The ingredients you will need to make this apricot stuffing are:  
• 1 Onion
• 175g Breadcrumbs
• 50g Chopped Walnuts
• 25g Fresh Chopped Parsley
• 50g Butter
• 1 Lemon
• 1 Egg
• 140g Dried Apricots
• Olive Oil
• 2 Dessert Spoons of Linwoods Milled Flaxseed, Almonds, Brazil Nuts, Walnuts and Q10.

Step 1 – Fry the onions:
Heat 50g butter in a pan and chop one full onion and add it to the heat.  To these onions you also add 50g chopped walnuts.  Cook both until there is a golden finish.

Step 2 – Add breadcrumbs and apricots:
Once the onions and nuts are golden remove the pan from the heat.  To this pan you then add the following:
• 175g Breadcrumbs
• 140 g Dried Apricots (chopped)
• Zest of 1 Lemon
• 25g Chopped Parsley

Step 3 – Add your packet of Linwoods seeds:
Add two dessert spoons of Linwoods milled flaxseed, almonds, Brazil nuts, walnuts and Q10 {}.  Your pan should still be off the heat at this stage as you add the seeds to the mix.

Step 4 – Beat and mix an egg:
Once all the ingredients are added to the pan you must now add one egg to the mixture.  Beat the egg into the mix to help bind the ingredients.  The pan must still be off the heat as you don't want the egg to scramble.

Step 5 – Bake in oven:
Pre heat your oven to around 180C and transfer your mixture onto an oven proof dish.  Put the dish in middle shelf of oven and bake for approximately 10 minutes.


Step 6 – Remove from oven

Remove the stuffing mixture from your oven and you are ready to serve and enjoy.


Watch how we made the stuffing on Vine:

Serving suggestions:

• Perfect for traditional stuffed chicken or turkey breast with a side of homemade potato wedges.
• For an eastern twist, use for stuffing lamb and serve with cous cous.
• For a vegetarian option, use to stuff butternut squash and roast.  Serve with a dollop of sour cream on top.

Not only is this apricot stuffing easy to make but it also tastes great.  We're sure you’ll enjoy both the taste and the benefits of it, as the selenium found in both walnuts and Brazil nuts is a valuable mineral in protecting cells and tissues from oxidative damage.

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Happy cooking!