This Thanksgiving, those going gluten-free need not fear. We’re arming you with decadent, Instagrammable dishes in this celiac-friendly holiday menu.
This turkey is a labor of love, but the juicy results are totally worth the effort. Here, we use deboned meat, which cooks through faster than a whole bird, and the finished roll is easier to slice at the table. Ask your butcher to prepare it for you in advance, and request that they reserve about half of the bones as you’ll need them to make the gravy. A cranberry glaze is brushed on the turkey while roasting, while a homemade gravy gets drizzled on after serving.
Thanksgiving dinner in an electric pressure cooker? Yes, you can! This recipe makes beautifully moist turkey with savory stuffing at the same time, and all those tasty turkey juices make up a quick herb gravy at the end. Broiling the stuffing briefly after it comes out of the pressure cooker makes it deliciously crisp on top, but this is entirely optional.
This rich sausage and walnut dressing freezes well and it can be cooked in a slow cooker, freeing up oven and stovetop space. The slow, even heat of a slow cooker yields moist stuffing with crispy edges.
Our ultimate guide to Thanksgiving will help you get good, wholesome favorites on the table and leave your family wondering how you do it so easily. Use our handy checklist during the days leading up to the big event to make your Turkey Day meal a no-stress affair.
Quinoa and wild rice are loaded with protein to keep you full and fiber to keep your digestive tract running smooth. Flavorful herbs like sage, oregano and rosemary are not only fragrant but also rich in antioxidants that can improve circulation, reduce inflammation and help prevent cancer.
Onions are full of phytonutrients that reduce inflammation and can help prevent cancer and heart disease. Add healthy fats to your stuffing with protein-rich pecans and vitamin E–packed sunflower seeds. Season your stuffing while loading up on antioxidants with fresh tarragon, a peppery herb that contains potassium, iron, calcium and vitamin A, and with fresh parsley, an incredibly rich source of vitamins A, C and K.