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               CHESTNUT, APPLE AND SAUSAGE STUFFING (L A TIM
 
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 Serving Size  : 8    Preparation Time :0:00
 Categories    : Holidays                         Poultry
 
   Amount  Measure       Ingredient -- Preparation Method
 --------  ------------  --------------------------------
    5       c            Lightly packed fresh bread
                         - cubes (about 10 slices
                         - day-old white bread)
    2       ts           Dried sage leaves
    2       ts           Salt
                         Butter
    1       lb           Chicken and apple sausages
    1                    Onion, chopped
    6       oz           Canadian bacon, chopped
    3                    Stalks celery, chopped
    1                    Green apple, cored and diced
    1       lb           Chestnuts, shelled,
                         - skins removed and chopped
    2                    Eggs, beaten
                         Formatted by Manny Rothstein
 
    Slice crusts off bread and cut bread into 1/2-inch
   cubes. Spread on jellyroll pan and toast in 375-degree
   oven until lightly browned, about 15 minutes, tossing
   every 5 minutes.
    Toss toasted bread cubes with sage and salt in mixing
   bowl. Drizzle with 1/2 cup melted butter and set aside.
    Remove sausage from casings and break apart. Heat 1
   tablespoon butter in large saute pan, add sausage and
   brown, breaking up in pan. Remove sausage. In same
   pan, saute onion, bacon and celery in same fat until
   onions are soft.
    Add sausage, onion mixture, apple and chestnuts to
   bread cubes and toss well to mix. Stir in beaten eggs.
    Makes 8 cups stuffing, about 16 servings.
   
   Each serving contains about: 263 calories 792 mg
   sodium 65 mg cholesterol 15 grams fat 21 grams
   carbohydrates 12 grams protein 0.57 gram fiber.
   
   From Julianne Ryan, Special to The Times, Copyright
   Los Angeles Times, November 16, 1995 From: Manny
   Rothstein Date: 11-25-95
  
 
 
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