Leslie's Broccoli, Wild Rice, and Mushroom Stuffing Recipe
This is the only stuffing I ever make and it gets RAVES! Not only is it beautiful, it has a wonderful meld of flavors and textures. Want something different than a sage dressing? Try mine!
I didn't have broccoli and used more mushrooms instead. I used ~twice the broth then stated and it was good. Definitely a keeper. Will add other veggies like carrots or celery next time. YUM!
I brought this stuffing along with a roast turkey to a potluck tonight and got many compliments on it. Every lady there asked me for the recipe, and several of the men too! Some commented that they didn't really like stuffing, but this stuffing was delicious! This recipe is a keeper! It goes together very easily too. Thanks! P.S. The recipe as posted doesn't delineate a quanitity or preparation on the almonds. I used a small bag of slivered ones, and it seemed to be the right amount.
A new family favorite stuffing! My grandparents loved it, and I think we will be making this for now on instead of the traditional stuffing. I really enjoyed the wild rice, broccoli, and mushrooms, as it enhanced the stuffing. I used 1 1/2 cans of chicken broth or so. I added about 1/4 cup of thinly sliced celery. I sprinkled almonds on top. I used only 1/4 cup ( 4 Tb) of margarine. Very tasty and very filling!
This stuffing was very good! My only suggestion is to use a little more chicken broth. Some of the stuffing was still crunchy. Other than that it was great. I used a rice blend with Texmati, Red and Wild rice which was nice.
This stuffing was a fun change to try. The combination of stuffing and rice is very filling.
I picked this randomly for Thanksgiving just to try something new. It was the favorite dish on the entire table. Everyone loved it............
Wild rice and roasted peanuts add flavor and crunch to this moist and delicious dressing--perfect with your holiday turkey and gravy.