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Eulas Cornbread Dressing
Holiday Cornbread Main Dish
2 pkgs. of Gladiola Cornbread Mix or any cornbread mix
4 stalks Celery
1 large Onion
1 large green Bell Pepper
2 cans Cream of Chicken Soup
1 cup Buttermilk
2 eggs
2 Turkey Wings
1 Can Chicken Broth
1 tsp. Salt
1 tsp. pepper
1 tsp. McCommick Season Salt
1 Tbls. Sage
2 Tbls. butter
Cooking Spray


Bake corn bread according to the package directions using the 2 eggs and buttermilk instead of regular whole milk.

Bake bread and let sit for at least two hours, or until completely cooled.

Meanwhile, boil turkey wings and reserve the broth, strain and sit aside, when they are finished cooking.

While all this is cooking, chop the celery, onion, and bell pepper. Mix together and set aside, covered with saran wrap.

When the bread is cooled, the turkey wings should be done and falling off the bone.

Crumble the bread into a large mixing bowl, set aside.

Debone turkey wings into a bowl.

Saute the onion, bell pepper, celery mixture in butter until it is soft and the onion is clear looking.

Now scrape the onion, bell pepper and celery into the bowl with the crumbled cornbread. Mix in reserved broth, and the can of broth. Be VERY careful when adding the can of broth as you want your mixture to be the consistency of corn bread batter.

Add two cans cream of chicken soup.

Add deboned turkey, salt, pepper, season salt, and sage. Mix all together. If the mixture is too thick, add more broth until it is the right consistency.

Taste mixture and add more salt, pepper, or season salt if it needs it. Sage is the key ingredient, add more if necessary, but be very careful, because you don't want to overdo the sage and have too strong a taste. You should barely be able to taste the sage.

Your mixture should be a light brown color, not gray (too much sage), and the consistency of bread mix.

In a 9x9 roasting pan, spray a light coating of cooking spray, empty mixture into pan, put into pre-heated oven at 350 degrees F. and cook until browned on top and a tooth pick inserted comes out clean.

This recipe is very good, very filling and you'll grow to really love it.

Serve with cranberry sauce.


Preparation Time: 2 hours Serves: 10
Recipe Origin: United States
Submitted by:
Tracy Bell
United States
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