I'm happy to share one of my family favorites at Thanksgiving. Nothing fancy about this stuffing, just plain good! My mom cooked very plain with not a lot of spice, but its our comfort food. The Challah bread is a slightly sweet, egg bread which I think gives richness to this stuffing.
Our last event had me craving this stuffing. Too early for Thanksgiving? Heck No! The stuffing is great with roast chicken or any meal. Have some Spicy Cranberry Relish on hand, sliced deli Turkey, add the stuffing and some gravy and you have the best sandwich!
I usually cut up my Challah bread 3 or 4 days in advance, spread out on a baking sheet and let dry. If you don't have the time, you can easily toast the bread in the oven.
This is a basic bread stuffing. Variations could include dried cranberries, chopped walnuts or pecans, granny smith apples - whatever your family enjoys! I did add some dried cranberries to two of the muffins to try. If I changed this recipe I would be shot!