'stuffing' on Serious Eats

Bread Baking: Stuffing Buns

No, these buns aren't made from stuffing—they're made to taste like stuffing. Of course, every family's stuffing recipe is different, and some are very, very different. But this one hits all the typical flavor notes. More

11 Thanksgiving Stuffing Recipes We Love

For many of us, stuffing is the best part of Thanksgiving. Turkey, pie, and casseroles are eaten throughout the year, but stuffing? It usually only makes an appearance during the holidays. We've got 11 different recipes that run the gamut from gluten-free to pizza-flavored to fritter-fied (along with a generous selection of classics). See them all in the slideshow! More

From the Archives: Really Good Stuffing (or Dressing)

If you're like me, then you're going to love this stuffing recipe, which comes simply flavored with onion, celery, sausage, and sage, and bakes up warm, tender, and moist, like a savory bread pudding of sorts. You can stuff it into a bird, bake it in its own dish, or even in individual muffin tins (my favorite way to maximize crust!). It'll do you right any way you cook it. More

The Food Lab: Latke-Crusted Turkey Stuffing Fritters With Liquid Cranberry Core and Turkey Schmaltz Gravy

As part of the literally once-in-a-lifetime convergence of Hanukkah and Thanksgiving this year, we engaged in a little friendly food battle with our friends over at Food52, with both of us coming up with the best Thanksgivukkah mashup recipe we could think of. Working from the inside out, we start with a oozy liquid center of cranberry sauce, surrounded by a light layer of turkey and sage stuffing, encased in a thin crust of crisp latke-style potato and onion batter that frizzles and crisps, thin bits of potato and onion sticking out in a wild tangle. Here's how we make it. More

The Results of the Food52 and Serious Eats Thanksgivakkuh Recipe-Off!

This year's once-in-a-lifetime fall holiday mashup, Thanksgivukkah, presents some opportunities for serious cross-cultural feasting, and that's when things get really fun. This week, we squared off against our pals at Food52 for a little (friendly) competition to see who can create the best Thanksgivukkah dish. We turned to our readers for help brainstorming ideas before coming up with our final dish: Latke-Crusted Turkey Stuffing Fritter with Liquid Cranberry Core and Turkey Schmaltz Gravy. See how it compares to Food52's turkey sandwich with sweet potato latkes in place of the bread and a shaved brussels sprouts salad! More

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