Texas Thanksgiving Cornbread Dressing Recipe by Chef Shelley Pogue

Ingredients:

Pan of cornbread, usually 4 boxes of Jiffy Brand cornbread.
1 package of Jimmy Dean sausage cooked; hold the grease to mix with the
rest of ingredients. If you want to be healthier remove it, but remember
it is the Holidays.
1 pkg. of shelled Pecans
1 can chicken broth
4 celery stalks (use the hearts for tenderness, and best flavor)
1 medium sweet onion chopped
2 Apples chopped you can use whichever is your favorite
2Tablespoons poultry seasoning
2 Tablespoons of Rubbed Sage
1 Tablespoon of Fresh Rosemary, if you live in the Central Texas area it
is plentiful. But you can find it at most grocery stores.
1 Tablespoons salt, or to taste
2 Tablespoons black pepper

Preparation:

Make your cornbread and remove it from the oven and let it cool. If
you want to spice it up you can use the Jalapeño cornbread instead of
the plain. If you like spicy this gives it an added kick, and it is very
tasty! When you cornbread is cool enough to work with you will combine
all ingredients in a large bowl and mix until all ingredients are mixed
together well. You will then add to a pan, or pans depending on the size
to cook the dressing. You will preheat your oven to 350 degrees. The
approximate cooking time will vary depending on your oven. I would check
after about 30 minutes and then check every 10 after that. It should
take no longer than an hour or so to be completely cooked. If it has
some browning on the top of the dressing that is totally okay, you
actually want it to brown some for texture.

You
can check after 30 minutes with a toothpick for doneness, and when it
comes out with no batter on the toothpick, the dressing is done. I hope
that you enjoy this dish, it is a favorite around my house during the
Holidays. Enjoy!

Chef Shelley Pogue, a Cum Laude, Le Cordon Blue graduate and
Executive Research and Development Chef, for Vertical Sales and
Marketing, San Ramon,

http://chefshelleypogue.com

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