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Cranberry, Apple & Walnut Dressing


DerHusker
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From my Thanksgiving Turkey thread.

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Ingredients:
2 6 oz. Packages of Mrs. Cubbinson’s Seasoned Dressing mix
2 sticks of butter
1 cup of dried Cranberries
1 cup of finely chopped Walnuts
1 cup of minced Onion
1 cup of diced Celery
2 cups of diced Apple
1 ½ cups of Chicken stock
½ cup of Apple Cider

Combine the Dressing, Cranberries, Apple & Walnuts in a large bowl. Melt the Butter in a large skillet and then add the Celery & Onion. Once this has wilted add the Chicken stock & Apple Cider and then turn the heat to low and let simmer of 10 minutes. Now add this wet mixture to the bowl and stir. Scoop this out into a dish and cover with aluminum foil. Bake for 45 minutes @ 350 degrees removing foil for the last 25 minutes.

 

Results:

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Enjoy!  :) 

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Dried cranberries are so versatile. I'll bet they add just the right burst of sweet/tart when you bite into one. Nice recipe DerHusker. Thanks for sharing it.

Thanks Jack. The second week of November we spent a week in Sedona. While there we ate at the Wildflower Bread Company a few times. (Great place) One time I had a turkey sandwich with cranberry walnut dressing and the dressing was so good I searched the web for a recipe. I found one that says it’s from the Wildflower Bread Company but also found the above recipe that I tried instead. While not the same as the Wildflower Bread Company dressing it was a big hit also.
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