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  • Joy Masler

    Pumpernickel, Apples and Onion Stuffing: Wondering what to do with all that extra pumpernickel bread no one ate? Turn it into a stuffing, doesn't have to wait for Thanksgiving.

  • Diane Ganden

    Kosher - Pumpernickel, Apple & Onion Stuffing If bread is not stale, place on baking sheet and dry in oven at 350 for 20 minutes. In a large heavy saute pan, cook onions, in oil on low heat, stirring occasionally about 30 minutes.  Add garlic, cook 1 minute more.  Add onions to bread. To pan add another 1 teaspoon oil.  Cook apples, until soft but still crunchy – add sage or thyme, stir and add to bread. Pour broth over bread mixture and stir. You want all the bread to be covered in broth. If stuffing a bird you can do so now, if not, put the pan of stuffing into a 450 degree oven uncovered for about 30-45 minutes, adding 1 teaspoon oil or pan drippings from a chicken or turkey (even better) to the stuffing halfway through.

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