My family loves this Stuffing. This is the third year in a row that I have fixed it, and it was a huge hit again (this year with a whole different crowd). People have started asking in advance for me to make it the following year, which I will surely do!
Sourdough Stuffing with Pears and Sausage
GayleLessmann Posted: 11/27/08
smellgar Posted: 12/31/09
My husband and I really enjoyed this dish. It's a great hearty stuffing. One note - I used freshly baked sourdough. It got pretty gummy where it was exposed to the chicken broth at the bottom of the pan. The chunks on top were nice and crispy, however, next time I would cut down on the broth and use day-old bread.
Penjoco Posted: 02/02/10
This was very good.. It seemed like it needed more broth when I was mixing it but it definately doesn't! Filled up my deep dish 9X13.
Dosidough Posted: 11/15/10
I love this recipe! This is the one I've gone to over the last couple of years. Serve it as a side to the turkey and mashed potatoes. The leftovers are even better the next day!
Tnarnold Posted: 11/23/11
Loved this. Made it last year, and it was so good, I made it again 2 weeks later. I omitted the onions (by preference of my sister) and used less chicken broth in the second batch. The flavors were great and the texture almost perfect. Looking forward to it again this Thanksgiving!
Gwace01 Posted: 11/21/11
The flavors were ok, but somehow my bread turned up really soggy especially on the bottom. I followed the recipe exactly, used 2-3 day old bread and still my bread turned up mushy.
gibberj98 Posted: 12/02/13
This stuffing is delicious! Even some of the most ardent stuffing haters in the family thought it was amazing. Sure to become a family tradition!
Dougboy Posted: 12/07/13
This is the best stuffing I've ever had. Strong flavors without being excessively heavy. I recommend cutting the bread up on the smaller side so you get a better blend of ingredients.