Make stuffing out of White Castle sliders [VIDEO]

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Pile 'em up and stuff 'em in. Thanksgiving, White Castle-style

During the week leading up to Thanksgiving, many home cooks find themselves searching for alternative recipes to accommodate the various needs of their dinner guests. Gluten-free, vegetarian, diabetic -- it takes all kinds. But if you're wondering how you can make your fast-food-addicted cousin, double-dog-daring sister, and meat enthusiast uncle more comfortable around your Thanksgiving table this year, perhaps you should consider this kooky recipe for stuffing made out of hamburgers -- specifically ones from White Castle. 

Slider stuffing: It's what you crave? 

Here's what you'll need:
10 regular White Castle sliders, hold the pickles
1 1/2 cups celery, diced
1 1/4 tspn. ground thyme
1 1/4 tspn. ground sage
1 1/2 tspn. ground black pepper
1/4 cup chicken broth

Method:
Tear burgers into small pieces into a large mixing bowl with the celery, thyme, sage, and black pepper; toss to combine. Add chicken broth and toss again. Stuff the mixture into the turkey cavity just before roasting. The recipe makes about nine cups, enough for a 10- to 12-pound turkey or a casserole dish. Note: Allow one White Castle hamburger for each pound of turkey, which will be the equivalent of 3⁄4 cup of stuffing per pound.

In a way, the idea makes sense. It just takes the extra steps out of making traditional sausage turkey stuffing and is a salty, weirder substitute for oyster stuffing. If you want a more visual lesson (with more pithy dialogue) on how to prepare this side dish, check out the video below:


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28 comments
Tony Bones
Tony Bones

haha. get the poopies from Turkey? I think I'll pass.

Jamie Grimm
Jamie Grimm

Had it last year and it was delicious.

Mike Neal
Mike Neal

Jerrad Audette these would be good with the jalapeño cheese burgers

Jason Douglas
Jason Douglas

Ken Nash has been doing this for years. Thoughts?

Rick Logan
Rick Logan

I'm making the version that doesn't cook inside the bird. Let's see how it goes...

Michael J. Kraemer
Michael J. Kraemer

I tried it last year and I thought it was ok. Im not a huge lover of Castle so I just prefer that traditional stuffing. If you want your stuffing to be mushy white castle, this is the recipe for you!

Sam Danger
Sam Danger

My brother made this a couple years ago, was surprisingly good, and not even in an over the top trashy way.

James Nalls
James Nalls

I made a small batch of this last Thanksgiving; it was very good.

Dan Gustafson
Dan Gustafson

Finally a quality piece of journalism. No way Rupar can be the author on this article.

Saxyee Angton
Saxyee Angton

I've used these to make what I call White Trash Turkey with White Castle Stuffing! It's actually good. And I wrapped the entire turkey in bacon

knarfblack
knarfblack

Made this for the last couple of family Thanksgivings. It's pretty good, but a little pricey compared to making normal stuffing.

Sara Haaf
Sara Haaf

I might actually like that stuffing. (I have hated every kind I have tried)

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