November 24, 2010

Low-Sodium Thanksgiving Stuffing

As you probably can tell, I’ve been busy in the kitchen getting ready for tomorrow’s feast. And I can promise, between this family of twelve, the word feast will not be an exaggeration.

But before I sign off for the holiday, I wanted to be sure to give one final tip. So let’s talk stuffing.

Just because there is broth and bread involved – both ingredients which tend to be commercially produced with loads of sodium – there is no need not to make it. And you also don’t have to spend all day baking your own bread and broth either.

Instead, use some Herb-Ox Sodium Free Chicken Broth mix and some no salt added bread to make your breadcrumbs. Add some fennel, mushrooms, onions, brown butter, and a shake or four of ground mustard and voila, problem solved. Stuffing delicious.

Happy Thanksgiving to everyone and for more thoughts on the holidays, check out my guest blog on the LFA website.

Chow on…and a gobble gobble too.

Moira November 24, 2010 at 3:34 pm

hello Sodium Girl!

I’m a fairly new reader but am loving Sodium Girl.

And may you and yours have a warm and healthy Thanksgiving.


Moira @ Lake Tahoe ;o )

Mikoto November 15, 2012 at 9:27 am

Thank you for inspiring my daughter . She has recently been diagnosed with what seems to be your exact diagnosis of lupus. Listening to her share your website and what you have accomplished is a blessing. We are still reeling , but know you have made a huge difference in our daily life. Thank you for sharing.

jessg23 December 13, 2012 at 4:50 pm

Thank you, Mikoto! Happy to inspire! Your daughter sounds amazing!

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