20 Nov Our Team’s Favorite Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes
Thanksgiving is just a few days away, and to celebrate, our team would like to share our favorite Thanksgiving dinner recipes with you!
Cajun Brined Turkey
This will take a few days to prepare, but if you’re looking to add a bit of flavor to your Thanksgiving meal, try this cajun brined turkey created by Chef Bobby Flay. It utilizes a bunch of herbs and spices to bring a different taste to a traditional turkey!
Twice Baked Sweet Potatoes
You’ve probably heard of twice baked potatoes, but what about twice baked sweet potatoes? Sweet potatoes are a better alternative than regular potatoes and pack much more flavor and nutrients. This is the perfect Thanksgiving dinner recipe to add to your family’s plates.
Golden Green Bean Casserole
A green bean casserole is a great side dish to add to your Thanksgiving meal, and this traditional Thanksgiving dinner recipe is something the whole family will enjoy.
Corn and Porcini Mushroom Cornbread Dressing
No Thanksgiving meal is complete without the stuffing fixings. However, if you’re looking to turn your ordinary stuffing dish into something amazing, why not try this corn and porcini mushroom cornbread dressing recipe?
Carrots are a great side for any Thanksgiving meal, but this steamed carrots recipe calls for a delicious vinaigrette glaze. Carrots are chock full of nutrients, so make sure to include this as a must have on your Thanksgiving dinner table.
Similar to the steamed carrots recipe, this roasted cauliflower recipe turns a bland vegetable side dish into something super flavorful and amazing! What makes this Thanksgiving dinner recipe so special, is the herb caper sauce that goes with it.
Caramelized Butternut Squash
Butternut squash is another wholesome Thanksgiving staple that doesn’t need to stay ordinary. Turn a plain butternut squash dish into something amazing with this caramelized butternut squash recipe.
Homemade Dinner Rolls
Dinner rolls are a great and hearty side to any Thanksgiving meal, and when you make them homemade with this recipe, everyone will be begging for seconds!
Homemade Cranberry Sauce
Sure, you could buy cranberry sauce canned, but homemade cranberry sauce is worth it! This recipe only uses 3 ingredients and takes very little time to make. If you have cranberry lovers in the family, make sure to add this dish to your Thanksgiving dinner this year!
Caramel Apple Cranberry Pie
Speaking of cranberry dishes, why not make this Caramel Apple Cranberry Pie for a delicious dessert after the big Thanksgiving meal? It’s the perfect blend of fall flavors and a great way to end the Thanksgiving day with your family.
Which Thanksgiving dinner recipes are you planning to try this year? Our team wishes you and your family a lovely and safe Thanksgiving. To learn more about how you can have a safe Thanksgiving click the button below.