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Pancetta Apricot Stuffing with a Brandy Pecan Glaze

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AS SEEN ON the Today Show! NBC showcased this recipe as a creative stuffing idea for your Thanksgiving table on Sunday, November 6th.

This dish looks, tastes, and smells like the Feastful November Holiday – except with a deceivingly easy gourmet twist.

I pair the pancetta and apricot with a healthy dose of rosemary. For bread, I use sprouted wheat (the REAL whole grain) and made my own croutons by rolling them in shaved garlic and olive oil.

The brandy pecan glaze is made with Calvados (a French apple brandy), butter and brown sugar.

The crisp sweet crust makes this dish the perfect savory and sweet companion for any Thanksgiving table. If you happen to sneak away with leftovers, it makes a great breakfast alongside a pumpkin latte.

Enjoy and happy holidays!!

Pancetta Apricot Stuffing with a Brandy Pecan Glaze ingredients

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Pancetta Apricot Stuffing with a Brandy Pecan Glaze ingredients

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Pancetta Apricot Stuffing with a Brandy Pecan Glaze ingredients

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Pancetta Apricot Stuffing with a Brandy Pecan Glaze ingredients

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Brandy Pecan Glaze

Pancetta Apricot Stuffing with a Brandy Pecan Glaze

Pancetta Apricot Stuffing with a Brandy Pecan Glaze

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  1. Lucas Nyreen says

    Lucas Nyreen —  11/21/2011 At 14:19

    That stuffing looks pretty incredible. I don’t think I would be able to not try it if it was at a Thanksgiving table.

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