This Recipe Uses Stale Bread to Make a Simple Thanksgiving Side Dish

By: Katherine Pendrill - Nov 9, 2015
References: food52 & food52
This recipe from the 'Food52' blog uses stale bread to make a simple Thanksgiving side dish. With Thanksgiving only a few weeks away, many consumers are thinking about what they will serve with their turkey. This meat free side dish is perfect for vegetarians and carnivores alike.

The recipe is a vegetarian take on traditional Thanksgiving stuffing. The recipe involves using day-old sourdough bread, which is seasoned with minced garlic, fresh thyme and ground black pepper. The use of stale bread helps the stuffing stay firm and crispy and prevents the dish from turning to mush. The rest of the dish is comprised of sweet onions, seedless black grapes and goat cheese. The unique combination offers a tasty alternative to conventional celery-studded stuffing.

The simple Thanksgiving side dish is a perfect option for serving vegetarians guests.