Complete our your holiday meal with some of these delicious side dishes.
This cheesy potato gratin gets a punch of flavor from nutmeg and fennel. Impressive enough for a holiday party, but it's easy
enough to put together on a busy weeknight.
Sprinkle pecans seasoned with ginger and curry over Spinach-Apple Salad With Maple-Cider Vinaigrette.
Red pepper perks up Green Beans With Mushrooms and Bacon, but it's tame enough for the whole family.
The rich, nutty taste of browned butter adds extraordinary flavor to these everyday-easy mashed potatoes. A slow cooker is
a great way to keep them moist and hot while you prepare the rest of meal.
Macaroni and Cheese is a must-have at any traditional Southern table. Try this 5-star version that has just 8 ingredients and is a snap to prepare.
What could be better than a deep dish of creamy hash brown potatoes loaded with cheese? It's a terrific match for almost any
entrée, as well as a great option for weekend brunch.
To make our rich, fluffy Perfect Mashed Potatoes recipe it takes only six ingredients and three simple steps. Yukon gold potatoes
yield a texture that's just right for holding a pool of flavorful gravy or melted butter.
Bacon, onion, and brown sugar pack these beans with holiday flavor.
Combine French green beans and red bell pepper strips with shallots and garlic for a delicious side dish that's far from boring.
This from-scratch recipe is suited for any level of cook - even first timers.
Tip: Brush unbaked rolls with lightly beaten egg white and sprinkle with sesame seeds, poppy seeds, and fennel seeds. Or, brush unbaked rolls with melted butter; sprinkle with Parmesan cheese, kosher salt, coarsely ground pepper, and dried Italian seasoning.
Cheddar and Parmesan combine forces with summery yellow squash for this creamy casserole. For a tasty and colorful twist,
substitute sliced zucchini for half of the yellow squash.
Sweet, caramelized pearl onions make an elegant side dish. This version is flavored with butter, white wine, and brown sugar and then baked for less than an hour.
Sautéed Brussels Sprouts With Apples elevates this often overlooked veggie to new and delicious heights. Even the skeptics
on our Foods staff agreed that Brussels sprouts never looked or tasted so good.
A quick and creamy Dijon-mustard sauce, laced with Parmesan and Cheddar cheese, turns a simple dish of broccoli and cauliflower
into company fare.
Roll salmon into spirals if you have extra time when making Smoked Salmon-Avocado Salad.
These potato pancakes are a classic dish Hanukkah cuisine.
Make a variety of flavors and add distinctive garnishes to clue guests in on the different flavors. All three are superb with Horseradish-Sour Cream Sauce and Spiced-Thyme Applesauce.
• Golden Potato Latkes
• Golden Potato-Parsnip Latkes
• Golden Carrot-Zucchini Latkes
• Horseradish-Sour Cream Sauce
• Spiced-Thyme Applesauce
Don't shy away from Warm Frise Salad With Crispy Kosher Salami. The vinaigrette includes slightly sweet sherry vinegar to balance the sharp flavor of frise.
Grapefruit adds sweet-tart flair to this salad of Belgian endive. Flavorful Cumin-Dijon Vinaigrette finishes off the fruity,
Sauté fresh garlic to jazz up this simple yet delicious green side dish.
Press puffed pastry atop your mashed potatoes for a crisp, buttery crust. Add a fast flourish by cutting leaves out from another
sheet of puff pastry and arranging them on top of the crust before baking.
Pancetta and Parmesan cheese add salty flavor to roasted Brussels sprouts. You can substitute bacon for the pancetta.
Sliced pears and roasted glazed pecans add a sweet, crisp flair to this super simple salad.
Salty tapenade pairs with Asiago cheese, which is sweeter than Parmesan or Romano, in these elegant rolls. Starting with refrigerated
pizza dough keeps their prep simple.
Packed with nutrients and hearty flavors, this salad is both pretty on the plate and perfect for winter. It tastes equally
delicious with other roasted vegetables, such as butternut squash, onions, carrots, and potatoes.
For a more pungent flavor in this classic salad, use gorngonzola cheese.
Roast the vegetables before the pork roast. Then, put them back in the oven to reheat while the pork rests.
For this earthy salad, make sure to use wild rice, not a blend, to get a nice chewy texture.
Think of this silky, golden puree as a canvas for any garnish, such as a swirl of sour cream spiked with lime, chipotle powder,
and fresh cilantro leaves.
The Panko-coated goat cheese slices lend a nice and crisp bite to this salad, which we've topped with a fruity pomegranate