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    Mincemeat stuffing

    I was flipping through one of my cook books and came across this recipe. I have never tried it, so I have no idea if it is good or bad. It certainly sounds interesting.


    Mincemeat Stuffing

    1 cup chopped onion 250ml

    3/4 cup butter 175ml

    1 28 oz jar mincemeat 795g

    2 (7 oz 199g each) packages seasoned croutons
    In frying pan saute' onions in butter until golden brown. In a large bowl, mix sauteed onions, mincemeat and croutons. Add 3/4 cup (175ml) water. Toss lightly. Stuff turkey. Place extra stuffing in a greased casserole. Bake in oven during the last 30 minutes of turkey's roasting time. Enough for a 10lb/5kg turkey.

    It doesn't say what temperature to cook it at, but most turkey recipes I've seen call for 325' or 350'.

    I am very curious about this recipe. If any of you try it, or have had mincemeat stuffing, please post your reviews.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JollyElfDC View Post
    I was flipping through one of my cook books and came across this recipe. I have never tried it, so I have no idea if it is good or bad. It certainly sounds interesting.


    Mincemeat Stuffing

    1 cup chopped onion 250ml

    3/4 cup butter 175ml

    1 28 oz jar mincemeat 795g

    2 (7 oz 199g each) packages seasoned croutons
    In frying pan saute' onions in butter until golden brown. In a large bowl, mix sauteed onions, mincemeat and croutons. Add 3/4 cup (175ml) water. Toss lightly. Stuff turkey. Place extra stuffing in a greased casserole. Bake in oven during the last 30 minutes of turkey's roasting time. Enough for a 10lb/5kg turkey.

    It doesn't say what temperature to cook it at, but most turkey recipes I've seen call for 325' or 350'.

    I am very curious about this recipe. If any of you try it, or have had mincemeat stuffing, please post your reviews.
    It sounds very interesting. I prefer savory to sweet, so I probably wouldn't try it, but I am sure curious!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ornamentmaven View Post
    It sounds very interesting. I prefer savory to sweet, so I probably wouldn't try it, but I am sure curious!
    I am too! I'm sure at some point curiosity will get the best of me. Unless I was also serving another more traditional stuffing, I don't think I would spring it on people for Christmas dinner. I really do wonder what it tastes like.

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    Yeah! I like to try it!
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