Not So Classic Thanksgiving Side Dishes
The turkey might be the main event, but offering a variety of side dishes–from sweet potatoes to green beans–will keep your guests full and happy this holiday.
Sweet Potato-and-Cauliflower Salad
Pump up a side salad with warm, roasted vegetables.
Fresh Herb Spoon Rolls
These homemade rolls will blow store-bought versions out of the water.
Recipe: Fresh Herb Spoon Rolls
Shaved Brussels Sprouts with Country Ham
Earthy Brussels sprouts and robust country ham are the perfect combo in this savory side.
Orange Carrots with Yogurt-Parsley Dressing
Brighten up your Thanksgiving table with these light and tangy carrots.
Pair with the Pear-Thyme Brined Turkey for a fresh take on Thanksgiving dinner.
Recipe: Thyme-Pear Gravy
Dijon mustard gives this dish—which can serve as a starter or a side—a kick.
Recipe: Caramelized-Onion Galette
Cracked-Pepper Dinner Rolls
A hint of spicy black pepper adds a kick to these traditional dinner rolls.
Recipe: Cracked-Pepper Dinner Rolls
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