This is a super quick, super easy recipe. I actually stole it from the demonstrators at Costco. They were sampling it one day and I thought it was delicious! I’ve been making it this way ever since.
Now – be forewarned – this is NOT “dressing”. I’m not sure that there’s technically a difference between stuffing and dressing or if it’s just regional preference. That said, I personally think the Stove Top variety is stuffing and the homemade, cornbready type with celery hunks, and whatever else weird things people add, should be considered dressing. Now – if everyone would just follow those rules, that’d be great!
This is another recipe for a beginner cook or someone who has A LOT of things to cook, like on Thanksgiving, that you don’t have a lot of time to commit to a side dish but still want something good to feed guests. This recipe fits that bill:
Super Moist Stuffing
- 2 cans chicken broth (28 oz total or about 3 & 1/2 cups)
- 1 can cream of chicken soup
- 1 sixteen oz. bag of stuffing mix
You can halve this recipe (like I did) and use one 6 oz. box of Stove Top Stuffing mix. If you do that use 1 can of broth and 1/2 can of soup.
1) In a medium saucepan, mix soup and broth together with a whisk. Heat until bubbly (not really boiling).
2) Put breadcrumbs into a bowl.
3) Add hot soup mixture a little bit at a time to the breadcrumbs – mixing it well. It will be really moist as it will take 5-10 minutes to absorb all the liquid.
NOTE – If you’re using the 6 oz. Stove Top box you will NOT use all the soup mixture. I used most of it but had about 1/4 of a cup leftover.
Fluff with a fork and serve!
Since I don’t like the “cornbread dressing” type stuff – this is my absolute favorite stuffing. Again, nothing fancy but ooooohhh so good.