Side Dish Recipes
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Zucchini is everywhere during the summer. This Grilled Zucchini and Arugula Salad is a different and tasty way to enjoy the zucchini bounty. In fact, it’ll probably make you want to go out and get more!
This dressing recipe beats them all! The secret is homemade biscuits combined with stuffing mix which is then formed into small balls. When you bake them, the exterior will be crisp and crunchy while the interior is soft and moist.
A simple recipe that features a classic spring ingredient, carrots, in a flavorful new way.
This classic Irish bread is made without yeast, so it comes together in minutes. It’s a great quick bread for anytime of the year especially around St. Patrick’s Day.
Skip the canned stuff and try this fresh (and easy) cranberry sauce for your Thanksgiving dinner. You'll be amazed at how flavorful it is. Our cranberry sauce pairs perfectly with turkey and is one leftover you won't mind having in the refrigerator.
Kale is a super food that's also super delicious. There are many different varieties of kale, but this recipe calls for Italian lacinato kale (also known as Dinosaur/Tuscan kale) which is slightly sweeter and more tender than the standard curly kale.
For a stress-free Thanksgiving, make your sides ahead of time. These mashed potatoes can be made a few days in advance. Just pop them in a hot oven on the big day. Even better, they’re delicious!
Fresh corn is delicious any time, but Mexican Street Corn takes it to the next level. A beautiful blend of sweet grilled corn, creamy dressing and sharp grated cheese.
Looking for a simple way to develop big flavor? Roasted Brussels sprouts offer a nutty flavor in just a few steps. The addition of orange and pomegranate brings a bright flavor that keeps this dish feeling fresh, no matter the season.
Want to add some flair to spaghetti night? This quick recipe uses Parmesan, garlic and cream cheese to elevate your biscuit game.
These crispy and flavorful parmesean potatoes will be the hit of any party.