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We have to start cooking for there's only one oven to cook everything. So today, we decided to cook the ham and stuffing balls. I know that it's easier to buy a frozen one that you just stick into the oven but my Mum's stuffing ball is the best and also easy to make!
Then we can cook the roast beef and the Turkey tomorrow so everything will be ready on Christmas Day. So we can just focus on the kids and opening their presents if the food is all prepared just the spuds to boil and mash.
This one is Sage and Onion Stuffing Balls. There are different kinds of stuffing, like orange and herbs stuffing, sausage stuffing, forcemeat stuffing, bacon and orange stuffing, sausage and chestnut stuffing and many more. It's either you stuff it inside your turkey or any meat or have it separately and that's how we like it.
What we need:
2 big onion, chopped
Sage and Onion Stuffing Mix (170g)
Fresh white breadcrumbs (283g)
1/2 lb butter
Chopped the onions. Melt the butter in the frying pan. Fry the onion in butter until soft and cooked. Add salt. Let it cool.
Then mixed the Sage and Onion and the breadcrumbs separately in a big bowl.
Pour the onion in melted butter in the bowl and mixed together until evenly blended. Add salt and pepper.
Just roll it to make a ball using your hand. Then put it in the tray. We don't make it too small as you can see.
And stick it in the oven for an hour, turn it over after half an hour.
This is perfect with Turkey and our must at Christmas dinner.
You know I'm a Filipino, and this is not our normal Christmas food. We always have spaghetti and fried chicken. I still do! And while they're having mashed potato mine will always be with rice. Haha. Can't change my palate.
You know the oil from the ham, don't throw it. Use it for making gravy! The best tasting gravy ever!