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Does anyone have some creative, delicious ideas for Thanksgiving turkey stuffing, sans grains?  I am craving my own 100% rye stuffing, and, imho, it wouldn't be the end of the world to indulge in a compliant-grain stuffing on a major holiday if one wanted to, as a lifestyle is just that, a lifestyle, not a prison.  But anyway, even though I'm kinda pining for "regular" stuffing, the bigger part of me does not want to eat grains, even on my fave holiday and in one of my fave forms (I'm a stuffing person!).  I will be happier if I do stick to my new grain-free O nonnie lifestyle.

So, that said and that decision made, any ideas?  My mom (who will be my guest) does not care for sweet potato, or I might try to do a stuffing with sweet potato.  Instead, I'm thinking of going with an avoid but at least it isn't a grain avoid, and that is:  one of the smaller, more colorful variety of little potatoes, such as red bliss or new potatoes or one of the really interesting blue or orange varieties they have now of small potatoes, mixed with lots of onions and then I would need something crunchy in there such as crushed nuts or something, yet it might be bad to cook nuts as long as the turkey cooks (I make my stuffing IN the bird).

Any creative grain-free stuffing ideas, please post them in this thread, whether it is an entire recipe or just an ingredient that you think would be good.

I'm trying to come up with a stuffing recipe that will be comparable to taste and texture of the real thing.  You know how traditional stuffing has that wonderful combo of textures, somewhat soft yet with carmelized, crunchy bits (okay, getting hungry here!).  Well, I think if I use the red bliss or whatever taters (probably not mashed, but more cut up into small pieces or finely chopped, to allow each piece to carmelize, hopefully) and a big amount of onions and maybe some other finely chopped veggies that can hold up to hours of cooking, like celery and whatever, and then a lot of delicious spices like sage...would I have something?  And should I carmelize the cut-up or finely chopped taters and other finely chopped veggies FIRST, on the stovetop, BEFORE stuffing the bird, or just let everything cook in the bird?  It might carmelize even with all the juices of the bird, because regular stuffing does...but bread behaves differently than veggies.

Any ideas, experiences, recipes, suggestions, etc. are WELCOME (read:  begged for *lol*) here.  And Brig, maybe a blog on compliant Thanksgiving stuffings, including a grain-free variety, would be in order at some pre-Thanksgiving point?  I mean, I'm just riffing and it is entirely up to you, but it would rock as a blog topic.  Meanwhile, let's get this thread going:

Grain-free stuffing ideas, please!


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Hey twin--in this part of the country (eastern PA) mashed potato stuffing is a tradition! Let me see if I can find you a good recipe.

The fire company in the little town where I work always has a 'potato filling order day' in November. You put in an order for so many pounds and pick it up a couple of days before Thanksgiving. It's different, but delicious.

*wistful sigh* I really miss my mom's cornbread stuffing. It's still my favorite (shh, you didn't hear that from me). She would bake buttermilk cornbread (not sweet at all, but tangy and mellow), crumble it up and add in a chopped apple and sage and onions and celery, and the result was . . . well, full of avoids, but yummalicious all the same!

Okay, thanks a lot--now I want stuffing!


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I just checked squash out and it is neutral for all in typebase.  How do you think a mixture of different kind of squashes would go with the normal additions of a regular stuffing, Onions, celery, sage etc. even some compliant nuts.  And if the crunch is absolutely necessary maybe save a few veggies and nuts to throw in when it is finished ( maybe even on your own serving) (maybe partially cooked) I haven't been a squash eater except for zucchini and pumpkin, but what the hay, might as well try! Maybe even some greens blended in for more color(spinach). MMMM sounds kinda tempting.
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Well it might take some experimenting but apples/onions/celery/nuts are a combination I have heard of before as well as celeriac. Personally I don't stuff a turkey other then put a couple of lemons in for flavor. Why don't you try foodtv.com? I'd look for you but our at work web nanny doesn't let us go to leisure sites or forums, something about this url slips through the cracks luckily. Remember the Thanksgiving/hannukah/yule/christmas/new year's eve/superbowl party  is the undoing of many of the best laid plans. Then January2 till march 1st the gyms are over flowing.
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Hey twin--in this part of the country (eastern PA) mashed potato stuffing is a tradition! Let me see if I can find you a good recipe.

1. You're kidding?!! So, I didn't invent this? Day-uuum.

2. You'd think I'd know about this, given the fact that my dad was Pennsylvania-Dutch and his family goes WAY back, root-wise, and I know all about exotic-to-the-rest-of-the-country things like "red beet eggs".

3. I'm so glad to hear this, because that means this might turn out FABULOUSLY! I mean, how bad could any kind of potato or root veggie be if it soaks up enough FAT, that is my question *lol*!

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*wistful sigh* I really miss my mom's cornbread stuffing. It's still my favorite (shh, you didn't hear that from me). She would bake buttermilk cornbread (not sweet at all, but tangy and mellow), crumble it up and add in a chopped apple and sage and onions and celery, and the result was . . . well, full of avoids, but yummalicious all the same!

