Fillings, stuffings, batters & frostings are used to complement other dishes.

There are sandwich or pie fillings; mixes with seasoned bread crumbs, dried fruit and nuts used to stuff a bird before roasting; the different mixtures of flour, milk or water, eggs, and so on beaten together and used to coat food before cooking; and the sweet mixes used to coat a cake.

These are usually part of the preparation for other recipes and not a dish in themselves, although there are exceptions. Some stuffings can be cooked as side dish and some cream fillings can be served as dessert ontheir own.

Apple and sausage stuffing Ehmer Wed, 02/25/2009 - 12:16

Quick and easy to prepare and just a little of stuffing makes any roast dinner like a Holiday dinner.

Apricot and hazelnut stuffing Ehmer Wed, 02/25/2009 - 12:08

Not your usual stuffing, but equally delicious. It is worth a try.

Sage and onion stuffing Ehmer Wed, 02/25/2009 - 11:52

Sage and onion is a classic stuffing for poultry. It also goes well with pork.

Apple and onion stuffing Ehmer Wed, 02/25/2009 - 11:12

Seasonal stuffing helps to vary the flavor of any roast. Apple and onion stuffing is a perfect choice for the colder months.

Mushroom stuffing Phelan Sun, 05/04/2008 - 09:07

Any stuffing cooks along with the meat, making it a good choice for a side dish. Mushrooms stuffing is ideal for a roast turkey or chicken.