When you need a snazzy new side for Thanksgiving or you're looking a side dish recipe to show off your cooking skills at the family reunion, we've got the stand-out side dish recipe you crave.
Baked Mushroom Parmesan
These baked mushrooms star pasta sauce and a combination of mozzarella and parmesan cheeses.
This Persian rice dish is unique because of the crunchy crust of potatoes that forms on the bottom of the pan.
Spicy Poppy Seed Potatoes with Green Chiles
Serve these spicy potatoes over sauteed kale or spinach. They also make a wonderful filling for wraps or quesadillas.
Balsamic Black Pepper Strawberries
A perfect non-fat topping for vanilla or chocolate ice cream or for a bed of field greens with toasted walnuts to almonds.
Green Beans with Roasted Garlic
Green beans are tossed with fresh roasted garlic, for lots of added flavor.
Teriyaki Sweet Potatoes
A new take of a Thanksgiving classic, these sweet potatoes are flavored with maple syrup and soy sauce.
Quick Cranberry Pineapple Relish
This raw cranberry relish has a refreshing taste. To save same, substitute 4 cups canned unsweetened pineapple for the fresh.
Champagne and Cranberry Poached Pears
Adding fresh cranberries to the cooking liquid gives them a warm, ruby red color, and using champagne for some of the water adds a celebratory twist.
Curry Coconut Vegetables
Do a “refrigerator sweep” and create the lovely combination of root vegetables in a aromatic curry sauce.
Irene’s Eggplant Casserole
Peel the eggplants and dice. Boil for 15-20 minutes (until soft), drain and mash out excess water. Mix all ingredients except eggs. After everything is…
Orange-Ginger Roasted Beets
Preheat oven to 400F. Cut root and stem ends off beets. Peel beets with a vegetable peeler or sharp paring knife. Cut beets into large…
Hot and Spicy Sesame Sunchokes
Sunchokes are a tuber that can be used much as potatoes are used. Here they’re sautéed with sesame oil and other Asian flavors.
Chilled Sunchoke and Cucumber Salad
Also known as Jerusalem artichokes, sunchokes are tubers that are native to America – not Israel. Here’s a simple recipe to help you get to know them better.
Braised Spinach with Garlic and Tomato
Loaded with iron, vitamins and folate, spinach is indeed a power food.