One thing I enjoy about reading blogs is being able to try recipes made by other people in a different part of this planet. Today, I experimented with a recipe I borrowed from Baked Cotton Star . I made a couple of adjustments so this is my version:
Sage And Onion Stuffing
1 white onion, minced
1/3 tbsp fresh sage, chopped finely
1 medium egg (to bind)
sprinkle of dried parsley
sprinkle of shredded mozzarella cheese
salt and pepper
-Throw all the ingredients in a bowl and combine evenly. Mincing the onion as finely as possible should make the binding easier but mine were not as fine as I wanted them to be. My eyes were stinging like mad so I diced it as quickly and as finely as I could in the shortest possible time.
-Adjust with salt and pepper. Make sure not to put too much sage as the flavor might be a bit cloying and overwhelming.
-Chill the batter for 20 minutes to harden the mixture. This makes shaping a much easier task.
-Work quickly to form into balls. Place on a try lined with baking paper and pop it in an over 190C. I must have cooked it for 15-20 minutes. It is cooked when it sets and firms up, turning into a nice golden brown so take it out of the oven upon reaching this point.