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I forgot to mention the chopped oysters and my husband ate thirds. The second time I fried a bit of bacon crumbled it into the cornbread then sauteed instead of pure celery and onion a mix of minced red onion celery red bell pepper carrot garlic and scallions in the bacon fat. Added a pinch of nutmeg to the mix. Gosh a new family tradition.
This is the best stuffing my family and I have had for Thanksgiving! I was a little hesitant to prepare it because of some reviews calling it too fishy but I am glad I went for it - it is perfect the way it is!We loved it and will make it every year from now on.
I used fresh oysters (16oz) and kept everything else mostly the same. I didn't have any sage. I used 2 Jiffy cornbread mixes and that was a little too sweet for me. Next time I will use a non-sweet cornbread. The recipe was wonderful! I did need to add a lot of salt after it was done but I am a salt addict. I like my dressing crunchy and extra done on top so after 45 minutes I turned on the broiler and broiled for about 5-7 minutes and it was yummy! I can't wait to make this for Christmas!
I've nevered liked oysters and I tried an oyster stuffing at someone's house once and liked it. And then I found this recipe and tried it and loved it. I would actually just use one can of oysters though. The jiffy brand sweet corn bread is the best to use.
My family loves oysters and thought this would be a nice change from traditional stuffing and it disappeared when served! I chose to add just a little more chicken broth rather than the oyster juice to cut down the strong oyster flavor but still keep it moist. This will become a standard for holidays now.
Sub'd 1 jar fresh oysters seared and chopped. Extra celery (6 stalks) and more like 1 and 1/2 finely chopped onions (sauteed slowly in butter til tender). Used fresh sage finely chopped. Taste was superb - kids didn't even know they were having oysters!!