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Looking for a way to dress up your Thanksgiving stuffing, but without too much hassle? You’ll want to try this Pomegranate Stuffing!
I won’t lie to you, I am in some serious love with this stuffing. The pop of fresh red berries made this stuffing just that much more visually appealing, and the burst of juice in each bite is fantastic.
Now before you read through this recipe and gasp at my shortcut, let me just tell you – YES, I used a boxed stuffing mix for this. I have yet to actually try a from-scratch stuffing. It’s on my bucket list, but I haven’t really had a reason to do that yet. Maybe this year I’ll volunteer to bring the stuffing to Thanksgiving. I still have half a bowl of Pomegranate seeds in my fridge I could use.
On another note, I did add in a little healthy flavoring with some Organic Chicken Stock from Pacific Foods. I think you’re going to love the added flavor of chicken and pomegranate in your holiday stuffing.
An easy way to dress up your Thanksgiving Stuffing, without extra hassle.
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- 1 box stove top stuffing
- Organic (unsalted) Chicken stock
- 1/4-1/2 cup pomegranates
- Make stuffing according to package directions, but replace half the water with chicken stock.
- Toss pomegranate seeds with cooked stuffing.
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How do you like your stuffing? Do you make Stovetop, or are you a traditionalist with stuffing inside the turkey? I’d love to hear your favorite way to dress up this classic Thanksgiving side dish.
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3 thoughts on “Easy Pomegranate Stuffing Recipe”
Love the idea of pomegranate… my daughter adores them.
I've never had pomegranate. My mother-in-law makes her stuffing with a boxed mix and sausage and some Vietnamese sticky rice. It is wonderful! My mother makes homemade stuffing, and that is great as well.
Tammy you HAVE to try pomegranate!!