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Five ways to use: Sage and Onion Stuffing Mix

Make more of your stuffing mix during the festive period – and beyond!

We challenged Victoria Scupham, demi chef de partie, Master of the Household’s Department, Buckingham Palace, to come up with five ways to use Country Range Stuffing Mix – why don’t you try some of these:
  1. Stuffing balls – make up the stuffing mix and then roll them into balls and cook and these can be served with any roast dinner. You can add extra ingredients to the stuffing for example cranberries at Christmas or nuts, spices and herbs.
  2. Pork and apple meat loaf with sage and onion stuffing – make up the stuffing mix and then add to pork mince, grated apple, onion, bacon and herbs, then cooked in a loaf tin. This can be served with roast or jacket potatoes.
  3. Crispy roast potatoes – to make your roast potatoes more interesting to go with your roast dinner, you can sprinkle the par boiled potatoes with sage and onion stuffing mix and then roast as normal. This also works well with vegetables such as parsnips, butternut squash and carrots.  Just sprinkle with the stuffing mix before roasting.
  4. Whole stuffed chicken – make up the stuffing mix and then add onion, chestnuts and herbs to it. Once you have cleaned the cavity of the chicken and then the stuffing mix can be placed into the cavity and cooked.
  5. Sage and onion chicken goujons – instead of using breadcrumbs to coat the chicken goujons in try it with stuffing mix. Coat the chicken strips in flour and then egg and then coat in the stuffing mix and fry in oil until golden. You could also try adding different herbs to the stuffing mix.
  • Country Range Sage & Onion Stuffing Mix – 3kg