keep tasting it.
|Time:||5 Minutes Preparation Time|
45 Minutes Cooking Time
Source: Passed down from Grandmother, to Mom to the girls in the family.
By charcoalfluid from Ripley, TN
Simple usually is best. I will try this recipe! May ask what type of sausage you get? I live in Texas. Do you get store bought? butcher? Thank you for sharing.
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