How to cook stuffing: the classic, wowza, low-fat, and cheater versions.
The simplest way to "make" stuffing is to buy a box of Stove Top. There's a reason it's been flying off grocery shelves since 1972: It's good. Our favorite variety is chicken, but if you don't like to mix your poultry products, it comes in turkey, too. And the best part? A box is just $1.99, and can be whipped up in five minutes. Plus, it won the "2006 Best Taste Award" from American Culinary ChefsBest. Who knew?
You can't go wrong with Paula Deen's Good Old Country Stuffing, a Southern staple.
It's a little complicated to make, but Emeril Lagasse’s Baked Oyster Stuffing makes our mouths water.
The average stuffing contains 17 grams of fat per cup. Hungry Girl's Save the Day Stuffing contains just 1.5 fat grams per cup. We're sold.
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