The flavor of this slightly sweet and tart stuffing pairs well with a savory roasted turkey, as is traditional during Thanksgiving or Christmas. However, this recipe also makes a great side dish to any weeknight meal. Cooking the stuffing in the microwave makes this recipe a quick and easy addition to any meal.
Mix the bread cubes with the melted butter, chopped onions, celery, apples and raisins in the microwave-safe dish using a wooden spoon.
Add the chicken broth to the bread mixture, and mix gently with the spoon.
Sprinkle in the salt, pepper, sage and poultry seasoning, and mix gently with the spoon.
Place the lid on the dish, and put the dish in the microwave.
Microwave the stuffing on a high power setting for four to six minutes.
Remove the dish from the microwave and let it sit for five minutes.
Remove the lid from the dish, and gently fluff the stuffing using a fork.