Sourdough bread forms the base of this delicious stuffing flavored with turkey sausage, fresh parsley, fresh thyme and Parmesan cheese. Chopped walnuts add texture. It is a worthy Thanksgiving side dish that is also fantastic any time of year!
Happy Friday! Yay, it’s finally here! I don’t know about you, but things are getting busy, busy, busy. With Thanksgiving right around the corner and then Christmas, (whoa! Where did the year go?!), it’s certainly a busy time.
As promised, this sourdough stuffing is the fourth installment in my easy Thanksgiving series, which I hope will lighten your culinary load this busy holiday season. We started with steamed green beans with hazelnut gremolata, moved on to magic apple cobbler, then finally turkey roulade. Today I am sharing this delicious recipe for sourdough stuffing. I want to also mention that any of these recipes would be just as appropriate for your Christmas table or any other time of year.
Personally, I am a huge fan of sourdough bread. I grew up in the San Francisco bay area, which I understand is the birthplace of sourdough. I enjoyed my fair share when I lived there. I especially loved eating a bowl of clam chowder or chili in a sourdough bread bowl. Yum! When I came across this recipe for sourdough stuffing, I knew I had to give it a try. Stuffing is my absolute favorite part of the Thanksgiving feast. Making it out of sourdough? Yes! Even better!
This recipe is so easy! You’ll have a small amount of chopping to do, but the rest is a breeze. The flavor combination is wonderful with the fresh parsley, thyme, sausage and Parmesan cheese. I can’t think of anything negative to say about it. I hope you’ll give it a try, and even more importantly, I hope it will save you some time and stress this holiday season. Bon appetit!