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Gluten free sausage and sage stuffing

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Cooking time

Prep: 15 minutes Cook: 35 minutes Check they are not pink inside before serving

Skill level

More effort

Servings

For 6-8 people

Traditional Turkey stuffing without the gluten Photo before cooking, tasted fab on Christmas Day P

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Ingredients

Sage and onion stuffing

  • 1kg of pork mincemeat, I prefer organic as less fatty
  • Handful of sage leaves chopped
  • 1 onion
  • 140g of waitrose free from seeded slice loaf
  • I Apple diced
  • 25g butter, slightly salted

Fresh Seasoning

  • Salt Maldon or natural rock salt best, 2 pinches
  • Pepper, freshly ground from mill or crusher

Method

  1. Fry sliced onion in butter until it's turning golden then add apple diced for 1 min to soften

  2. Chop off crusts on bread and use mixer to make breadcrumbs

  3. Add onion mixture to breadcrumbs and chop up slightly to make more chunky mix then add sausagemeat

  4. Roll into balls or stuff loosely into Turkey neck

  5. Roast with Turkey fo 30 mins

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