Cornbread Dressing


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Okay, does anybody have a good recipe for cornbread dressing? I made beans and cornbread but have some leftover bread. I want to bake dressing with it, but I haven't made it in so long, I'm not sure of the best method. I usually bake bread dressing, but I want to use up the leftover cornbread, plus I think it would be tasty for stuffed pork chops. Thanks in advance for any tips or recipes you may wish to share.
 
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Mmm, that does sound good for stuffed pork chops. I don't have a recipe, because I've never made cornbread dressing, but if no one comes up with one for you, try Taste of Home. What I like about the site is that they're all recipes that people have honed through the years, and so they're taste tested.
 
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I didn't even know cornbread can have dressing...I've always just eaten it plain or with a little bit of butter. Has Google helped at all? What about America's Test Kitchen?
 
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I just eat cornbread just the way it is and no dressing. And I had not experience making a cornbread dressing. Maybe there are recipes for this one in some cooking and baking websites that will be your reference and guide for this kind of dressing.
 
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I'm going to try this recipe for the next cornbread stuffing I make,it looks pretty good

http://www.mommyskitchen.net/2008/12/ma-maws-country-cornbread-dressing.html


I have a smoker and have gotten elected to do a turkey this year,so I'm going to buy one and try a brine on it and I will try this recipe out for the stuffing too,,just to give them both a trail run before Turkey day gets here,just in case something goes wrong :)
 

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