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Paging Little Steven

Little Steven,

I am going to use your method for making stuffing the night before for Thanksgiving this year. I am just wondering how long you reheat it for the day of? 30 mins at 350 or so?



  • Little StevenLittle Steven Posts: 27,583
    I think its more like two hours. When I started egging the turkeys I tried to come up with something that cooked like it was done in the bird. The wings and necks have to get fully cooked. When is Thanksgiving?


    Caledon, ON


  • Sunday, October 13. My plan is to cook the stuffing under foil for three hours at 350 on Saturday. Then on Sunday, re-heat it with no foil so it crisps up. You figure two hours on Sunday to reheat?
  • Little StevenLittle Steven Posts: 27,583
    Sorry I missed your point there. I've never reheated it as a whole thing. I usually make it up the day before without the raw turkey bits. I would think an hour would reheat it. If it's not hot in the bottom when it's brown on top then put the foil back on. I meant the cook time was about two hours. Thinking about it three is more like it. I usually pull the turkey parts out when I take the foil off to brown. Throw the bits in the stock.


    Caledon, ON


  • Excellent. Thanks.
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