Traditional Italian Sausage Stuffing

Traditional Italian Sausage Stuffing

9 Reviews 3 Pics
  • Prep

    20 m
  • Cook

    50 m
  • Ready In

    1 h 10 m
Recipe by  The Kitchen at Johnsonville Sausage

“A classic recipe with great texture and flavor!”

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Ingredients

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Original recipe yields 6 servings

Directions

  1. In a skillet, cook and crumble sausage in 1 tbsp. olive oil until no longer pink; set aside. In a large bowl, combine bread cubes and the remaining oil. Sprinkle with pepper; toss to coat. Transfer to a greased 15-in. x 10-in. baking pan.
  2. Bake at 350 degrees F for 10 minutes or until crisp and a lightly browned, stirring once. Remove pan to a wire rack to cool slightly.
  3. In a very large bowl, combine the bread cubes, reserved sausage, Parmesan cheese, green pepper, sun-dried tomatoes, basil and garlic. Combine eggs and water; pour over bread mixture and toss to coat. Transfer to a buttered 13-in. x 9-in. baking dish. Dot with butter. Bake, uncovered, at 350 degrees F for 35-40 minutes or until hot.

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nrsejessica
27

nrsejessica

Ok I usually steer away from recipes without reviews but I was taking a chance on this cause it sounded good!! Although it was really good it needed a little fixing up. I cut the recipe in half cause it was just myself & husband. I bought a rosemary olive oil loaf of focaccia bread & it added wonderful flavor! I also bought Jones breakfast sausage (I thought the recipe called for breakfast sausage when I was shopping & couldn't find Johnsonville brand so just grabbed my regualr favorite until I realized it was suppose to be italian sausage, my mistake but it was really good so I will stick to Jones breakfast from now on!) I left out the green peppers, tomatoes & olives we don't care for them, but did add a handfull of craisins which added a great sweetness to the stuffing! Then I opted for the white wine instead of water! It smelt wonderful before I even put it in the oven! However the stuffing was still dry & crunchy when it was done....so my only complaint was that it needed more liquid. But it was my 1st time making stuffing so i didn't want to add more liquid in case it made it soggy....but now I know if it looks like I need it add it before you bake it! It was still good just very, crunchy! Overall tasted great! I'm making this for my 1st thanksgiving dinner with the changes :-)

Betty
14

Betty

wanted to try this out before thanksgiving ,and we really liked it ,did make a few changes add real italian sausage, not breakfast.added some piand a little garlic.ne nut.

joyfilledsoul
6

joyfilledsoul

In my personal recipe book, I labeled this as "Pizza Thanksgiving Stuffing" because it tastes exactly like sausage pizza! (And I made it for Thanksgiving.) It's got the bread, like pizza crust, cheese, tomatoes like sauce and sausage. All the makings of a pizza! And that's exactly what it tasted like, a pizza casserole. Here are my tips: Do not double the recipe. I did this because I was making for 13+ people, and didn't think one batch would be enough. Trust me. It is. Nearly everyone had some and some even had seconds. Some even took some home. There was more than enough. Probably because there were so many other dishes, everyone got filled up. I got a lot of rave reviews though, and one of the kids said they normally hated stuffing but liked mine. I omitted the olives, because I thought it sounded weird, and didn't want to offend picky eaters, however in retrospect, olives, especially black ones, would probably have worked. Sun dried tomatoes are delicious and a must, as are fresh basil. I used water, since I didn't have wine, but I am sure wine would be good too. Definitely do the shredded parmesan, because it melts much better than the grated kind. I could not find focaccia bread in my grocery store, so I had to sub with an everything loaf and a cheese focaccia bread. Were still phenomenal and I would highly recommend the everything loaf! I used 2 diff kinds of sausage and both were good! All in all, really good if you like pizza and especially for kids!

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Nutrition

Amount Per Serving (6 total)

  • Calories
  • 899 cal
  • 45%
  • Fat
  • 57 g
  • 88%
  • Carbs
  • 62.2 g
  • 20%
  • Protein
  • 33.6 g
  • 67%
  • Cholesterol
  • 174 mg
  • 58%
  • Sodium
  • 2237 mg
  • 89%

Based on a 2,000 calorie diet

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