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Sourdough Stuffing

With Smoked Bacon

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Sourdough Stuffing
Serves 2
Prep Time:
Grill time: 40
Sourdough is my favourite kind of bread. I could totally eat it all the time. I use it whenever I can, french toast, fondue, just a slice with butter! But Stuffing? Sourdough Stuffing! Leave a comment below and tell us about your favourite something that you introduced into other recipes where you could.
Sauté the bacon and shallots for the stuffing
Sauté the bacon and shallots for the stuffing
Add the bacon mixture to the bread cubes
Add the bacon mixture to the bread cubes
Serve with a bird and all the fixings
Serve with a bird and all the fixings

Sourdough Stuffing

Serves: 2       Total Time: 55


  • 4 stalks of celery
  • 4 cups of sourdough bread cubes
  • 4 to 6 slices of thick cut double smoked bacon
  • 1 tsp. sage
  • 2 shallots
  • 1 tsp. bone dust
  • 1.5 cups of chicken stock
  • salt and pepper to taste


Step 1
Chop your stale sourdough bread into bite sized cubes.
Step 2
Chop the bacon, shallot, and celery. Fry the bacon over medium low heat until the fat begins to render out. Add the shallot and celery and sage. Cook until the shallot is translucent and the celery is tender.
Step 3
Grease your favourite baking dish with a lid, pour the bread crumbs inside, then pour the celery-bacon mixture over the bread crumbs, fat and all. Mix it well so that the bread has a little of the mixture on each piece. Add the chicken stock, bone dust, and salt and pepper to taste. Mix well again.
Step 4
Place the stuffing, with a lid on, over indirect heat on the grill and bake for 30 minutes while you’re cooking your turkey.
You can't have turkey without the stuffing. Well I guess you can, but it's not as amazing. Speaking of amazing, have you tried this Sourdough Stuffing with Smoked Bacon?? I accidentally squandered some delicious sourdough buns after having that Pulled BBQ Beef. What better way to use the last of that delicious bread that to make it into the best holiday side dish ever invented?