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Grandma's Turkey and Dressing Recipe

Guest Author - Deborah Adams

If you are counting carbs or calories this dressing isn't for you.. but if you are looking for a recipe bursting with flavor and good old fashioned deliciousness then this is one you are going to love. Our family has made this for generations and it's always requested. So we usually make it twice a year. So bring out the turkey and get ready for the best dressing you ever ate!

Grandma's Turkey & Dressing

1 lg turkey cooked as directed (save broth)
1 - 9 x 13 in. pan of biscuits,
1 loaf bread
3 c. chopped onion,
2 c. chopped celery,
1 doz. eggs boiled & chopped,
1 lb. butter, melted,
sage to taste (I use about 3 Tbsp.)
Salt & Pepper to taste.
1 1/2 c. chopped pecans if desired

Saute' onion & celery in butter until tender.
In lg. roasting pan combine cornbread, biscuits & white bread all crumbled.
Add butter, celery, onion, pecans & seasonings.
Pour in saved turkey broth adding canned chicken broth to slightly soupy consistency.
Add chopped eggs.
Cover & bake in 400║ F. oven for 1 hour.
Uncover and bake 30 - 40 more minutes.
This will thicken as it cools slightly.
Make giblet gravy and enjoy! YUM

It's a good thing we only make this twice a year but it's so good! Happy Thanksgiving to all of you.. Drive safe and stay safe.

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