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.
Craving crispy fries? This low carb alternative featuring turnips includes parmesan cheese, garlic, and paprika.
Sweet Potato Planks
Skip the marshmallows (and extra sugar). The kids will love the super-sized orange “fries” loaded with beta carotene.
Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Bacon and Brown Butter
Give these Brussels Sprouts a new name to tempt the kids into eating them. They’ll love the browned butter and bacon. Barbie Cabbages, anyone?
These potatoes are such a nice change from the usual baked or mashed, and your kids can peel off one little bite at a time.
Roasted Red Pepper Dip
This spicy dip—high in calcium and vitamin C—is a perfect party appetizer served with a vegetable dunkers or toasted pita crisps.
Basic Deviled Eggs
Garnish these eggs with a sprig of parsley or dill, capers, paprika or black or green olive slices.
Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Bacon
Bacon may make Brussels sprouts taste better, but these Brussels sprouts have their own sweet, earthy charm, too. When roasted in the oven with bacon, the results are stunning.
Indian paneer (cheese) is a low-fat, mild, fresh cheese that will hold its shape in this creamy spinach mixture.
Brussels Sprouts with Lemon, Thyme and Caramelized Onions
Sprinkled with lemon zest and thyme, these braised Brussels sprouts are a great fall side dish.
Extra-Special Herbed Garlic Bread
This bread takes very little effort, but will make every meal special.
Baked Sweet Potato Strips
Preheat oven to 450F. Cut the potatoes in half-length wise and then cut into matchsticks about ½ inch thick. Toss potatoes in cinnamon and olive…
A new take on a classic ratatouille recipe—this hearty version calls for fresh ricotta cheese to add heft and flavor.