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- ½ cup chopped onion
- ½-1cup diced celery
- 1 - 9½ oz pkg croutons (Nichols?) (or 8c. day old bread cube)
- 1 tsp sage
- 2 eggs beaten
- *1-1½ cups chicken broth (and/or onion + celery liquid, milk or bouillon cube broth)
- (¾ tsp salt + ¼ tsp pepper - add to broth to taste if broth = unseasoned)
- (Can add giblets - ____ like them separate!)
- (*May need more broth)
- Cook onions & celery in H20 to cover.
- Drain + reserve liquid.
- Add sage, onion & celery to bread cubes.
- Add beaten eggs + liquid to moisten lightly.
- Mix lightly with a fork. Pile lightly in a greased 1½ qt deep baking dish or 8x8x2 baking dish.
- Dot with oleo or butter.
- Bake at 350° - 30-50 min.
- [Can put on top of (oven) rack when almost done.]
- (Can combine ingredients & chill 1 hour = to blend flavor before baking.)