You’ll love my easy Paleo Thanksgiving Stuffing recipe, a perfect accompaniment to your Thanksgiving Turkey dinner!
Easy Paleo Thanksgiving Stuffing
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Thanksgiving stuffing, or dressing, is not something I want to miss out on just because I need to eat gluten free! Fortunately it’s very easy to cook my tasty Paleo stuffing recipe without any gluten, you really won’t miss the bread, I promise!
Back home in Britain, Sage and Onion stuffing is a classic flavor combination that’s usually served with turkey at Christmas time, either stuffed in the turkey, or baked separately like I’ve done here.
I’ve slightly tweaked the classic recipe to make it both paleo and gluten-free, I think you’ll love it! Honestly, it’s good enough to eat on its own, the flavors are that great and it’s very filling!
How to Make Paleo Thanksgiving Stuffing from Scratch
(full recipe card is at the end of the post)
Step 1 – Chop the Sage, Onion, and apples
Step 2 – Soften the onions in a little olive oil, do not brown them. Remove from the heat
Step 3 – Stir in the remaining stuffing ingredients and mix to combine
Step 3 – Place the stuffing into your casserole dish and bake for 30 to 40 minutes.
Can I stuff it in the Turkey?
Yes, you can stuff the turkey with this recipe. However, do please remember that a stuffed turkey will take longer to cook than a non stuffed turkey so please factor that in when planning your Thanksgiving menu.
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Paleo Thanksgiving Stuffing
You'll love my easy Paleo Thanksgiving Stuffing recipe, a perfect accompaniment to your Thanksgiving Turkey dinner!
Evenly season the pork with 1 tsp salt and 1 tsp ground black pepper and leave for at least 20 minutes.
Preheat the oven to 350F
Add the onion to a pan with the olive oil and fry gently for 8-10 minutes, or until softened. Remove from the heat.
Stir in the remaining stuffing ingredients and mix until well combined.
Add to a casserole dish and bake uncovered for 30-40 minutes, or until cooked through.
Apples - I used a combination of Granny Smith and Gala apples because that's what I had in the fridge, I think that the Granny Smiths held up a little bit better during cooking but both work.
Stuffing the Turkey - As mentioned in the post you can stuff the turkey with this but you'll need to calculate the cook time for a stuffed bird and factor that into to your menu plans.
Ground Pork - Try to avoid ground pork that has a heavy salt solution added to it or is pre-seasoned as that will affect the taste of your stuffing.