Brig, I know it won't be exactly the same, but perhaps you could find a cornbread substitute and use all the other ingredients (yes, even the apple, as it is Thanksgiving and you are a secretor anyway so you can have them so why am I even adding this parenthetical bitty-boo? Me no know...moving along) and it would be, while not "like momma used to make", "yummalicious"* all the same. Cornbread stuffing is delicious and unique, there is no getting around that, but at the same time, you being a secretor and all (I know, I know, you are a nonnie in every way except secretor status *lol*...but again, this is Thanksgiving, go a hair wild), you could use ryebread and I think the results could be similar. I've had excellent results making stuffing using the French Meadows 100% rye w/flaxseed bread. I take it out of the freezer and just leave it at room temp for a few days, of course, and then I can't remember but I think it turns out better if you toast it first, or perhaps it would be even better if you did 'er up in a pan, stovetop, with ghee and spices, and then add it to the turkey at the last minute. That's all too much work for this lazy pup, so at most I have toasted it and then I tear it all up, mix in my spices and I sometimes put oysters in there because I'm weird, and YAY! DELICIOUS. I imagine if you used your mom's exact recipe with that ryebread, it would really be, while different from the cornbread variety, DELICIOUS!

* Please tell me you aren't mesmerized by that Rachel Ray pup...are ya? If so, our twin status will really have to be reviewed, if you take into consideration the Mick Jagger anomaly as well. I mean, RR has a beautiful smile, but that's about as far as it goes with me, mesmerization-wise, because I find her perkiness level to be off the acceptable range of the chart, truly. She blinds me with perkiness.


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I just checked squash out and it is neutral for all in typebase. How do you think a mixture of different kind of squashes would go with the normal additions of a regular stuffing, Onions, celery, sage etc. even some compliant nuts. And if the crunch is absolutely necessary maybe save a few veggies and nuts to throw in when it is finished ( maybe even on your own serving) (maybe partially cooked) I haven't been a squash eater except for zucchini and pumpkin, but what the hay, might as well try! Maybe even some greens blended in for more color(spinach). MMMM sounds kinda tempting.

Thought of squash but I'm just not sure how it will hold up to the length of time we are talking about in the bird, i.e., many hours.  I'm thinking some sort of root veggie (be it sweet potato, other potato varieties, kohlrabi--which I have yet to find anywhere, even at the WF one hour from my house--rutebaga, etc.) would hold up better and be more "breadlike" in texture.  However, squash is a thought and I will keep it in mind.  Keep the great ideas coming!


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Well it might take some experimenting but apples/onions/celery/nuts are a combination I have heard of before as well as celeriac. Personally I don't stuff a turkey other then put a couple of lemons in for flavor. Why don't you try foodtv.com? I'd look for you but our at work web nanny doesn't let us go to leisure sites or forums, something about this url slips through the cracks luckily. Remember the Thanksgiving/hannukah/yule/christmas/new year's eve/superbowl party is the undoing of many of the best laid plans. Then January2 till march 1st the gyms are over flowing.

APPLES! gcg, why and how are you such a genius? Apples! Apples, I tell you! I'd much rather "cheat" with apples than with any variety of potato (although I wasn't planning to stress about the potato because Thanksgiving is my fave holiday and stuffing is KEY (lol), so that is one time a little avoid would be worth it (oh--I haven't told youzzz all about the dessert menu yet *lol*), but NOT wheat, which is NEVER worth it to me (almost never--never say never, I say) and not even grains, even compliant ones, for me, because that is me as an individual--we are all different, yay--viva la difference!

Apples, apples, apples, omg, how beautiful! The only thing still in the potatoes favor is that I'm wondering if apples will hold up as well to the hours of in-the-bird cooking. Apples might be one stuffing that would be better done stovetop at the end, just before serving the meal. You could cook it up with the onions, celery and nuts (omg, you ROCK) that you describe, in some of the drippings from the turkey and/or some ghee. Still, I am wedded to cooking stuffing in the bird, don't ask me why, but I just wonder if it would hold up. GREAT suggestion and I'll look into it. Maybe I could use apples in there, even if I go with a red bliss or whatever...



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* Please tell me you aren't mesmerized by that Rachel Ray pup...are ya? If so, our twin status will really have to be reviewed, if you take into consideration the Mick Jagger anomaly as well. I mean, RR has a beautiful smile, but that's about as far as it goes with me, mesmerization-wise, because I find her perkiness level to be off the acceptable range of the chart, truly. She blinds me with perkiness.
Okay, thanks a lot--now I want stuffing!


Gotta say I agree with you on Rachel Ray - she's way too perky for her own good!!  She may have some good ideas for recipies but I just can't handle listening to her actually speak for more than about a minute.  It's grating on my nerves!!  


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Carrots/parsnips/onions with ghee and sage? The French stuff geese with prunes but then they eat snails also. Mushrooms/onions and...?
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I do like Rachel Ray's recipes, and I do like her 'old' show, 30 Minute Meals. I do NOT like her talk show, which is way too hyper for me. But on 30MM (imo anyway) she is a lot tamer, and her recipes are generally pretty decent and easily converted over to BTD standard.

