Ingredients for Turkey Cornbread Dressing

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Learn how to cook about the ingredients for turkey cornbread dressing in this free holiday recipe video on making turkey cornbread dressing.

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Video Transcript

Let's go over our ingredients and it's going to sound long so I guess it is. So again once we get started, you see this is not difficult by any means. We are starting with turkey. This is just a store bought rotisserie turkey that I got in the grocery store that you can roast or bake your own. This to me is the way to go. This is going to be in the dish, it taste great give and tell I would just get one of these turkey breast from the grocery store. We're using lots of bread in this. We are going to be making some cornbread, We can not make this without cornbread; I don't care what anybody else tells you, you have to have cornbread. You can make that here in a few moments all the other breads going in there it's just bread that actually already had in my pantry or in my refrigerator. To me the more the different kinds of bread you have in there the more the whiter variations of breads in there not just cornbread. But you have some wheat bread leftover or I have some rolls here that I had leftover from something else, I think I have some sprouted bread I just have these leftovers maybe some hamburger buns that have had leftover. Throw all those in there with the cornbread it's going to give it that extra little something it's going to make it so good that if you just made it with one kind of bread. So I have all kinds of different bread and I'll show you when I throw it in there. But of course we'll have our cornbread which I'll make in a moment that I had all my bread leftover that I know I was going to be using for dressing so I just stuck in my freezer. We need some vegetables, we need some onions, celery, chicken stock very important we're using one raw egg, one hard boiled egg, we're using lots of spices which I'll go over with you in a moment. It's pretty much it; it looks like a lot really very very simple so let's get started.


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