Sourdough bread is my favorite bread of all time, and stuffing is my all time favorite Thanksgiving Day side so it was only natural I married the two with some apple and sage for an easy stuffing recipe that tastes elegant as hell.
By Nicole Cappetta
WHAT YOU NEED
1 loaf of sourdough bread
3 small apples
3 garlic cloves
1 tbsp butter
2/2-3 cups bone broth or chicken/veggie stock
LET'S MAKE THIS
Start by cutting a loaf of sour dough bread into small squares.
preheat oven to 425
bake sourdough squares on a baking sheet for 20 to 30 min, until crispy.
peel and chop 3 small apples into cubes
sauté: fresh chopped sage, mushrooms, onion, garlic, and apples in 1 tbsp butter.
Add salt, pepper and garlic powder to taste.
once veggies are soft, bone broth of veggie stock and 1 tbsp butter and put on low.
mix together stock mixture and cooked bread.
Add to a baking dish or cast iron and bake for 20 min on 350. be prepared for your house to smell amazing
HEY I MADE THIS!
Hi! I am Nicole, a married mama of two boys living in the Pacific Northwest.
I believe eating healthy should be easy, so I ditched the diet buzz words and just try and eat meals with as much real food as possible.
I started my social media food blog @lettuceturniptheeats almost three years ago, and after promoting health and wellness brands on there I decided to open NW Bulk Market.