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Move over, mains – when you put these standout clean side dishes on your holiday table, they just might steal the whole show.
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Mixed with plain yogurt, vegetables and the Middle Eastern spice mixture known as za’atar, roasted chickpeas add flavor-filled crunch to this unique savory breakfast.
Homemade jalapeño-infused corn bread croutons add a spicy crunch to this bread salad.
This simple technique makes for a one-pan supper that’s weeknight-friendly and supremely delicious.
Normally, gratins are layered horizontally so that the sliced vegetables lie flat in the dish. This recipe literally turns that on its side — the potatoes and artichokes are standing on their edges, so you get lots of crispy bits on top and a really fancy look that’s impressive on your holiday table.
Although perhaps not a usual staple on the holiday table, this deeply flavored salmon made with just a few ingredients is a nice, light complement to the heavier options on the menu. If you don’t have a mortar and pestle to lightly crush the fennel seeds, just use them as is. Garnish with additional chives.
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Rich in antioxidants, anti-inflammatory, and blood sugar-regulating properties, sweet potatoes add a sweetness to both the holiday table and your health! These 7 scrumptious, satisfying, and sophisticated sides showcase sweet potato's natural, full bodied sweetness without adding extra sugar and fat.
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Squash doesn't have to be bland or boring. With a quick and easy technique and a punch of flavor, this is a side dish no one will overlook.
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The mild flavor of tofu pairs with just about anything and can be jazzed up in so many ways. Plus, it’s also packed with quality protein. In this recipe, creamy tofu is coated with a crispy coconut crust and paired with spiced up, sautéed veggies. It’s the perfect meatless meal for your whole family or serve this up as a side dish!
Heirloom carrots are a great go-to veggie for a side dish because they look gorgeous plated; plus, they’re delicious simply roasted with olive oil or coconut oil. But when you top with maple syrup and cashew cream, these carrots become next-level!
Cacio e pepe means “cheese and pepper” in Italian dialects, and we can’t think of a tastier way to serve up a side dish of spiralized butternut squash. For the best noodles, look for squash with long necks and smaller bulbs. We use Parmesan and Grana Padano cheese for more flavor, but you can use just Parmesan if you prefer.
We've taken the traditional BBQ side dish and turned it into an equally winter-friendly meal, ready in just 30 minutes and sure to refresh, thanks to its lemony vinaigrette.
Roasting thin slices of Brussels sprouts makes them deliciously caramelized, while Jerusalem artichokes and green olives add buttery flavor to this unique side dish. The sprouts can be cut up to 4 days in advance, but the cooked dish is best right out of the oven.
You can par-roast the cauliflower for this sweet-savory dish up to 3 days in advance and simply reheat before tossing the florets with the vinaigrette, cranberries and pine nuts before serving. It’s an ideal do-ahead side dish for everything from pork to turkey.
Jicama, also known as the Mexican potato, has a refreshing crunch that is a perfect backdrop for this herb-and-spice coating. Served as a snack, appetizer or side dish, everyone will be impressed with this not-fried, lower-carb take on curly fries.
Juicy pork tenderloin is pounded thin and coated with panko for a crispy-on-the-outside, tender-on-the-inside dish. Serve with lemon wedges for added lemony goodness.
With less natural sweetness than butternut, mild spaghetti squash pairs well with slightly bitter radicchio and salty Kalamata olives. This side dish would be a refreshing change of pace with pork tenderloin, baked white fish or as part of a vegetarian meal.