Thanksgiving Side dishes

  • 11.10.18

Thanksgiving side dishes.

Yes, the turkey takes the center stage on your Thanksgiving day, but if you do not have side dishes, well, the poor turkey will be quite lonesome.

The recipes from today are shared by wonderful Food Bloggers friends,  as well as some of my family favorites.  So many wonderful recipes are here today for you to enjoy, so be ready to drool a bit as you scroll thru the posts.

And please click on the links, go visit the pages that are here. Share them with your friends.  We all love the support we receive from all of you.

Every turkey needs a stuffing and here is a mouth watering recipe for Bread and Bacon Stuffing: I am in love!!! Blogger Jasmina from Zvonimir Fras shares this absolutely deliciously and simple recipe.  Why not have it all year around?

It would not be a perfect  if you do not have carrots on the table. How about some Delicious Mashed Carrots from Mirella at Little Cooking Tips.  Perfect side dish, easy to assemble and yummy!!

Quinoa Pilaf with Berries and Soaked Almond from Balvinder  at Simple Gluten Free Kitchen is packed with tender vegetables, soaked almonds, sweet and tart dried berries and some zip from Indian spices. It tastes really good and your guests will ask for more. The best part is that it is gluten free.

To add some green to your table enjoy those Brussels Sprouts with Bacon and Shallots from Giangi’s Kitchen

How about spicing up things a bit and adding this yummy Spring Onion and Corn Pulao from Jayashree of Evergreen Dishes to your table? Light and packed with flavor.

Whipped Sweet Potatoes and Bananas with Honey are my favorite and this dish will always grace our table. Honey and lots of honey….

whipped sweet potatoes

Let’s talk about cranberry sauce. I have two fantastic recipes to share with you. The first one is from Azlin of  LinsFood, Homemade Cranberry with Ginger Wine. In 10 minutes you have this spicy and flavorful side dish.

Or you can go with Apricot, Raisin, Orange Cranberry Sauce. Another very easy dish to prepare and will store up to 3 months in the refrigerator. Excellent warm over ice cream, with any sandwiches…

Cranberry sauce with apricots, raisins and orange

I hope you will try the above recipes. Let us know if you have any questions, we love to help you have the best meal ever.

Bon Appetit!!


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Comments (4) Post a Reply

  1. Azlin says:

    I love all the recipes on these, it’s a tough job to pick a favourite. I adore the sound of your Whipped Sweet potatoes.

    1. Giangi Townsend says:

      Thank you Azlin. It was quite hard to pick a favorite, thus so many being shared.
      The Whipped Sweet Potatoes is a must try. Sweet, easy to prepare, can be done the day before Thanksgiving and re heated the day of. The little one will not stop eating it. Make extras.

  2. Little Cooking Tips says:

    Thanx so much for including us in the list Giangi! It’s actually me and Panos, we both create the recipes on the blog:) Have a beautiful Thanksgiving, with lots of great food and wonderful company!

    1. Giangi Townsend says:

      Thank you, we will celebrate Thanksgiving with friends.

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