Stuffing is one of those side dishes that people cook during the holidays, but NO,NO,NO, you can use stuffing with just about any dish weekly to complete your meal. Stuffing is so versatile in complementing that “everyday” dish, when making your favorite chicken, pork, salmon and even shrimp dish. You can easily create your own stuffing with basic ingredients that are right in your pantry and enhance the flavor with a variety of seasonings and vegetables. This simple to make Crabmeat Stuffing recipe can take your dish to the next culinary level.
One of my favorite ways to use this simple Homemade Crabmeat Stuffing recipe is to butterfly shrimp and set aside, prepare your stuffing, add crabmeat to this recipe and spoon on top of the shrimp! YES, here you have an upscale, simply delicious dish that can be served with rice, mashed potatoes or a simple, homemade garden salad. Another one of my favorite ways to incorporate this stuffing recipe is to create a pocket on a thick pork chop, which does not have to be boneless. Then open the pocket and pack your stuffing right in there, bake and broil. Ummm,ummmm so good!
You can stuff your Cornish Hens with this Simple Homemade Stuffing on a beautiful Sunday afternoon and make some macaroni and cheese with your favorite veggie dish. You can add my cheddar biscuits to have a complete meal and are sure to please your family and friends! Here are just a few ideas on ways to incorporate “stuffing” into your weekly meals. Stuffing can be stored in the freezer for up to 3 months. Just place the stuffing in a Ziploc bag, removing the excess air, seal it and there you have it. Place in small sandwich or quart size bags and remove a bag when you are in the mood for some good ole homemade stuffing!