When I think of dressing or stuffing, whatever you choose to call it, this is the recipe I do. It’s my mom’s sage dressing and it is the only recipe I know. This is what I remember having every year at Thanksgiving as long as I can remember.
It is simple, easy, and everyone in our family loves it. I think this best if you serve with gravy drizzled on it. I usually make it with whatever is the cheapest sandwich bread I can find at the store. However, this time I had some leftover Italian bread that needed to be used up, so I used that and made a half recipe for my family.
You can be make this a day ahead and kept in the fridge. In the past, I have made the mistake of cooking it in a covered casserole dish. It turned out too dry on the top layer. This is best made cooked in a foil pouch.
- SANDWICH BREAD (I USUALLY JUST GET THE CHEAPEST LOAF, WHICH IS USUALLY STORE BRAND)
- GROUND SAGE
This is the original photo of my Mom’s Sage Dressing for this post when it was first published in November 2009.