Nov 8, 2011

Genolia's Cornbread Dressing

Ratliff Family Here is Genolia's Dressing Recipe

My children's grandmother
such a dear sweet mother in law too
Mother of Randy

I have to say that I have been very blessed with
having two of the most loving mother in laws
in my lifetime.

Genolia's Fried Cornbread Recipe
Then return back here for dressing recipe.
Make about three pan sized lace cornbreads, in iron frying pan if possible.

Genolia's Cornbread Dressing
Preheat oven to 375 degrees
3 pan sized lace cornbreads--crumbled
1 small can or jar of mushrooms, or fresh if, handy chopped
1 small onion chopped very finely
4 sections of celery chopped very finely
(Saute onion and celery in small amount of butter until soft and translucent.)
2 boiled eggs/chopped
2 raw eggs beaten

Chicken broth or Turkey drippings whatever is handy
(amount will vary so make ahead or buy containers of broth,
amount will be determined by how moist you want your dressing)
Genolia made her dressing thick and spooned it into the pan
because she liked to slice her's.

1 small bag of Pepperidge Farm Herb Seasoned Stuffing
Add all of the ingredients together and mix thoroughly
Spoon into pan

Bake until golden brown

Cool, while finishing turkey and gravy

Slice into squares and serve with warm giblet gravy

Genolia always served rice with her Holiday meal too.  She would rinse her rice and cook in a double boiler. It was always the fluffiest, whitest rice I had ever seen.
This little woman was such a wonderful cook.


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