Hello Offbeaters, ready to get out your swords, chain mails, and old-timey dresses?
Wait, just read through the recipe and ideas. Totally forgot what this was about; only read title. This is NOT about a real castle. Its about White Castle, the fast food place.
… my bad, guys. Holidays make the workers at The Offbeat just as hectic as everyone else. No Ren-fest gear. Its food though!
Now onto the fab recipe to spice up your Thanksgiving!
Here at The Offbeat we’re dedicated to letting our followers know our favorite quirky, weird, and offbeat recommendations. This Thanksgiving season we’re not limiting ourselves to literature, and we feel like we would be doing the world a disservice if we didn’t tell you about a very fantastic and crazy recipe we discovered last year.
The Delicious Stuffing Recipe That Requires White Castle Sliders
We know what you’re thinking: Why would any greasy food from a fast food restaurant be totally delectable in your traditional, yummy, prestigious Thanksgiving meal, one that is meant to impress Aunt Martha that you haven’t seen in a couple years. Well, we are here to tell you from experience that this glorious recipe we found on the super honest and perfectly trustworthy internet was used at last year’s feast for one Offbeat member, and it passed the test. Who likes traditional things anyway?
Here’s the Turkey Stuffing Recipe, straight from White Castle’s website:
10-12 – White Castle® Sliders, no pickles
1 1/2 cups – Celery, diced
1 1/4 teaspoons – Thyme, ground
1 1/2 teaspoons – Sage, ground
3/4 teaspoon – Black pepper, coarsely ground
1 cup – Chicken broth
1. In a large mixing bowl, tear the Sliders into pieces and add diced celery and seasonings.
2. Toss and add chicken broth. Toss well.
3. Add ingredients to Casserole Dish, add an additional 3/4 cup of chicken broth and bake at 350 degrees for 35 minutes.
4. Or stuff the ingredients into the cavity of the turkey before roasting and cook as you normally would.
5. Makes about 9 cups (enough for a 10-to-12-pound turkey).
Note: Allow 1 Slider for each pound of turkey, which will be equal to 3/4 cup of stuffing per pound.
Here’s the link, so thanks White Castle! https://www.whitecastle.com/food/recipes/recipes/white-castle-turkey-stuffing
If you try this recipe, let us know what you think in the comments section!
Have any weird or unexpected recipes you use on Thanksgiving? Let us know and we’ll do our best to give it a try ourselves. Happy eating!
Eat hearty, keep your chain mail polished, and stay weird.
(This post is accredited to our design team member, Emily Reyst)