Chestnut and Prosciutto Bread Stuffing

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Inspired by a Chestnut Ravioli recipe in Gourmet Magazine, November 2000
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Recipe: Chestnut and Prosciutto Bread Stuffing from 100 Days of Real FoodIf you are looking for some “real food” holiday dishes to add to your Thanksgiving table then you are in the right place! Below is a fabulous recipe for the pictured Chestnut and Prosciutto Bread Stuffing that you put inside your turkey or bake as a separate dish on the side. We also have some other tasty real food holiday dishes in our archives including the following (and please be sure to share your favorites in the comments below…don’t forget links!):

Recipe: Chestnut and Prosciutto Bread Stuffing from 100 Days of Real Food

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20 thoughts on “Chestnut and Prosciutto Bread Stuffing”

  1. Delicious! We’ve made this with Thanksgiving dinner for the past three years and it’s my favorite part of the dinner…even tops the turkey!

  2. 5 stars
    This stuffing was the big hit at my first time hosting Thanksgiving! I also used the green bean casserole, sweet potato casserole, and some appetizer ideas. Thank you so much for helping me serve an easy, real food meal!! It looks like I’ll keep hosting, though everyone’s been forewarned that next year I will only be making the turkey and stuffing since I’ll have a 4 month old! :)

    1. Assistant to 100 Days (Amy)

      Hi. Lisa’s recipes generally feed a family of four with some leftovers. I would say as I side, this would comfortably serve 6. Hope that helps. ~Amy

  3. Hi. Love your site. What do you do about recipes asking for dry chicken or beef bouillon? I was looking for a dry brown gravy recipe and they all cal for beef bouillon which is FULL of bad stuff. Do you have a recipe?

    1. Assistant to 100 Days (Jill)

      Hi Cheryl. We don’t have a recipe. Could you make a beef broth perhaps and use that? Jill

  4. Lisa, everyone loved the stuffing! I was already told that i will be n charge of the stuffing ever year and basically, i am to host every year too. Dinner was a big success!

  5. Lisa,

    Your stuffing sounds awesome! It will be on my Thanksgiving table. I cannot wait! I am hosting for the first time this year so I will cook as I do everyday. Will let you know how it goes. This is a “processed food” crowd so fingers crossed!

  6. I have never had prosciutto:) I am also unsure as to where to find it? I have bacon in my freezer can I use that in place of prosciutto? thanks for your help!

    1. Assistant to 100 Days (Jill)

      Hi Jamie. You could possibly try the bacon. You can get prosciutto at Earthfare or Whole Foods if you have one nearby. Jill

  7. Oh yum!!! This looks absolutely amazing, and well-deserved . I read the whole receipe and i am definitely going to taste it atleast once.

  8. Where do you find your prosciutto? I recently moved to a small town and I’m having the hardest time finding it nearby.

    1. Assistant to 100 Days (Jill)

      Hi April. I usually get mine at Earthfare or Whole Foods. I will say though, that it is not necessarily local. So, if you’re following the challenge, then you’ll need to consider that. Jill

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