Tasty Thanksgiving Side Dishes

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Thanksgiving is this month, and the Towers of Seabrook Blog is sharing side dish suggestions that you might want to include in your Thanksgiving line-up. Add one of these tasty side dishes to your Thanksgiving day menu to mix things up again. Head to your favorite grocery store here in Seabrook, TX to pick up all the ingredients you will need to make these fantastic side dishes.

Sweet Potato and Cauliflower Salad

This colorful and flavorful salad with warm roasted veggies is the perfect addition to your Thanksgiving meal! Here is everything you will need to make it: small sweet potatoes, a small head of cauliflower, extra virgin olive oil, salt, black pepper, sherry vinegar, mixed lettuces, and pomegranate seeds.

Fresh Herb Spoon Rolls

These warm, delicious homemade rolls are flavored with fresh herbs and taste a million times better than any kind of store-bought rolls. Here are the ingredients you will need: unsalted butter, active dry yeast, sugar, warm water, self-rising flour, chopped herbs (parsley, basil, dill, and chives), an egg, and salt.

Apricot Wild Rice Stuffing

Give your classic stuffing an upgrade with this stuffing that is naturally sweetened by apricots. You will need wild rice, sourdough bread, an onion, celery ribs, garlic cloves, parsley, sage, thyme, salt, black pepper, roasted walnuts, and dried apricots.

Fresh Cranberry-Apple Relish

Provide your guests with an alternative to the standard cranberry sauce by making this “fruitastic” relish! Be prepared for a zesty kick. Ingredients include fresh cranberries, finely chopped Granny Smith apples, sliced scallions, orange zest, orange juice, sugar, salt, and pepper.

Bibb-and-Citrus Salad

This light and refreshing salad offers a pleasant reprieve from all the heavy Thanksgiving dishes. For the dressing you’ll need dried cranberries, chopped shallots, red wine vinegar, orange juice, olive oil, Dijon mustard, salt, and black pepper. For the salad: torn bibb lettuce, sliced radicchio, sliced and peeled oranges, red grapefruit slices, celery ribs, salt, black pepper, and crumbled goat cheese.

What non-traditional sides do you enjoy making and eating during the holidays? Share your recipes with us in the comments so we can enjoy them too! Thanks for reading our post. Have a happy Thanksgiving and great holiday season!

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