Some people call this dressing but I’ve never used that term. Most of the time dressing (i.e. stuffing) is served for Thanksgiving and made with bread, as a base. It’s a confusing term to me because it’s not like it’s liquid-y, like salad dressing, which is what I think of when I hear the word dressing.
Dressing Vs. Stuffing – The Big Debate
If you’re one who refers to this dish as dressing, I’d love to hear why. :)
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Like I said, I call it stuffing because that’s typically what you do with it.
You stuff it! In the turkey the stuffing goes. It cooks and then you serve both the turkey and stuffing together.
Although that’s not how I cooked it, this time around. ;)
Add this Paleo Stuffing to your Paleo Thanksgiving menu or serve it for a big get together with friends. You can even prepare it for a delicious dinner for two and have plenty of leftovers to enjoy, warm or cold, on the days that follow.
No matter which way you slice it, this recipe is definitely a treat. Not something I would prepare and serve every day.
Be sure to plan ahead
You’ll want to prepare the Maple Paleo Cornbread if you’re going for a sweeter version or a double batch of my Paleo Bread Loaf at least a day ahead. But don’t worry because both are super easy and won’t take too much time (or refrigerator space!).
Don’t Forget the Vegetables
This recipe includes a host full of vegetables, seasonings, fruits and meat. Be sure to up the ante with a sampling of different roasted, braised, sautéed or steamed vegetables. Mix them all together for a beautiful and delicious medley of home made veggies.