Are you tired of always having the same box brand stuffing every year that your family only eats because it’s there? Then the Grilla Grills holiday dressing and stuffing is exactly what you’re looking for. With a boost of flavor from sage, garlic and a couple other secret ingredients, this is one side dish that will surely make a lasting impact at the dinner table this year.
Classic Thanksgiving Flavor, with a Grilla Grills Twist
Have you been looking for a way to improve on the basic stuffing or dressing your family makes every year on Thanksgiving? With our Grilla Grills smoker grills it’s so easy to breathe fresh air into an age-old tradition. With a little diligence during preparation, you can make a truly memorable side dish that often gets overlooked at holiday meals.
Have you tried the recipe and want to find new ways to innovate on it? Make it your own by adding a layer of honey before putting on your seasonings. For something a little more advanced, maybe try making differently flavored herb butter to pour onto your dressing for a new burst of flavor. It’s simple as substituting rosemary and thyme for sage, then pouring that onto your dressing.
To Stuff, or Not to Stuff?
One thing you may have noticed in this recipe is that we did not cook our dressing in a turkey before cooking. While it’s not necessarily a bad idea to stuff a turkey, it will inevitably increase the amount of time that turkey will need to be cooked for. So if you have a 15 lbs turkey, and fill it with 2-3 lbs of stuffing, your total cook time will actually increase so it’s as if you were cooking a bird that is 18-20 lbs. We chose to cook our dressing separately, which gives us a little more control on how it will turn out.
For more turkey recipes, or fantastic new ways to make special sides for the family, check out the following links for chipotle style turkey, herb butter turkey, or creamy cheesy corn. For dessert why not try out one of our other fabulous recipes like sweet potato bacon pie, grilled apple crisp or smoked bread pudding.