Apple, Shallot and Herb Dressing

Whether to call the starch dish dressing or stuffing is a perennial debate at Thanksgiving tables. The term stuffing is usually used when it is cooked inside the turkey, while dressing is typically cooked in a baking dish. But the name also varies depending on what part of the United States you are from. People who hail from the East and South are more likely to call it dressing. Whatever term you use, the dish is a favorite on Thanksgiving menus from coast to coast.
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Review 1 for Apple, Shallot and Herb Dressing
5 out of 5
5 out of 5
TessLynn
,Garden City
,KS
October 8, 2011
Ability level:Advanced
Cooks for:3 to 5 people
Cooks:Every day
Would You Recommend? Yes
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A new Thanksgiving tradition
October 8, 2011
I am not a stuffing person, never have been. I have always thought of it as a somehow mushy and dry at the same time fiasco. My husband, on the other hand, LOVES stuffing. I only make it because it's his favorite part of the whole meal.
I wanted to try a new recipe, one that looked promising (as far as stuffing goes, anyway). I scoured many recipes, and chose this one as the winner. When we sat down to dinner, the family raved about this dish! They absolutely adored it! My sister-in-law had brought her own mushroom stuffing as well, and it was left untouched while this recipe was gulped down to the crumbs!
I will be using this fantastic recipe for years to come!
Pros: Easy, Impressive, Will Make Again
Review 2 for Apple, Shallot and Herb Dressing
4 out of 5
4 out of 5
Triece
Greater San Francisco Bay Area, California
November 26, 2010
Would You Recommend? Yes
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Easy and Simple Sweet and Savory Stuffing
November 26, 2010
This stuffing is easy to make and is tasty. Goes nicely with your traditional turkey, but also nice as a side with ham. Milk keeps this stuffing moist and gives it a rich flavor. Apples and raisins add a sweet touch and walnuts give it a nutty flavor and add to the texture. Shallots and fresh herbs help to balance out the sweet. This stuffing is nice and simple with a good flavor. You could also add sausage to add a little extra salt and balance out the sweet a bit more.
Review 3 for Apple, Shallot and Herb Dressing
5 out of 5
5 out of 5
Sweetsinger
California Wine Country
November 25, 2010
Would You Recommend? Yes
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A Great Alternative to Heavier Dressings
November 25, 2010
A huge success for my Thanksgiving dinner. It goes into the permanent must-make-every-year file. I made it vegan, substituting olive oil for the butter and vegetable broth for the milk.