Thanksgiving is coming up fast, and it’s easy to get overwhelmed by the million sides you have to make, especially if you’re hosting. Food Network has a massive list of over a hundred great Thanksgiving side dishes, but here are some of our favorites to help you narrow it down.
There are lots of different kinds of Thanksgiving sides—veggies, starches, desserts, casseroles, breads, and so on. Casseroles, in particular, are a hallmark of Thanksgiving dishes, especially green bean casserole, and you can’t go wrong with a dish from the master himself, Alton Brown.
For a lighter option, and to satisfy all the vegetarians out there, try these balsamic-roasted brussels sprouts, or go with this more versatile roasted potatoes, carrots, parsnips, and brussels sprouts recipe from Giada De Laurentiis.
Breads and starches are an essential part of any Thanksgiving meal. Try these delicious-looking homemade dinner rolls from Bobby Flay’s kitchen and scalloped potatoes gratin from Tyler Florence (yes, we said and). You can even do a twist on traditional potatoes and make this incredible loaded baked potato casserole!
For dessert-y sides, there’s the ever popular sweet potato casserole, or go a little more out of the box and try the Neelys’ sweet potato soufflé. And, of course, you can never go wrong with cranberry sauce.
Thanksgiving will be here before you know it, so make sure you have a car you can rely on for your holiday travels and give us a call today at Hatfield Buick GMC!