How to Stuff a Turkey
Thanksgiving is approaching and you've pulled out the cherished family turkey stuffing recipe. Now, you must decide whether to bake it in a separate dish, or to put the stuffing inside the bird, to bake inside the turkey.
If you stuff your turkey, it is recommended that you do so in the morning, immediately before putting it in the oven. This minimizes the risk of harmful bacteria growing in a stuffed turkey overnight. You can make the stuffing the night before and refrigerate it separately, to save time in the morning.
Tip: Plan to make about 3/4 cups stuffing for each pound of turkey.
Here are the steps for safely stuffing a turkey:
Important: To eliminate the risk of harmful bacteria, use soap and water to wash hands, utensils, sink, and all work surfaces.
Did You Know? There is about 190 calories per cup of stuffing, a mere fraction of what you will consume on Thanksgiving!
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