The turkey may take center stage, but the side dishes truly make the meal. Kick it up a notch with our easy and crowd-pleasing recipes.
A fun twist on the traditional cranberry sauce, this Cranberry Salsa calls for sweet onion, jalapeño, and cilantro for a kicked
It just wouldn't be Thanksgiving without a bright, sweet, tangy cranberry sauce. For this recipe, feel free to use frozen
or fresh berries.
Combine two sweet-and-tangy fall fruits—cranberries and apricots—and you'll end up with this deliciously addicting relish.
Serve it with the meal alongside traditional cranberry sauce.
Ripe pears and blue cheese are a delightful combination atop fresh bibb lettuce leaves.
Serve this seasonal side to liven your holiday table.
Sweet, sour, and salty flavors come together in this festive, crowd-pleasing dish.
This versatile dressing works great for special occasions and leftovers can be stored up to a week after for lunches-on-the-go.
Embrace fall's delicious bounty of apples with this classic side dish.
This simple salad features tart cranberries, tangy goat cheese, and crunchy walnuts for texture.
Wild mushrooms, crushed red pepper, white wine, and shaved Parmesan make this veggie dish a crowd-pleaser.
Trade in the old green bean casserole standby for this gorgeous platter of color, which features red and yellow bell peppers,
red onion, and crispy bacon.
Brighten boring vegetables with this herb-packed marinade.
Tender, meaty, chopped clams mixed with breadcrumbs and herbs makes a delicious filling for fresh mushrooms.
Brighten your table with this festive and healthful side dish. Asian-chili sauce and cranberries deliver a sweet-and-spicy
Give leafy Swiss chard a flavorful kick with fragrant hazelnuts and garlic for a delicious side dish. Add kosher salt and
ground black pepper to taste.
A tasty mixture of brown sugar, butter, and balsamic vinegar gives life to cocktail onions. Serve them on their own or as
This colorful side is packed with flavor thanks to cinnamon, ginger, honey, vinegar, and cilantro.
Nothing complements your Thanksgiving turkey better than farm-fresh sides. Add a little extra flavor by dressing these beans
with some butter and freshly ground black pepper.
Soffrito is an Italian word meaning a mixture of finely chopped vegetables and seasonings. Combined with tangy artichokes, this dish
is unique and delicious.
Tangy citrus juices from lemon and orange add a burst of fruit flavor to a classic side. It's so sweet and creamy you'll think
you're already eating dessert!
Bacon drippings, onions, and hazelnuts add tons of flavor and texture to make this one tasty dish.
The night before, wash and trim broccolini, and then store in plastic bags before refrigerating. The day of, simply remove
from bags and prepare.
These carrots taste both sweet and spicy, adjust to your own personal preferences and heat tolerance.
Switch up traditional mashed potatoes with these delicious—and quick (They only take ten minutes to prep!)—smashed red potatoes.
Add some Indian flavor to your holiday. Cool coconut balances the bold flavor of curry.
Don’t be put off by the number of cloves—roasting garlic mellows its flavor and brings out a nutty sweetness, taking these
potatoes from bland to brilliant.
Bring Cajun flair to the menu with this rice dish.
Classic sweet potato casserole gets a fiery kick in this amped-up recipe.
Horseradish, onion, and Worcestershire sauce add flavor to an otherwise simple carrot dish.
Not your traditional sweet potato casserole, this treat gets crunch from nutty pecans and raisins. It's topped with fluffy
The Gruyère helps to make this dish extra cheesy. Top with fresh rosemary leaves for an extra boost of flavor.
Incorporate your favorite flavored bread (black pepper-and-cheese bread, rosemary-black pepper focaccia, or French baguette)
into this delicious stuffing.
Thanksgiving wouldn't be complete without a heaping helping of dressing. Put a coastal spin on the traditional with this recipe
that uses fresh oysters.
This rich cornbread dressing is sure to be a Thanksgiving hit! To save time, bake the cornbread one day ahead of time.
Stuffing is probably already a regular guest at your Thanksgiving meal. This year, try inviting smoked mussels, along with
some zesty sausage, for a tasty change.
Stuffing can be made the day before to cut-down on actual cooking time, just let the dish come to room temperature before