My family has been in Florida for over 5 generations. We have many ethnic offshoots and traditions. This stuffing encompasses many ingredients from my family heritage and it tastes good too. Something a little different than plain stuffing. A little sweet, a little hot and a lot delicious. Just like my family and Florida: a little of everything.
Recipe courtesy of William Taylor
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Ingredients

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Directions

In a large bowl, thoroughly mix all the dry ingredients. 

Mix the melted butter, chicken broth, cream or coconut milk, and eggs. Pour over dry ingredients and mix well. Turn into greased pan and bake for about 1 hour at 350 degrees.

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