I am looking for a family recipe an uncle made for the holiday turkey. It's stuffing made with mashed potatoes, onions, hamburger, and I believe sausage also, and poultry seasoning. It was one of our all time favorites, but I lost my copy and Uncle Ed is long past. Could someone help me out?
By Judy Hardy from Nashua, NH
We take the turkey neck and giblets and simmer with onions and celery in a small pan till done (if using fresh herbs, they can be simmered in this too). Reserve broth, when cooled, remove as much meat as possible from turkey neck, add to other giblets and dice finely with knife or in food processor. We use boiled potatoes, not mashed in the recipe. I've added turkey bouillon flavoring, other than that, yes, this is our French stuffing recipe.
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I understand you combine the browned hamburger and the mashed potatoes. My question is; do you boil and mash the potatoes and that's it or do you add butter and milk like you were actually making mashed potatoes as a side dish?
By Tim W.
I would leave out the seasonings since the dish probably has its own
My dad made meat and potato stuffing with onion, salt pork, potatoes, seasonings, and the liver and giblets. It was made of turkey too. I don't know what other kind of meat he used, but it had to have another meat. Plus, I'm not sure of amounts to use either. Can anyone help me with this?
By amanda ouellet from las vegas, nv.
Apples and cranberries are combined with bread cubes, onions and other savory ingredients to make this delicious stuffing. It makes a wonderful side dish to serve with turkey, chicken or roast pork.
Had an uncle who made the most delicious potato meat stuffing for Thanksgiving, Christmas, or just when he wanted it. He has gone and so did the stuffing as he made it from scratch out of his head. No record of it was ever found.