What To Serve With Cranberry Stuffing
Besides being a staple Thanksgiving menu, stuffings are a versatile meal. The homemade stuffing cranberry as it is can be eaten alone or as a side to our succulent Crock Pot Pork Roast. Just like stuffings and turkeys, pork roast is a popular dish in American meals for years. Our cranberry stuffing paired with garlicky meat will take you ordinary dinners to the level of special occasion meals.
You can also serve your cranberry stuffing for breakfast with our Quick-and-Easy Breakfast Casserole. Just like our stuffing recipe, this breakfast casserole recipe is the perfect last-minute dish to whip up if you have guests staying overnight after thanksgiving dinner. Now you don’t have to choose between having a savory or sweet breakfast since you can have both!
Stuffing with Cranberries Recipe Video
How To Make Stuffing with Cranberries
This quick and easy cranberry stuffing recipe makes a healthy and tasty stuffing or dish alone! Your turkey stuffing will surely be a hit with everyone on your dinner table with the fragrant spices, sweet fruits, and crunchy nuts.
Preheat your oven to 350 degrees F. Grease a baking casserole of your choice.
In a large skillet, melt the butter over medium heat. Sauté the carrots, celery, and onion briefly until translucent.
Deglaze with beer and reduce briefly. Transfer into a large mixing bowl.
Add the rest of the ingredients into the same mixing bowl. Gradually mix to combine, either using a spatula or gloved clean hands.
Set aside briefly to have the bread soak up the liquids, roughly 15 minutes.
Transfer your mixture into the greased baking casserole. Lightly tap to release any air bubbles.
Bake for 30 minutes, or until a cake tester comes out clean.
Once baked, transfer to cooling racks and allow to cool down briefly.
Garnish with parsley and portion accordingly. Serve warm!
- Calcium: 191mg
- Calories: 585kcal
- Carbohydrates: 79g
- Cholesterol: 41mg
- Fat: 21g
- Fiber: 14g
- Iron: 5mg
- Potassium: 624mg
- Protein: 22g
- Saturated Fat: 11g
- Sodium: 1327mg
- Sugar: 14g
- Vitamin A: 2537IU
- Vitamin C: 15mg
Commonly Asked Questions
Is it safe to stuff a turkey?
When it’s done safely, yes! Safely means that it is thoroughly cooked so you can prevent eating bacteria. USDA recommends making your stuffing right before putting it in your turkey’s cavity loosely.
How do I store stuffing?
Your stuffing can last up to 3 to 4 days in your refrigerator if stored in an airtight container. If you want your stuffing to last a little longer, put it in your freezer and it will be good for up to a month.
How do I reheat stuffing?
Before reheating your leftovers, check if your stuffing is still moist. Refrigerating your leftover stuffing will soak up its moisture and will look drier than how it originally was. Drizzle it with up to ¼ cup of the broth you previously used, to bring its moist back. You can reheat it in the oven at 350 degrees F for over 30 minutes in a baking dish, covered, or in a microwave for two minutes. Don’t forget to transfer your stuffing to a microwave-safe dish and stir it in between those 2 minutes.
A must-have during the holiday season, this Cranberry Stuffing can spice up your turkey or fill your stomach alone. Your guests will be gushing over your savory turkey made special by the fragrant and flavorful cranberry stuffing you easily whipped up.