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Sauteed mushrooms and seasoned shallots make this green bean dish a savory side perfect for any holiday dinner. Don't have shallots? Substitute garlic for this 100-calorie-per-serving dish.
Satisfy your holiday sweet tooth with this sweet fruit preserve. As a side, its tart fruit flavor balances out a rich holiday meal. Have leftovers? Spoon a little into a homemade vinaigrette for a sweet salad.
Juicy pears star in our tasty potato side. They give this mash a distinct, sweet flavor. Celery root tones down the sweetness; for a little earthy flavor, use parsnips instead.
Your guests will want seconds of this nutty, Parmesan-topped side. Garlic and Dijon-style mustard make a flavorful coating, and hazelnuts add unexpected crunch to this veggie dish.
Watch how easy it is to cook butternut squash. This nutty fall vegetable is a beautiful holiday side dish all on its own.
Jazz up your holiday spread with our healthy orange-berry pairing. Get a boost of antioxidants and vitamin C from fresh cranberries and orange juice. Plus, this delightfully light jam has only 50 calories per serving.
This favorite potato dish is back and better than ever! We’ve added savory dried-tomato pesto -- mix it in or drizzle it on top for garlicky basil flavor.
Get your family to eat beets with our crispy green bean and crumbly feta paring. This delicious dish will add warm flavor to your holiday celebration.
Watch how simple it is to roast any vegetable for a delicious Thanksgiving side dish.
Look out, cranberry sauce --we’ve created an even more scrumptious side. Our fruity gelatin dessert features toasted walnuts, juicy quince, and a hint of zesty lemon.
Pancetta adds a bacon-y twist to our extra-creamy mashed potatoes. Add Gouda or mozzarella cheese for smooth, melty flavor.
Tired of making the same old green bean casserole every year? Say good-bye to the old and hello to the new green bean side featuring crumbled goat cheese and zesty pepper sauce.
Looking to impress the fam this holiday season? Bring our revamped cranberry sauce to your next gathering. This delish side dish brings big-time flavor with tart berries and fresh, fruity sweetness.
For a warm new twist on potato salad, roasted potatoes are tossed with mango chutney, curry powder, fresh baby spinach, and pine nuts.
Coarse kosher salt seasons the potatoes and creates even heat as they roast on the stovetop.
This dinner salad is delicious and elegant. Garlic-herb cheese toasts make a crowd-pleasing topper.
Lightly toasted pistachios, brown sugar, and fresh thyme add a sweet zing to this carrot recipe.
Deepen the already-sweet quality of beets with a touch of brown sugar. Poach the beets in dry red wine to balance the caramelized flavor.
For a new twist on a classic holiday side dish, top fresh green beans with crisp shallots and onions.
This rich, buttery sweet potato recipe from Tyler Florence's grandmother is a cross between side dish and dessert.
Butternut squash, dried cranberries, shallots, and sourdough bread combine in this seasonal stuffing recipe.
For a fresh twist on this classic Thanksgiving side dish, glaze carrots with verjus, the pressed juice from unripe grapes. It has a sweet-tart flavor similar to -- but less sharp than -- vinegar.
This side dish is ready in under an hour and can be served hot from the oven with bread.
Two teaspoons of garlic, a pinch of salt, and a dash of black pepper make these green beans a hit. Chop the garlic with a good pinch of salt -- it will soak up the garlic flavor and transfer it to the beans.
Fresh pears, dried cranberries, and orange juice add a pleasant fruity flavor to this winning combination of parsnips and carrots.
These beans are a fresh update of the tried-and-true green bean casserole. In only 20 minutes, sauteed garlic, lots of shallots, and lemon peel pack a 1-2-3 flavor punch.
This easy side dish gets its bold flavor from cider vinegar. The deep purple beets look festive and are healthy, too.
This gratin, packed with butternut squash, spinach, cheese, and rich creme fraiche, is really special. You can cut prep time by purchasing peeled squash in your grocery store's produce section.
Served whole and flavored with mildly hot red pepper and tangy lemon, these carrots are hard to resist.