You don’t need a turkey to enjoy this stuffing! If you’re a vegetarian, leave out the bacon and if you’re a vegan use vegetable broth and olive oil. No matter what your taste, this is perfectly delicious for Thanksgiving! And for my readers around the world who aren’t celebrating Thanksgiving this month, it’s a great side dish. Not to mention, it’s super simple to make and it photographs really well!
You can even make this a day ahead and then reheat in the oven after you take out the turkey.
I wish I could say the ingredients are all from my garden, but sadly, they’re not.
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4 slices bacon
1 cup onion, chopped
1 cup celery, chopped
2 TBS bacon pan drippings
2 TBS butter
1 tsp poultry seasoning
1 12oz. box of Mrs. Cubbisons stuffing (I used corn bread)
2 cups chicken broth
1 cup water
2 colorful winter squash
Preheat oven to 400.
Remove all but 2 TBS bacon grease and add onion and celery to the medium hot pan.
As you can see, this will easily serve eight people if you cut them in half. But first let everyone see how nice they look!
Here’s wishing all of my friends and readers around the world a very Happy Thanksgiving. And as always, Enjoy.
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Categories: Holidays, Sides, Thanksgiving, Vegetables
Tags: stuffing stuffed squash, Thanksgiving stuffing, winter squash with stuffing
These are beautiful! I've been looking for some "plant-based" Thanksgiving dishes, and love how we get both squash and stuffing in one dish. These will grace our table! Thanks, Nancy! And hope you have a terrific Thanksgiving, too. So much to be grateful for!!