Best Southern Cornbread Stuffing Recipe Ever
With Thanksgiving almost here we have the best Southern Cornbread Stuffing recipe ever to serve at your feast this week or any day of the week. I could eat stuffing all day long all year long but there’s just something special about creating a Southern Cornbread Stuffing recipe because you know like all Southern recipes, its main ingredient is love.
And the best part is that whether you are making this year a small turkey day, or hosting a virtual Thanksgiving our Best Southern Cornbread Stuffing recipe ever is the perfect addition to any table. Serve it with turkey, ham, vegetables, or whatever your favorite main course happens to be and you have the perfect meal for everyone in the family. And the best part is that it tastes even better when you reheat it the next day, that is if you have any leftovers. It’s the perfect cold weather, and comfort food, and this one definitely proves that not all stuffings and dressings are created the same. It is quick and easy and sure to become an annual tradition at your house. Here’s just how simple it is to make our best Southern Cornbread Stuffing recipe ever.
- 4 packages of your favorite cornbread mix
- 1 onion, diced
- 2 stalks of celery, diced
- 1 green bell pepper, diced
- 2 cartons of chicken broth
- 1 tablespoon butter
- Salt & pepper to taste
- Mix and bake all 4 cornbread mixes according to package instructions – let cool,
- Crumble and set aside
- Leave oven on at 400 degrees
- In a large pot cook onion, celery, and bell pepper in butter until soft and fragrant
- Stir in 1 carton of chicken broth and remove from heat
- Add in crumbled cooked cornbread a little at a time until well combined
- Continue to alternate adding cornbread and 2nd carton of chicken broth
- The final mixture should have a little extra moisture so it won’t dry out during baking
- Spray or coat a 13×9 pan with cooking spray or oil and add the mixture
- Bake until firm in the middle and golden brown on top, about 30-45 minutes
It’s just that easy! Gather the family, pull up a chair, and let the magic of Thanksgiving begin. What’s your favorite side dish for your holiday feast?