Thanksgiving Side Dishes Everyone Will Love
Thanksgiving will be here before you know it. You have probably already decided if you’ll have turkey this year or not, but have you chosen what to make for your side dishes? This month at Trailside45 Apartments Blog, we are serving up recipes for our favorite side dishes to make planning your perfect holiday meal one step easier. Consider making one of the following sides for your big feast:
If you’re looking for a change from your classic mashed potatoes, then don’t miss this recipe for some rustic reds. These fluffy potatoes with parmesan cheese will be the perfect side dish to accompany your turkey and stuffing. Ingredients are red potatoes, buttermilk, salted butter, herbed cream cheese, parmesan cheese, salt, pepper, and chives.
Because green bean casserole is a Thanksgiving staple for many, consider a new and improved recipe this year. Topped with freshly breaded and baked onions, this dish is sure to disappear quickly. To make this, you need onions, onions, flour, bread crumbs, salt, green beans, butter, mushrooms, pepper, garlic, nutmeg, chicken broth, and half-and-half.
Make sure to have a fresh dish on your holiday table, like this grape salad from Country Living! It is sweet yet nutritious, crunchy yet creamy, all at the same time. To make gather up red and green seedless grapes, cream cheese, sour cream, salt, light brown sugar, and toasted pecans.
Substitute your typical sweet potato casserole for these delicious stuffed sweet potatoes! They are cooked to perfection and topped with a delectable pecan and marshmallow streusel that will make your mouth water just looking at it. Make this dish using sweet potatoes, butter, sugar, flour, cinnamon, pecan pieces, and miniature marshmallows.
Skip the store-bought rolls this time and make these light and fluffy buttermilk dinner rolls! One of the best parts about this recipe is you can make the dough up to seven days ahead of time and save prep time the day of your big feast! Ingredients are buttermilk, flour, yeast, sugar, eggs, salt, oil, and baking soda. Enjoy!
We hope a few of these side dishes will help add to your best Thanksgiving feast yet! Thanks for reading, and have a happy November.