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Thread: Crock Pot Cornbread Dressing

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    Crock Pot Cornbread Dressing

    I'm going to make this for the first time this Thanksgiving.
    https://www.geniuskitchen.com/recipe...ressing-146944

    Have any of you made this particular recipe or another in the crock pot? Did you like it?
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    I've never made dressing in the crock pot but this recipe sounds great & has good reviews. Let us know how it turns out. Dressing is my favorite part of the thanksgiving meal!

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    I have never made a crock pot dressing. When I make my dressing, I saute all the raw vegetables in butter before adding them to the crumbled cornbread. I, also, boil my eggs before adding, so everything is cooked before I start. I, also, add a lot of deboned, chopped, rotisserie chicken to the mixture so that it is a complete meal. This means that all it has to do in the oven is set up and brown a bit on the top. That takes me about 1.5 to 2 hours. "It's a big pot." Much faster than a crock pot but the crock pot has the advantage of keeping the dressing hot while you are serving it. One thing I saw in the recipe that I might try is using the cream of chicken soup as part of the liquid. The ingredients are what I call the "normal" ingredients for dressing, so should be good. Let us know how it turns out.
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    Thank you for the link. I will definitely try this next week. My father-in-law was the master at making our Thanksgiving dressing but he is now unable to do so. Still undecided if I will go with the crock pot or the oven. Again, thanks for the recipe - it looks delicious.
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    I will wait for all your reviews and hope they turn out to be good. It would make dressing really simple to make and serve.

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    It looks good! Please let us know if you like it. Read the reviews for cooking times and temps as they might need adjusting.

    I like a crunchy brown topping. This is my go-to recipe every year. I add a pound of cooked and drained hot sausage to the mix. Easy and done!

    http://www.bellsfoods.com/products/t...onal-stuffing/

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    I have put my dressing in the crockpot for the last 5 years---use my own recipie--put in the crockpot on low--the moistest dressing ever---and with space in the oven at a premium it is perfect!!!

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    I know that a crockpot would keep it moist but wondering about the browned crunchy top parts?

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    This turned out wonderful! I used a Jiffy corn muffin mix but next time will not....it adds sweetness.

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    LavenderBlue how did the top turn out. A couple of Christmases ago I to used Jiffy and the sweetness was not a success - so won't use it again either. Live and learn. LOL

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