We all know the typical side dishes to expect on Thanksgiving, such as stuffing, cranberry sauce, and mashed potatoes. Surprise your guests this year by choosing some unique side dishes that will perfectly complement your Thanksgiving meal.
Green Bean Casserole
Instead of having your run-of-the-mill green beans during your Thanksgiving dinner, try something new like a green bean casserole. This Green Bean Casserole recipe has a 25 minute prep time and 45 minute cook time, but can be easily prepared in the middle of making your bigger Thanksgiving dishes. Click here to get started.
Balsamic Roasted Brussel Sprouts
Brussel Sprouts are notorious for being a vegetable that people hate to eat. The truth is, however, they are very nutritious for you. With the right amount of seasonings and preparations, you can get even some of the picky eaters to give them a chance. This Balsamic Roasted Brussel Sprouts recipe adds some extra flavor and even some pancetta for a delicious side to your Thanksgiving dinner. Read the recipe here.