The 5 Best Side Dishes To Bring For Thanksgiving Dinner
Thanksgiving is the day when you thank everyone who has done well to you and people who deserve to be a part of your life. The level of positivity in each and everyone sitting at the dinner table is overwhelming and when there is so much to give and thank, why not give everyone on the dinner table another reason to thank you - a tasty and healthy Thanksgiving dish. Here is a list of 5 easy to make dishes that everyone will love!
1. Cauliflower Blossom
Onion blossoms are common, and everyone has had them. Thus, this recipe requires a little twist. How about replacing onions with cauliflower? Cauliflower Blossom is the easiest dish you can make on for Thanksgiving. Everyone will love the tasty vegetables filled inside a crispy layer of cauliflower. BUT do not forget to serve it with extra butter for dipping.
2. Sweet Potato Casserole
If you and your friends like sweet potatoes then add this to your Thanksgiving side dishes list on this Thanksgiving. Buy a few canned sweet potatoes; mix and bake them well with other vegetables and add salt and pepper as per your taste. Also, top your dish with pecans and with no extra effort, a sweet and savory Thanksgiving meal is ready.
3. Wild-Mushroom Bread Pudding
Your guests won’t be able to resist this delicious wild-mushroom bread pudding. If you are planning to make creamy egg custard, then don’t forget to cook this bread pudding. Add the bread chunks to your pudding and watch your guests going crazy over the twisted taste of the regular custard. Moreover, bread chunks would add good points to your presentation too.
4. Mashed Potatoes
Everyone loves potatoes, and when it comes to creamy mashed potatoes, resistance is futile! For the record and history proves it, that mashed potatoes are simply the best Thanksgiving dish ever. You cannot go wrong with the recipe and with all the “thank you’s” you will be getting for your dish; I deserve your 'thank you' for giving you this tip. You can even try additional options viz. loaded mashed potatoes, cheddar potatoes casserole and more.
5. A dish full of different veggies
How about creating a vegetable medley? Take everything out of your refrigerator - whether it is potatoes, or carrots or parsnips, or Brussels sprouts, do not discriminate, take everything out. Roast all the ingredients properly on an oiled baking sheet and then serve nicely with dried herbs and a little garnishing to win brownie points.