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Category : Stuffings
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4 c Dry bread cubes;(3 slices)

1 Onion; chopped

1 Garlic clove;(1/2 tsp pwdr)

1/4 ts Black pepper;

1/4 ts Dried marjoram;(or oregano)

1 c Celery;chopped (3 stalks)

2 tb Parsley leaves;or 2 tsp dry

1 c Hot water or turkey broth;

3/4 ts Ground sage;

1/2 ts Dried thyme;or 1/4 tsp

1/8 ts Basil;optional

Combine all ingredients in a bowl, toss to mix well. Stuff into a 10-pound turkey or 4 cornish hens. 4-6 servings.

1/4 recipe 100 calories Carbohydrates 20 gram, Protein 5 g, Fat 2 g,

Sodium 199 mg, Potassium 177, Cholesterol 0. 1 bread exchange, 1 vegetable exchange Am. Diabetes Assoc. Holiday Cookbook, shared on Cooking echo by Earl Shelsby Oct 93. Shared and tested by Elizabeth Rodier Oct 93. Good with fat-free gravy. Compare with Bread Stuffing from Betty Crocker made with margarine 410 calories per cup. ER's notes: may be covered and baked 30 min. in casserole 350- 375 F oven to avoid added fat. Cook the turkey with a chunk of raw onion in the cavity. Use only 1/2 cup liquid if you prefer a dry dressing. OR from The New Chatelaine Cookbook (Macmillan) ~ Whole lemons, orange or tangarines. Prick fruit skins several times ~ Whole garlic cloves, don't peel ~ Slices of fresh ginger root ~ Handfuls of fresh herbs - sage, rosemary or thyme OR 2 tbsp dry herbs ~ Fresh rosemary sprigs with orange wedges or sage with apple slices.



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