What’s the best thing about holiday stuffing (or dressing, as we call it here in Texas)? It’s the crunchy, golden brown crust that forms on top. At least, that’s my favorite part. The gooey interior, not so much. Solution: Skip the dressing in a pan and make Stuffin’ Muffins. You’ll expose more of the surface area of the stuffing, thus forming lots much heavenly crunch.
Start with some nice stale bread.
Cube it and utilize it in your favorite stuffing recipe.
Don’t forget plenty of sage.
Fresh if you have it, but the dry stuff will work fine for making stuffing. I usually mix some of each.
Fill muffin trays with the mixture.
Bake at 400F for about 25-35 minutes, or until a beautiful, golden brown crust has formed on them. Pop ‘em out and serve with your holiday turkey. Don’t forget the gravy, of course.
Until next time,
Nothing gets you stuffed like Stuffin’ Muffins!