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foxl 11-18-2011 18:36

Cauliflower stuffing ...
 
I thought this looked good. I do not use low carb bread (nor do I stuff a bird;)), so:

Cauliflower Stuffing

1 head cauliflower
2 tablespoons butter
1 cup sausage (about 2 links or 1/2 package Jimmy Dean Sausage - hot
or mild)
1 cup chopped mushrooms
1 cup diced celery
1/2 cup diced onion
2 tablespoons chopped garlic
2 cup shredded sharp cheddar cheese
2 eggs, slightly beaten
1 tablespoon white pepper
2 teaspoons salt
1 teaspoon dried parsley
1 teaspoon sage
1 teaspoon hot pepper flakes


Cut the cauliflower in corn-sized pieces and steam it until it's soft but not mushy. Set aside.

Saute the butter, sausage, chopped mushrooms, diced celery, diced onion, and chopped garlic until soft.

Add the shredded cheese, eggs, white pepper, salt, dried parsley, sage, hot pepper flakes. Toss well to combine all the ingredients thoroughly.

Spoon the entire mix into a casserole. Flatten the surface with the back of large spoon.

Bake in oven while roasting your meat. Or by itself in a 350 oven until it's hot and the cheese melts.

foxl 11-18-2011 18:37

I might just skip the sausage, despite having a bag of fake sausage crumbles.

Gizmo 11-18-2011 18:43

I'll definitely give this a try, only I'll probably substitute something else for the mushrooms. Thanks for posting this recipe, Linda.

Shanny 11-18-2011 18:53

Doesn't even matter if we call if stuffing or what, this gotta be a GOOD dish! Hearty enough to be a main dish too.

But sorry, Joyce . . . I wuz thinkin' about adding MORE mushrooms! :rolleyes: :D




MCS 11-18-2011 20:09

I live in the land of dressing no stuffing down here, I do miss my stuffing. When in PA as a child we would slice the left over stuffing 1/2" thick and fry it in butter the next morning for breakfast along with some eggs and left over ham.

foxl 11-18-2011 20:47

Yep -- that, and mashed potato sandwiches!!! sigh.

Shanny 11-18-2011 20:48

Quote:

Originally Posted by MCS (Post 64173)
I live in the land of dressing no stuffing down here, I do miss my stuffing. When in PA as a child we would slice the left over stuffing 1/2" thick and fry it in butter the next morning for breakfast along with some eggs and left over ham.

All these years I've made double and triple the stuffing recipe, because it was one thing that would tempt people (me included!) away from the mashies, even though the spuds were dolled up with cream cheese/sour cream/butter/roasted garlic/etc. And it was still the one we ran out of first when the leftovers came around. OMG, I can taste it as I sit here typing. :(




jwags 11-18-2011 22:43

I always made triple stuffing, mashed potatoes and Spoon Bread for Thanksgiving. My kids aren't nuts about the stuffing but I do have to make the Mashies for them. I was the big stuffing eater and I loved the leftovers cold for the next few days. If I make regular stuffing I know I will overeat it, so the cauliflower one might become a new favorite.

foxl 11-18-2011 22:59

Ahhhhh SPOON BREAD!

Hmmm wonder if almond flour could stand in, there?

Patdart 11-18-2011 23:23

Y'all quit this...I'm a cornbread dressing fanatic! If you try the spoon bread with it, let me know....:)





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