When you need a snazzy new side for Thanksgiving or you're looking a side dish recipe to show off your cooking skills at the family reunion, we've got the stand-out side dish recipe you crave.
This protein-packed, Italian-inspired bean salad calls for only six ingredients!
Black Bean and Farro Salad with Apple, Avocado and Radish
Apples, black beans and farro join forces in this crisp and refreshing fall salad. Tie it all together with a bright cilantro vinaigrette!
Roasted Potato and Kale Salad
Upgrade your kale salad with the addition of hearty, oven-roasted potatoes.
Vegan “Creamed” Kale
This vitamin-rich dish is the perfect compliment to your favorite proteins, yet it’s hearty enough to stand alone as a vegan main.
Peach & Nectarine Orzo Salad with Feta, Cucumber, and Mint
A refreshing and light summer salad. Perfect for lunch or serving as a side at your next barbeque.
Curry and Turmeric Roasted Squash
Dense winter squashes are perfectly complimented by the warm and earthy flavors of turmeric.
Healthy Cauliflower Rice: A Genius Substitute
Think you couldn’t be more in love with cauliflower? This super simple “rice” substitute will change your mind.
Charred Brussels Sprouts with Garlic Citrus Vinaigrette and Chili Flakes
Forget the Brussels sprouts of your childhood—this delicious dish packs a punch thanks to zesty citrus vinaigrette and a hint of pepper in the sprouts.
Truffled Yukon Gold Potatoes with Pecorino Romano
Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. Coat a large baking sheet with cooking spray (use two sheets if necessary to prevent potato slices from overlapping)….
Individual Vegetable Pot Pies with Sweet Potato Crust
A golden sweet potato crust perfectly rounds out these hearty individual veggie servings.
Purple Potato Hash with Bacon
This colorful potato hash is a wonderful side dish or meal all it’s own.
Fresh Tomato Salsa with Mango and Avocado
This tomato salsa pairs perfectly with chips or makes a delicious accompaniment to grilled chicken or fish.
Watermelon, Mint and Chili Salad
A summer potluck staple! If you’re looking for a salad with a little less spice, substitute the Thai chilies for a large seeded jalapeño.
Make sure to make this as close as possible to serving, if you make it ahead give it a quick whir in the blender before you serve it to fix any separation.