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This was such a fun idea I had to try it. Soup turned out yummy only change I made was to add leftover gravy instead of cranberry sauce. The stuffing dumplings were really great my hubby and kids loved them too. Thanks for the recipe.
This was a unique and easy way to use turkey leftovers and the rest of the dinner too! I made a few substitutions: we replaced the cranberry jelly with leftover candied yams (pecans and all!) and rolled the dumplings in cornmeal after the egg for a bit of a crunch (it also helped them stick better). When serving we put the dumpling at the bottom of the bowl and poured the soup on top. I love the versatility of this dish!
This is great! Of course soup is one of those things everyone does different so I did change some stuff. Mainly just used more carrot rutabaga and peas instead of the green beans and poultry seasoning. I added some leftover gravy to the broth and it was so flavorful I didn't even need to use bouillon just some salt. Lastly the stuffing balls are time consuming but worth it. I thought they might be weird but not at all. If you take a teaspoon and squish the stuffing into it against the side of the bowl it's easier and quicker to make them nice and smooth so they are easier to brown and stay together better. Oh and I didn't find that the can of cranberry added much to it either way. Would probly skip that next time.
Wonderful! Couple of things I did different -No cranberry - I have one cranberry hater and one turnip hater so I omitted those:) -and I used whole egg with the stuffing mix (misread the recipe there) and then instead of using the skillet - I baked the stuffing dumplings with a bit of spray. Thanks for a VERY original idea - everyone raved:)
Alot of work. My family was not overly impressed. I think I would cut back on the poultry seasoning. The Suffing balls were tasty but got a little mushy when put into the soup. I am just not sure we would do again.
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