Chipotle Quinoa Sweet Potato Tacos with Roasted Cranberry Pomegranate Salsa
I know this is a little last-minute.
And I also know it is a little out there. Buffalo sauce in stuffing and with beer bread?
Well, I know it’s weird, but it works.
And if you are into it, there is bacon too. Bacon and stuffing work, right?
My family does not really like stuffing. Every year I try to make a new version, but still no one goes for it. All they want is the turkey, gravy, buttery mashed potatoes and buttered rolls. Take note that there is not an ounce of color on that plate? Brothers.
At least mom, dad and I go for the sweet potatoes. Plus, dad and I are all about the roasted veggies and cranberry sauce, but still no one wants the the stuffing. I really do not get why. I mean I have made spicy sausage, chorizo and cheesy stuffing. I have tried cornbread, ciabatta and sourdough bread. Nothing. No one wants it.
The secret to my family’s stomach?
Buffalo sauce. Just put it on pretty much anything and they will eat it. Alright, not anything. No one but my dad and I would touch fish, and the boys are pretty picky, but come on, this is beer bread, buffalo sauce and bacon. These are their kind of foods.
Anyway, what I am trying to say is, everyone loved this stuffing.
And the cheesy beer bread is SO good with the buffalo sauce and bacon. Oh, and you will notice that I left the chicken out of this. I just did not feel it needed it. I mean isn’t stuffing supposed to be served with poultry? But hey, if you want to throw in some shredded or chopped chicken go right ahead!
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And we are now stuffing people!
Possibly a silly question but what kind of flour should be used? All purpose?
Yes, all purpose flour is what I used:) Please let me know if you have any other questions, I hope you love this recipe! xx
Do you think I could make the bread cubes ahead of time and refrigerate them until I make the rest?
Sure that would be fine to do. I hope you love the recipe, please let me know if you have any other questions! xTieghan
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Hello! I am not a stuffing person, but I have to say, I may give this a go when I make for the family. I need a clarification though on the recipe:
– 1 ounce beer 12
I am lost…. How much beer am I to use? 1 ounce is obviously not enough.
Hi!! It is 1 (12 ounce) bottle of beer. So sorry for the confusion. recipe is fixed! Please let me know if you have other questions. Hope you love this recipe! Happy Holiday’s ? ?https://www.halfbakedharvest.com/wp-admin/edit-comments.php#comments-form
Hello tieghan I have a quick question about the recipe. So for the beer bread do you let it get hard then use it or do you use the beer bread fresh In the recipe?
You can let the bread get a little stale, but you can bake it and then use right away. either is fine. Please let me know if you have any other questions. Hope you love this recipe! 🙂
Does this freeze well?
Hey Jaimee! I have never tried freezing this or any stuffing so I really cannot say. If you have successfully frozen other stuffing recipes then I think this one would work too. So sorry I could not help more. Please let me know if you have any other questions.
Im obliged for the blog article.Really looking forward to read more. Will read on…
My brother made this for our Thanksgiving this year…he found your recipe on The Chive..KCCO!
UMMMM AMAZING HANDS DOWN….this will be requested every year if not through out the whole year. Great with a baked egg on top for breakfast leftovers.
YEAH! So excited you guys loved this, THANKS!
Made this for Thanksgiving this year and it was pretty amazing. I used a hoppy ipa for the bread.
So happy you loved this! Thanks!
How far in advance of Thanksgiving day do you think I could get away with making this?
I would say two days tops. Hope you love this!
I’d like to make this! Any specific beer you would recommend using?
Really what every your favorite beer is, but I use a pumpkin beer. Hope you love this!
I featured and linked to your delicious recipe to a post on my blog, “How to use stale bread + 24 stale bread recipes!”
You can find it here: http://loveandduckfat.com/use-stale-bread-recipes/.
Thanks so much!