I have Lazy Bread in the freezer, sliced and with freezer paper between each slice so I can get it out easily. I read several recipes and then produced this stuffing, which Tolerant Taster says is the best he has ever had. This recipe served three with left overs. Simply scale up as needed.
four slices of bread, diced
one red onion, chopped finely
half a Bramley apple, chopped finely
rosemary, chopped finely
1 tbsp oil
|bread, onion, apple and herbs|
Add the bread to the onion and apple mixture and stir until well mixed. Now stir in the chopped rosemary if using. Add the hot sage water, testing the flavour until you have the amount of sage you want. Use plain water if needed to bring the whole mixture to a moist consistency.
Place in an oiled baking dish and bake in a hot oven for half an hour. I put it in the oven at the same time as the roast potatoes and parsnips, and they were all golden brown at the same time.
Tolerant Taster's view "Warm, roasted, slow-cooked stew sort of flavour. The bread has done two things, quite a bit softened to a rich paste holding the whole thing together, but also crunchy bits where the bread has toasted and caramelised on top. A bit like gravy, caramelised onions and bread sauce with all the best bits merged together".