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The Meat Guy's Original Stuffing Mix. Everything you need to make perfect stuffing (also known as dressing). Two kinds of bread, ham pieces and spices. Just add water and bake. All you need to do is follow the instructions. This set comes with the needed spices and the ingredients for a stuffing mix. Nothing else is required.
One set is enough for a 5.5lb or 2.5kg sized bird. If you need more you can simply buy two or more packs and combine them.
◆ Meat Guy Original Almighty Spice Mix (20g)
This is a special blend of spices, made originally by The Meat Guy.
◆ Stuffing Mix
Made with baguettes baked in a stone oven, bread with cranberries and nuts, and fresh ham. One set is a goof for a 2.5 kg (5.5 lbs) sized turkey.
◆ Pop-up Timer
Just put two pieces in the meat and bake, you can see the temperature of the center of the meat with this handy tool! When it reaches 77 ℃, these will pop up to let you know.
We've included a guide in this set to help you bake the perfect turkey! ★
1. Mix the bread cubes and ham pieces with the spice mix (adjust the amount of spice to your liking.)
2. Add one cup of boiling water and be careful not to burn yourself.
3. Mix well. It is OK to dance while you are mixing.
4. Bake in 200 degree Celsius oven for 15-20 minutes.
*For better stuffing use 1 half cup turkey/chicken drippings and 1 half cup of boiling water.
*For even better stuffing use 1 half cup turkey/chicken drippings and 1 half cup hot white wine.
*For truly fabulous stuffing also throw in some nuts and dried fruit. Serve with gravy, lots of gravy.
The thawing time depends on many factors such as size, weight, packaging and type of meat. Please refer to our thawing chart ≫here≪
Review of this item
Easy and Tasty!
Dislike: The moisture was somewhat uneven. There were some dry bread chunks, and some overly wet ones. It's easy to overlook if you have gravy, but I think you have to pay attention to how well you mix it before cooking to make it cook evenly.