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Turkey Dressing and Gravy (gluten-free)

We made cornbread, now we’re going to turn it into a Holiday stand-bys.

Pan of cornbread
Boiled turkey thighs (2 per pan of cornbread)
Turkey thigh broth
Eggs (4-6 depending upon size of eggs)
Celery (to taste)
White or yellow onions (*to taste)
Green onions (*to taste)
Cream of Mushroom Soup (2 cans) **
Salt and Pepper (*to taste)

*to taste because some people like these things and others HATE them.
**gluten-free soups are available or try this alternative: Cream of Anything Soup!

Make your pan of cornbread and let it cool.
Boil your turkey thighs and allow thighs and broth to cool. De-bone thighs.
Slice and dice your veggies to sizes that you and your loved ones like.
Add cans of soup, eggs, salt, and pepper.
Mix it all in a huge bowl with enough of the broth to make is pretty wet but not soupy.
Pour into a lightly oiled casserole dish (save back about four cups of mixture for a separate smaller pan).  Pop them both into the oven at 375 degrees until golden brown and firm.

Turkey Gravy
When your Turkey Dressing is done, dish all of the smaller pan (four cups) of dressing into a sauce pan and pour the extra broth over the top. Stir in corn starch and cook low until nice and thick. This is the best turkey gravy you’ll ever try.

 
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Posted by on December 9, 2014 in Recipes

 

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Gluten-Free Cornbread

2 cups cornmeal

1 cup rice flour

2 teaspoons baking powder

2 eggs

2 cups milk

Pre-heat your oven to 375 degrees.  Mix all the dry ingredients.  Form a hollow to cradle the two eggs.  Crack the two eggs into the hollow and add two cups milk to hollow.  Whip the eggs into the milk with a fork or whisk.  Slowly add the sides of your hollow into the mix.  Your batter should NOT be a thick paste.  The consistency you are looking for is the same as a cake mix from a box before you pour it into the pan.  Coat the inside of a cast iron skillet with oil and pour the batter in.  Pop it into the oven and bake until golden brown.  The time will vary by location, but roughly ????? minutes.

*You can test to make sure the inside is done, by inserting a butter knife or toothpick.  If it come out clean, it is done.

I’ll update the time and add a picture next time I make it.

 
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Posted by on November 23, 2014 in Recipes

 

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