Stove Top Stuffing is a side dish meant to resemble the stuffing that goes in a chicken or turkey. Made by Kraft, Stove Top comes either in a box or in a cylinder container.Know More
There are eight flavors of Stove Top Stuffing. As the name suggests, this side dish gets prepared in a pot on a stove instead if being inserted into poultry. The dried bread gets mixed with water and the spice mix included in the box.
Kraft also advertises recipes that allow people to use the stuffing as a base for main dishes, appetizers and brunch entrées. According to the Stove Top website, each flavor of stuffing has a little over 100 calories for a half-cup serving prepared according to box directions.Learn more about Cooking
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