This is a family recipe from my in-laws. Hubby loves this stuff! He grew up with his Nana making it, then his Mom, and now ME! The measurements are guesses and as you make it more you can play with the amounts. It’s really not hard, though at first I was really intimidated.
1 lb ground pork
4 slices of stale bread (I use whole wheat)
1 small onion, chopped
¼ cup of chicken broth
1 tsp poultry season
1. Brown the pork and onion together in a pan.
2. Rip up the slices of bread and add to the pork mixture.
3. Add chicken broth and poultry season.
4. Mix together well until it has the desired texture. You can add more bread if it’s too meaty or more chicken broth if it’s too dry.
If you don’t have any poultry seasoning you can use: ¾ tsp sage, and a ¼ tsp blend of any of the following spices: thyme, marjoram, black pepper, and rosemary. The other day I didn’t have any poultry seasoning or most of the spices above so I sprinkled some thyme and garlic powder and it was still delicious!