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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.

Snappy Peas and Carrots

Snappy Peas and Carrots

Snappy Peas and Carrots

This brightly colored veggie side was stirred up by our home economists. It goes well with the peppery tenderloin.

Toasted Muesli

Toasted Muesli

Toasted Muesli

"Here's a healthy start to the day that can be made ahead, then the crisp mixture can be eaten quickly on the way to work or school," notes Jennifer Wilson, Vancouver, British Columbia.
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Easy Sesame Broccoli

Easy Sesame Broccoli

Easy Sesame Broccoli

For a time-saving addition to supper, Myra Innes seasons broccoli spears with lemon, soy sauce and sesame seeds. It's a nice change from plain broccoli," she writes from Auburn, Kansas.

Herbed Apricots 'n' Carrots

Herbed Apricots 'n' Carrots

Herbed Apricots 'n' Carrots

There's plenty of flavor in this bright side dish that's quick and easy to prepare but special enough for company. Jodi Rice of Appleton, Wisconsin seasons sliced carrots and dried apricots with a pleasant blend of dill, fennel, brown sugar and dry mustard.

Lemony Brussels Sprouts

Lemony Brussels Sprouts

Lemony Brussels Sprouts

This side dish is a fast and refreshing way to serve little cabbages. The buttery lemon sauce really brings out the flavor of the sprout. My youngest son loves them!—Joyce Guth, Mohnton, Pennsylvania

Saucy Green Beans

Saucy Green Beans

Saucy Green Beans

A special cooked sauce added to fresh green beans makes this a unique and hearty side dish and a pretty complement to any entree. -Hazel Holley, Samson, Alabama

Honey-Mustard Sprouts

Honey-Mustard Sprouts

Honey-Mustard Sprouts

"I like to make these special brussels sprouts when I need a fast dressed-up vegetable side dish," writes Karen Haen of Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. "The recipe is sized perfectly for a dinner for my husband, Gene, and me. And it's easy to triple when we're expecting guests."

Unfried Refried Beans

Unfried Refried Beans

Unfried Refried Beans

"Refried beans were a staple in our home when I was growing up, but the dish my dad made called for crisp bacon and bacon fat," writes Michelle Martinez of Albany, New York. "Being health-conscious, I lightened up the recipe and found that it remained as tasty as I remember from my childhood.

Tangy Sugar Snap Peas

Tangy Sugar Snap Peas

Tangy Sugar Snap Peas

Our Test Kitchen staff created this mouthwatering side dish that comes together quickly in the microwave. A sweet and tangy glaze complements the crisp peas and onion in this made-in-moments recipe.—Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Spiced Fruit Bake

Spiced Fruit Bake

Spiced Fruit Bake

Canned fruit makes this easy compote a snap to toss together. Gently spiced with cinnamon and nutmeg, the fruity blend makes a perfect breakfast medley on a chilly morning...or a comforting dessert anytime. Beverly Coyde of Gasport, New York shared the recipe.
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