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  1. Lee

    On the box the stove top directions do not say anything about the vegetables. I assume they should be sautéd before boiling the stock and spice pack.

    1. Lallain

      Thank you for contacting us! The purpose of stove top stuffing directions on our box are for its quick cooking method. How to improve it would be to follow the cooking directions for oven baking but don’t put it in the oven. You can also jazz it up. If you like sausage in your stuffing, sauté it in a separate pan, drain it and add the sausage to your stuffing mix. A little bit of garlic is another possible addition, but don’t overwhelm your recipe. Herbs such as parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme, salt & pepper are typical, as is poultry seasoning.

  2. Sally Lauman

    This is by far the BEST stuffing I’ve ever had – it’s so good that even the non gf peeps in the house having given the thumbs up that we don’t need to do any other stuffing this year. My son hasn’t had stuffing in years (he and I are Celiac) so I’m so excited to share this with him.

    It’s over the moon, and so simple. I like it crispy so I make a separate baking dish and crisp the top before serving, in addition to the more moist stuffing that comes out of the turkey.

    Totally worth hunting this down or paying the extra shipping fee. I’ve been Celiac since before the word was even known (21+ years), so trust me, I’ve tried a lot. Also, their Panko crumbs are the bomb as well as the Italian bread crumbs. And, no, I have no association with the company. I just get excited when there is something this good that I can eat and I know it will not give me a reaction.

    Thanks Aleais!

    1. Lallain

      Dear Sally,

      Thank you for writing to us! We’re truly grateful for your kind words about our products and delighted they have found a place in your favorite recipes and family table! It’s little notes like yours that make it all worth wile.

      Wishing you and your family a wonderful holiday season!

    1. Lallain

      Hello Debbie,

      Yes, you can stuff the turkey with our stuffing!

      Just a couple tips for you; the stuffing should go into the turkey cold. You can also make it a day ahead so the flavors can meld.

      • Prepare the stuffing using our directions for oven baking.
      • After it comes out of the oven, spread it out on a sheet tray to cool.
      • Spoon the prepared stuffing in the turkey just before roasting.
      • Pack it very loosely.
      • Stuffing should be 165° in the center when done.

      If you have any extra stuffing put it into a buttered baking dish and heat it up in the oven. We recommend you keep it covered the entire time and remove the foil 10 to 15 minutes at the end of the reheat.

      *An easy alternative is to cook the dressing separately and then spoon it into the cooked turkey when it’s resting.

      Happy Thanksgiving!

    1. Lallain

      Hello Mary,

      We do have the directions on the box! Our stuffing cubes also work very well with any favorite recipe you might have! Enjoy!

    1. Lallain

      Hello Sally,

      Make and bake the entire stuffing recipe ahead of time and refrigerate it. (Do not refrigerate uncooked stuffing) then reheat it before dinner service.

        1. Lallain

          Hello Kris,
          Make and bake the entire stuffing recipe ahead of time and refrigerate it. (Do not refrigerate uncooked stuffing). Bring the baked stuffing to room temperature so that it will re-heat evenly (this will take about 30 minutes). Be sure to add a splash broth or a little butter before reheating to prevent drying out. Warm it in a 350°F oven, covered, for 30-40 minutes until heated through. To re-create the crispy top that you’ll find in freshly baked stuffing, remove the foil for the last 10 minutes of the baking time.

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