Jenn's Birthday Year Round

Submitted by: Jennifer Saunders
My favorite food is stuffing with drippings gravy. Well, thanks to Jenny-O we can have it whenever we want! It's a simple to make turkey loaf that will leave you with that traditional drool and couch vegging.

Serves: 4
Difficulty: Easy - for beginners

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Dietary guidance: n 

Tags: main · turkey · thanksgiving · homemade · gravy · stuffing · cornbread ·

Ingredients

1 package Jennie-O Turkey Loaf with Gravy
2 packets Turkey Gravy
1/4 cup flour
1 cup cold water
1 package Cornbread Stuffing
1/4 cup butter (you can use margarine but butter is better)
1 can Green Giant Whole Kernel Sweet Corn

Method

This is a VERY time consuming recipe .... the last 20 minutes anyways.

Preheat oven to 350°F. Remove tray from package but leave the top in place. Place on cookie sheet in the center of the oven. Cook for 2 hours and 10 minutes.

Relax, you're feet might hurt after the rest of it. Well, mine probably wouldn't if I didn't go around the house barefoot!

With 20 minutes left, start making the gravy. Combine gravy mix and flour and blend until everything looks the same color. Add 1 cup cold water and blend until all the chunks are gone. Cook over low heat, stirring and scraping constantly. It's going to turn into a thick paste, that's what you're looking for.

Prepare stuffing as directed on box.

I cook my veggies on the stove in a small pot, now's a good time to start the corn on medium-low.

When turkey is done, carefully remove the top. It's a little difficult but if you can peel back two sides you can use a fork to lift. Remove turkey loaf from pan and slice into servings.

Pour ruminates into measuring cup, there may be a lot of fat that will need to be removed. Add 1 cup to gravy and stir. If gravy is too runny, heat longer. If gravy is too thick add 1/4 cup water.

Serve and enjoy being stuffed!

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