Use Gluten Free Dressing rather than stuffing this year!
Enjoy gluten free dressing with your Thanksgiving meal.
Dressing tends to have less bread in the dish and more vegetables thus making it easier to have less gluten right from the beginning of the recipe! Even if you are not cooking gluten free this recipe is the perfect one to use imperfect cornbread! You may note in the picture there was an odd crack in my cornbread!?
- 1 recipe yellow cornbread *
- 1-2 onions, chopped
- 1 cup celery, chopped
- 1/2 pound mild or hot sausage
- salt and pepper
- 1 teaspoon thyme (do NOT omit)
- 2 eggs
- Mix cornbread, onions, celery, and sausage. Add eggs. You will probably have to finish mixing with your hands. Due to the variety of gluten free cornbread and breads the moisture in this recipe will have to be checked at this stage. The mixture should be wet enough that the mix can hold together in a ball but not so wet that it sticks to your hands. If too dry can add milk or chicken broth. If too moist add pieces of stale gluten free bread or toast. Bake in ungreased 8x8 pan 1 hour at 350. Freezes very well.
*Many individuals with celiacs or gluten intolerance have concerns with other grains as well, be sure that your bread meets the dietary needs of the individuals you are serving. As with all allergies, check the ingredients of each product before using. We have found the same brand, same packaging to be different at times.
Our gluten free Thanksgiving tips suggested using dressing rather than stuffing. Combine this recipe with ground venison sausage and you have a delicious gluten free dressing side! Be Use these hostess gifts as decoration, game prizes: Gifts in jars Turkey noodle soup, Gifts in Jars Autumn Mix or seasonal Jelly Belly beans.
Cook this gluten free dressing in the oven ahead of time, or at the same time as your turkey if you use a Char-Broil Big Easy!
Whether gluten free by choice or necessity, this gluten free dressing recipe is delicious side for everyone!