Ditch the dairy; keep the flavor in a decadent dish loaded with onions, garlic and rosemary.
Jewish Week Online Columnist
A beautiful Thanksgiving turkey deserves a suitably amazing stuffing, but many of the best ones call for pork sausage. So I set out to create a kosher version stuffing that’s just as good.
I modeled this recipe after a savory bread pudding stuffing I once enjoyed that owed a lot of its deliciousness to Parmesan and milk. Here, I swap out the dairy, but keep the eggy custard (using kosher chicken stock instead of milk), to yield a spoon-soft stuffing that is loaded with flavor thanks to onions, garlic, kosher ground turkey and fresh rosemary, with a rich, decadent texture.
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