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November 20, 2023

The Very Best Holiday Sausage Stuffing Recipe, with Tips!

‘Tis the season for the irresistible aroma of holiday stuffing wafting through the kitchen! Whether you’re a purist with a taste for the traditional or an adventurer eager to infuse your stuffing with fruits, nuts, and other culinary surprises, this year’s Thanksgiving feast promises to be a flavor-packed extravaganza.

In preparation for this year’s holiday season, Jones Corporate Chef Kate Konen created a Two-Way Easy Sausage Stuffing recipe that uses the same base ingredients (Jones Roll Sausage, celery, onion, chicken stock, and herbs) but then let’s you customize by bread and other optional ingredients like apples and cranberries.

In a recent appearance on the Morning Blend television show, Chef Kate showcased the magic of this recipe. She created two delightful yet distinct variations: a classic cornbread rendition and a gluten-free cranberry apple twist. As you’ll see, the same base ingredients transform effortlessly to accommodate different bread choices, making this stuffing a boon for gluten-sensitive gatherings.

Get ready to elevate your holiday feast with a stuffing that embodies tradition while inviting personalization—thanks to Chef Kate’s two-way recipe.

Stuffing Tips from Chef Kate:

  • Never stuff the bird with stuffing because you can better control the cooking temperature of both by cooking them separately. Instead, stuff the cavity of the bird with herbs, celery, onion, and a quartered lemon.  As those ingredients cook inside, they’ll impart wonderful flavors! 
  • Leftover stale bread works great for stuffing cubes.
  • Keep it traditional or elevate it with diced apples, cranberries, pomegranate arils, and more.
  • If using dried herbs instead of fresh, make sure to use only 1/3 the amount. Ratio of 3 to 1 fresh to dried.
  • Garnish your stuffing with additional fresh herbs.

Upgrade your stuffing with Jones All Natural Pork Sausage Roll

Jones All Natural Pork Sausage Roll is based on the original Jones family recipe made with only three ingredients… pork, salt and hand-blended spices. Jones is the only major sausage manufacturer to make a breakfast sausage without added water which means more protein and fewer fat and calories per serving. 

Other product features of Jones All Natural Pork Sausage Roll include:

  • Uncooked and minimally processed which means it has no added preservatives, MSG, sugar, binders or fillers.
  • Gluten-free certified.
  • Made in small batches with only fresh meat.
  • Flash frozen at the peak of freshness; that’s why Jones Sausage is always found in the freezer section because in order to keep it fresh, we keep it frozen.
  • Available in a convenient 16 oz size.

Jones Dairy Farm is your Stuffing Recipe Resource

The Jones Dairy Farm website has a variety of stuffing recipes to make your holiday meal more special.  Here are a few to whet your appetite:

Sweet Potato Stuffing with Sausage: Developed by Paleo Running Momma, this delicious Sweet Potato Stuffing with all natural sausage, apples and cranberries has all the flavor of traditional Thanksgiving stuffing but is grain free, gluten free, dairy free and Whole30 compliant.

Sausage and Buttermilk Biscuit Stuffing: Savory sausage and flaky biscuits are a match made in heaven. To save time, use store-bought biscuits in this flavorful sausage stuffing recipe. 

Wild Rice and Water Chestnut Stuffing with Sausage: This satisfying wild rice stuffing is stress-free and ready in just 15 minutes.

Hawaiian Sweet Bread Stuffing with Jones Sausage and Ham: The flavors of the islands blend together in this side dish featuring sweet Hawaiian bread and Jones Dairy Farm ham and sausage. 

Southwest Cornbread and Sausage Stuffing: Poblano peppers add a smoky heat to complement the savory Jones Dairy Farm breakfast sausage.

For more delicious holiday recipes, follow Jones Dairy Farm on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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