The holidays are here and that means it’s time to break out all your best recipes for your family. There is nothing better than having multiple side dishes to choose from at the dinner table during your holiday feast. If you are looking to add some side dishes to your usual holiday meal, we have some recipes that will fill everyone up at the table.
Chef John’s Candied Yams
If you aren’t a fan of sweet potatoes, this candied yam recipe will change that. This warm, sweet recipe is the perfect amount of sweetness you were looking for to pair with your holiday ham and turkey.
Best Green Bean Casserole
Green bean casserole is delicious no matter the occasion. If you love green beans, crispy onions, mushroom soup, and cheese, this is a must-try recipe. It’s cheesy, crispy, and will be gone in minutes. You will definitely need to make enough for seconds.
Grandma’s Corn Pudding
Corn pudding is the ultimate comfort food during the holidays. Cream corn, butter, eggs, sugar, milk, and cornstarch all in one pan and baked to a golden brown crisp will have you wanting to make this every chance you get. It is the comfort food you didn’t know you needed for this holiday dinner.
Roasted Brussels Sprouts
Who knew Brussel Sprouts could be so good? These sweet and salty Brussels will be an unexpected hit at your holiday dinner. They’re crunchy and filled with flavor, so they will go great with all the traditional sides you have to choose from.
Mashed Sweet Potatoes
Mix up your usual mashed potato recipe this year and try mashed sweet potatoes. Instead of basic milk and butter potatoes, this sweet dish calls for milk, butter, and maple syrup. The smooth texture and sweet taste will go so great with your ham or turkey. If you love sweet foods and potatoes, this may end up being your favorite dish of the day.
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Apple Cranberry Relish
Ditch your canned cranberry this year and try this homemade recipe. It is super easy to make and the flavor is explosive. Oranges, cranberries, apples, celery, and sugar all blended and refrigerated overnight makes a great relish for your holiday dinner.
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