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Low Sodium Side Dishes

Looking for low sodium side dishes? Find recipes for low sodium side dishes including fruit side dishes, vegetable side dishes, and more low sodium side dishes.

Tomato Corn Toss

Tomato Corn Toss

Tomato Corn Toss

Annette Marie Young of West Lafayette, Indiana uses the microwave to prepare this quick dish which features banana peppers, tomatoes and corn. If using fresh corn, plan on using 4 to 6 ears to get the 2 cups you'll need.

Garden Primavera Fettuccine

Garden Primavera Fettuccine

Garden Primavera Fettuccine

“I created this side while trying to make broccoli Alfredo," writes Tammy Perrault of Lancaster, Ohio. "I kept adding fresh vegetables, and the result was this creamy pasta dish!”

Dilly Grilled Veggies

Dilly Grilled Veggies

Dilly Grilled Veggies

Use any combination of vegetables in this versatile side dish. I like to include cauliflower, carrots, green peppers and onions, too! —Fran Scott, Birmingham, Michigan
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Sweet Baby Carrots

Sweet Baby Carrots

Sweet Baby Carrots

With only two ingredients, this side is ideal for nights when you need something quick. “People always want to know the secret to our wonderful carrots…here it is!” writes Linda Hoffman from Logansport, Indiana.

Tomatoes with Feta Cheese

Tomatoes with Feta Cheese

Tomatoes with Feta Cheese

Ruth Lee of Troy, Ontario serves this great combination as an easy and colorful salad. “I make this no-fuss dish at least once a month,” she writes. “It's a great way to use up fresh summer tomatoes and adds zip to winter tomatoes, too.”

Yellow Squash and Tomatoes

Yellow Squash and Tomatoes

Yellow Squash and Tomatoes

Kathy Smith of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania writes of her Yellow Squash and Tomatoes, “Don't be fooled by the simplicity; this is so good. I made it at least once a week last summer when the garden was producing squash, tomatoes and basil.”

Tangy Pasta 'n' Peas

Tangy Pasta 'n' Peas

Tangy Pasta 'n' Peas

“Fresh from the garden snow peas are wonderful for this,” writes Janice Mitchell of Aurora, Colorado,” but frozen ones are fine when the garden is covered with snow!”

Green Beans and Red Peppers

Green Beans and Red Peppers

Green Beans and Red Peppers

I believe that simple sides are best. These basic, but beautiful beans prove my theory correct!—Betty Ellis, Boaz, Alabama

Raspberry-Mallow Sweet Potatoes

Raspberry-Mallow Sweet Potatoes

Raspberry-Mallow Sweet Potatoes

My idea of fun is taking old, reliable recipes and creating new taste twists from them. This is one such success story. A classic holiday vegetable gets a delightful pick-me-up from raspberry preserves and marshmallow creme.—Darlene Godschalx, Prescott, Arizona

Creamy Pepper Penne

Creamy Pepper Penne

Creamy Pepper Penne

A flavorful sour cream sauce nicely coats every bite of penne pasta in this pleasing side dish. To turn it into an entree, stir in some cubed cooked chicken or cooked shrimp.—Deborah Wolf, Palmyra, New York

Maple Butternut Squash

Maple Butternut Squash

Maple Butternut Squash

For a simple, yet unique Thanksgiving side dish, try this spicy-sweet squash bake from Rene Powell of Annapolis, Maryland. “You can also substitute spaghetti squash or acorn squash, but butternut is our favorite,” says Rene.
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