Ready-Set-Serve (RSS) Stuffing Starter is ready to use right out of the bag.
Best If Used By date.
Available Offerings from Markon for Stuffing Starter
10 pounds or 5 kilograms
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20 pounds or 9 kilograms
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Separate from foods that may absorb strong odors; very perishable.
High temperatures will cause decay or yellowing. This product is table ready and does not need to be rinsed.
General Usage Ideas
Use RSS Stuffing Starter in a variety of stuffings such as corn bread, sourdough, chestnut, oyster, and wild mushroom
Mix RSS Stuffing Starter, chopped MFC Mount Vernon Red Potatoes, RSS Washed & Trimmed Parsley, and pancetta in a hot, oiled pan; sauté until hash is browned; serve on breakfast buffets
Add sautéed RSS Stuffing Starter, MFC Mushrooms, chopped MFC Tomatoes, and fresh basil to quiche batter; mold prosciutto in muffin tins; fill with quiche batter and bake
Fall / Winter Usage Ideas:
Sauté RSS Stuffing Starter, RSS Washed & Trimmed Green Kale, RSS Peeled Garlic, Italian sausage, and thyme; add cannellini beans and stock; simmer until all are tender; serve soup with baguette slices
Sauté RSS Stuffing Starter, chopped leeks, RSS Peeled Garlic, and thyme; deglaze with white wine; add chopped MFC Potatoes and stock; simmer until tender; purée and add a touch of heavy cream; serve with crostini
Sauté RSS Stuffing Starter and fresh chervil; add wild rice and vegetable stock; simmer until rice is tender; stir in roasted MFC Red Grapes, walnuts, and the zest of MFC Oranges
Spring / Summer Usage Ideas:
Sauté RSS Stuffing Starter and MFC Mushrooms until browned; cool and mix with cream cheese, sour cream, oregano, and mayonnaise; serve dip on buffets with crudités and chips
Stir RSS Stuffing Starter into mayonnaise-based salads such as chicken, turkey, egg, and tuna
Add RSS Stuffing Starter, chopped oregano, Worcestershire sauce, and salt to ground lamb; patty and grill; serve on warm buns with sliced MFC Tomatoes and RSS Romaine Ribbons
Did You Know?
The onion belongs to the Lily family, which also includes numerous beautiful flowering plants (edible and not). Freshly harvested onions have higher moisture content than storage onions and are lighter in color. From the middle to the end of the storage season (Nov-Mar), onions become drier and more yellow in color.