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Low-Sodium Red Cabbage with Apples

Low-Sodium Red Cabbage with Apples

Low-Sodium Red Cabbage with Apples

Looking for a tasty, lower-in-sodium alternative to sauerkraut to serve with pork entrees? Try this colorful side dish with the slightly sweet flavor of apples. Michelle Dougherty - Lewiston, Idaho

Special Brussels Sprouts

Special Brussels Sprouts

Special Brussels Sprouts

I GREW UP on a farm in southern Louisiana, so we had fresh vegetables most of the year. Mother served brussels sprouts at least twice a week. Fresh from the garden, they were sweet and tender. Now I make this recipe all year using frozen sprouts. -Ruby Miguez, Crowley, Louisiana

Spicy Brussels Sprouts and Carrots

Spicy Brussels Sprouts and Carrots

Spicy Brussels Sprouts and Carrots

A teacher friend, who knew I liked to try different dishes, shared this recipe with me. Guests always rave about the unique flavor of this casserole.
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Honey-Mustard Green Beans

Honey-Mustard Green Beans

Honey-Mustard Green Beans

I used this recipe as an occasion to get my kids involved in cooking. They had fun snapping ends off the beans and they delighted in whisking together the dressing ingredients. In addition I was surprised how much they liked the green beans with this hint of sweetness.

Ruby Red Cabbage

Ruby Red Cabbage

Ruby Red Cabbage

I usually serve this great side dish with pork roast or sausages. You can't beat the sweet-and-sour taste.

Spaetzle

Spaetzle

Spaetzle

This traditional German dish is one of the most popular dishes in our family restaurant. It is so delicious when served with schnitzel or Parmesan cheese.—5;Essen Haus, Bob and Gail Worm, Madison, Wisconsin

Floret Cheese Strudel

Floret Cheese Strudel

Floret Cheese Strudel

This is a unique way to serve broccoli and cauliflower, wrapped in puff pastry. It looks so pretty on the table. Without fail, I'm asked for the recipe whenever I serve it. —Bonnie Zaparinuk, Whitehorse, Yukon Territory

German Potato Balls

German Potato Balls

German Potato Balls

With a few additional basic ingredients, my mom transforms potatoes into these delightful dumplings. This authentic German side dish is so hearty and comforting. We love the dumplings covered in sauerbraten gravy. —Cathy Eland Hightstown, New Jersey

German-Style Cabbage and Beans

German-Style Cabbage and Beans

German-Style Cabbage and Beans

This is one of my greatest hits as a potluck dish at church suppers. If you use some red cabbage, it will have very festive colors, light pink with green. It looks so pretty.—Winifred Winch, Wetmore, Michigan

Microwave Brussels Sprouts

Microwave Brussels Sprouts

Microwave Brussels Sprouts

When your conventional oven is filled with the turkey and side dishes, these dressed-up brussels sprouts can be prepared in the microwave. I think you will agree the cheese topping makes these sprouts special enough to include in a holiday meal. -Gloria Warczak, Cedarburg, Wisconsin

Nutty Brussels Sprouts

Nutty Brussels Sprouts

Nutty Brussels Sprouts

Even my son will eat brussels sprouts when I make this side dish. I use pecans, but this English recipe is traditionally made with chestnuts.
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