Microwave Stovetop Stuffing
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Would you like to microwave stovetop stuffing and find a simple, yet delicious way to cook stuffing for your roast dinners?
Well, you have come to the right place. Today we are going to show you how to make stovetop stuffing and then quickly and easily serve it for dinner.
Are you ever curious about something and want to try something different? That is always me and wanting to try American brands that I have never tried before and see how they differ compared to what I usually eat in the UK.
I recently went a box mix buying spree on Amazon and tried many different box mixes using our various kitchen gadgets.
I bought some Jiffy mix and made air fryer jiffy cornbread muffins for the first time and then the next day made stovetop stuffing.
Many people told me that stovetop stuffing was very similar to what we have in the UK which is Paxo stuffing and that just like paxo you add liquid and some butter and then have tasty stuffing on the dinner table.
Well, I love to do a compare, so yesterday I shared with you how to microwave paxo stuffing and today stovetop stuffing is getting the microwave treatment.
Can You Stuff A Turkey With Stove Top Stuffing?
Yes, you can stuff a turkey with stove top stuffing. You can also use stove top stuffing for stuffing a whole chicken, or even make it into balls and make our air fryer chicken and stuffing recipe.
Though, do note, when you do stuff chicken or turkey it does increase the cook time.
Can You Make Stove Stop Stuffing Ahead Of Time?
Yes, you can make ahead stove top stuffing. I have made ahead stuffing many times. The first stage to stouffers stove top stuffing is adding either stock or water and then mixing it.
What you could do is mix the ingredients and then leave it in a bowl and then simply microwave your stove top stuffing mix just before its time to eat.
How Long Is Stove Top Stuffing Good For?
Stove top stuffing is good for 3 days after it has been cooked. Though the sooner you use it the better. I recommend reheating it the next day with some of your other turkey leftovers.
How To Make Stove Top Stuffing Better?
Have you ever heard the saying that everything tastes better with butter? You just think of so many of your favourite foods and then remember, that it tastes so good because of the butter.
Well, that same rule applies to stuffing. Every delicious stuffing recipe I have made has had the wow factor because of butter. You will see it added to our slow cooker stuffing for turkey.
I also recommend adding it to stovetop stuffing. After adding in stock you can add in some butter and then the stuffing cooks with the butter and it makes it even more delicious.
Adding Celery & Onion To Stove Top Stuffing
Another option to make your stove top stuffing recipe have a more homemade texture is to add in some celery and onion.
You can air fry a portion of diced celery and onion and then add it to the mix and let it all cook together in the microwave.
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Stove Top Stuffing Ingredients
Stuffing – You will need one box of stouffers stovetop stuffing or a similar stuffing box mix.
Liquid – When making this recipe with stovetop stuffing its recommended that you use chicken stock rather than water. It will give it a much better flavour. We used some of our frozen chicken stock and then used the microwave to defrost it first.
Butter – Then to make your stuffing taste better then you will need some butter. Just a heaped tablespoon will do the trick and you can also swap this for margarine or another favourite.
Then for the kitchen gadgets that we have used in this stovetop stuffing recipe it has just been our Panasonic Microwave Oven. We have this one and its wonderful for many types of microwave recipes.
How To Make Stove Top Stuffing?
- Boil. Start by defrosting your frozen chicken stock in the microwave.
- Load. Next load your stuffing mix into a bowl with your chicken stock and mix well. Then add in the butter and mix again.
- Cook. Then place into the microwave your stuffing using stove top and microwave for 5 minutes.
And I am sure you can see now how easy it is to microwave stuffing and why you should be doing the same at home with your microwave.
How Long Does Stovetop Stuffing Take To Cook?
Stovetop stuffing takes JUST 5 minutes to cook. Isn’t that AMAZING? You can also prep the stuffing ahead of time and then just microwave it, 5 minutes before its time for dinner and it’s a total time saver.
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Microwave Stovetop Stuffing
- 1 Box Stovetop Chicken Stuffing
- 1 Tbsp Butter heaped
- 360 ml Instant Pot Frozen Chicken Stock
- Use the microwave to defrost your chicken stock in a mixing bowl.
- Once you have defrosted your stock add in the chicken stuffing mix and stir well.
- Add in a heaped tablespoon of butter and mix well.
- Load back into the microwave or transfer first into your preferred serving dish.
- Microwave your stuffing mix for 5 minutes before serving.
A great way to cook packet stuffing. I do like this brand but it is not my favourite one.