The cornbread stuffing is pretty good changed over to quinoa/millet, I've tried it . . . but you know how it is. Sometimes you just want something the way it used to be. And I can't do mom's cornbread because corn trashes me big time. So . . . it stays in memory, and that's fine. I can live with that. Five minutes of something tasting good isn't worth days of pain, memory fog, and emotional lability (in other words, turning meaner than heck). No thanks.


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ezequiel bread, celery and almonds with ghee very tasty.....


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Apples, apples, apples, omg, how beautiful!  The only thing still in the potatoes favor is that I'm wondering if apples will hold up as well to the hours of in-the-bird cooking.  Apples might be one stuffing that would be better done stovetop at the end, just before serving the meal.  You could cook it up with the onions, celery and nuts (omg, you ROCK) that you describe, in some of the drippings from the turkey and/or some ghee.  Still, I am wedded to cooking stuffing in the bird, don't ask me why, but I just wonder if it would hold up.  GREAT suggestion and I'll look into it.  Maybe I could use apples in there, even if I go with a red bliss or whatever...



If you can find some jerusalem artichokes (sunchokes), they have the texture of potatoes (imo) and the taste of mushrooms. Might be worth a try.


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ezequiel bread, celery and almonds with ghee very tasty.....

Sorry, disqualified *lol*: ezekiel bread is grain-based. The goal here is grain-free stuffing, although that does sound goooooooood!



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Btw GCG, I make sweet potatoes in the slow cooker with onions, currants and some garlic-infused ghee that had one of my coworkers tell me "Man, that is off the CHAIN!" It really is good if I say so myself, and I like it in place of stuffing nowadays, since I can't have mom's cornbread You can add sauteed celery and apples if you like also. Just peel and cut the sweet potatoes into chunks about the size of a small egg, stack them in the slow cooker, mix in the sauteed onions (I cut mine into rings and fry them in ghee until they just turn translucent), and anything else you want to add, mix it around a bit, and pour some melted garlic-ghee over all, just enough to thinly coat everything. Then set on low and let cook for about 4-6 hours or until done. If the slow cooker is packed full it'll take longer. This is sooooo good!


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How about cooking the turkey stuffing free for the first 2-2 1/2 hrs, than adding it (the apple stuffing)and cooking the rest of the way. ( Of course being very careful because of the heat) or

cooking it in bird- removing it early placing it in muffin papers and baking it to get a crispy top.

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how about cubed artichoke hearts with the celery and the almonds.......for a savory stuffing.


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Oh, Lola, that sounds so good.
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we might just as well just give it a try, right?  lol
I do prefer the sweet potatoe as a side dish.....savory, though.

and also the touch of sweetness from the cranberry relish or jam.....
no sweet tasting stuffing for me, thanks!


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Sauteed ground lamb, onions, garlic, a handful of pine nuts, a bucket of parsley (with stalks), salt and pepper. I know you are not having grains, pt - but for the others who may be interested you may also fry in a handful of raw rice. The rice cooks inside the bird as it absorbs the moisture together with the additional flavours oozing from the turkey's innards. This stuffing can handle the long cooking, and improves over time, in any case.

Or use wild rice with the ground lamb.

The mix of different types of flesh - turkey and lamb - works! I make this most Xmases.
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very appetizing!


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Lamb in turkey...that sounds really good!

I don't know what I'll do, maybe I'll try my usual thanksgiving risotto with brown rice instead of white.  Maybe I'll stuff it with dandelion...


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I used to make lamb/turkey sausage patties, it is really good

how about this,

rutabega cubes
turnip cubes
sweet potato /carrot cubes

garlic
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turkey/lamb

wha-la stuffing



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I like the idea of the contrast of meats by adding the sauteed ground lamb.

I would caramalize onions separately;  And also, separately, stir-fry sliced shitake musrooms (or your other fav. mushrooms) in some ghee until they are the tiniest bit crisp, and add them.  And celery is a must, in my opinion.

And to that, can go your starch, one or all:  parsnips, rhutabagas, jerusalem artichokes, a tiny amount of sweet potato (not enough for your mom to notice),
And some apples, and lots of walnuts, very coarsley broken, to leave some good-sized chunks.

I vote yes on the prunes.  There is a local Mexican cook around here who puts a whole pitted prune in each tamale.  Pre-BTD, I used to buy them and wait eagerly until I reached the prune inside!  She was famous for those hidden prunes!  



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Something I would try if I were an O...stuff your turkey with a duck inside which you stuff a chicken inside which you stuff a quail...you get the picture.

It's something like the culinary equivalent of a Russian Doll or should I say, more correctly, a Soviet Union doll so as to take into account the different 'ethnicities'
(That is, Inside The Sviet Union doll one finds the Russian doll inside which is Ukraine inside which is Georgia inside which is Chechnya inside which is Belarus etc..)


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brilliant, Madge!!!
and inside the quail stuffed pt from all the livers!  


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