Happy Thanksgiving! It’s a time of joy, laughter, and food. The traditional Thanksgiving dinner preferences never alter gravy, pie, potatoes, veggies, and turkey. The process of making these dishes changes, however, changes with the people, trends, and dietary requirements. Here is a list of delicious dishes that is sure to make your Thanksgiving different than any other year!
No Thanksgiving dinner is complete without a roast turkey. Regardless of how you make your turkey, make sure it’s big enough to feed everyone and have leftovers for yourself for the next day. Here are a few recommendations on how to cook your turkey:
While dressings and stuffings are similar, they are not the same. The primary difference is that the filling is inside the turkey, and the dressing is made and served differently. However, this preference is changing as people prefer to cook turkeys with no stuffing amidst the growing concerns of how the filling can soak in raw poultry juices contaminated with salmonella.
Here’s how you can cook beautiful sides:
Gravy is just as important as the turkey in many households. Our recipes are simple and time-saving, letting the flavors shine. Ensure that your sauce is just as thick and tasty as your roast with these simple recipes:
You can make cranberry sauce in different ways. The best part of the cranberry sauce is that it absorbs citrus flavoring, liqueur, or spices without losing its flavor. Here are a few cranberry sauce recipes that are quick and flavorful with a meat of your choosing.
Mashed potatoes are a crowd favorite – you can make it in different ways to complement your Thanksgiving palette. Our recipes have various cooking methods, and flavors so pick the one that suits you best.
People confuse sweet potatoes and yams as the same thing. While they’re both root veggies, they have different flavor profiles and textures. When they’re combined, they add the much-needed touch to your dinner table. While they’re both a must, you can pick your favorite. Here are a few recipes for you:
You can make as many vegetable sides as there are vegetables. There’s no fixed menu for vegetable sides, so our recommendations vary according to flavors and textures:
Happy Thanksgiving! Regardless of what you make, don’t forget the secret ingredient: love and gratitude. On this beautiful day, make sure you acknowledge everything that’s gotten you this far. Be grateful for the opportunities and people you’ve gained, along with all the hardships that only make you stronger.
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