Sage and Onion Stuffing

This is step two in the sage and onion stuffing tutorial.

Part one is here which deals with making the breadcrumbs and chopping the sage.


It looks complicated, but making stuffing is really easy and you'll never settle for a packet of sage stuffing again!

Peel your onion and place it on a chopping board.

Chop it in half and lay flat side down on the board.

You only need half an onion for this recipe.

Cut the onion from root to tip several times.


I have fanned it out to show you how it looks, but you need to keep quite a firm grip on it once it's been cut for the next stage.

Slice the onion across now - you can see how it's dicing - once again, I've spread it out so you can see, but you will need to keep a firm hold otherwise it will spread and slide all over the place!

Final steps for sage stuffing are here

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