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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.

Duchess Potatoes

Duchess Potatoes

Duchess Potatoes

Although they might sound fussy to fix, these spuds are really a cinch from start to finish, according to the CT kitchen staff. All you need to do is mash the potatoes, pipe the mixture into fun designs using cake-decorating tools, then bake.

Sauteed Apples and Raisins

Sauteed Apples and Raisins

Sauteed Apples and Raisins

On a chilly morning, this fruity side dish warms you up. It complements just about anything you'd choose to serve for breakfast or brunch, such as the German Pancake or an egg dish or slices of warmed Canadian bacon. -Renae Moncur, Burley, Idaho

Fried Potatoes

Fried Potatoes

Fried Potatoes

"Don't forget fried potatoes-they're a wonderful way to use up leftovers," reminds Judy Scholovich from our test kitchen. "Ready in just seconds, they taste great with breakfast or as a side dish for supper."
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Candied Carrots

Candied Carrots

Candied Carrots

When I was a girl, Mother made carrots taste more like candy than a vegetable with this recipe. She'd serve them, garnished with parsley, in a pretty bowl. They looked too good to eat - but that didn't stop us! -Helen Vail, Glenside, Pennsylvania

Cottontail Carrots

Cottontail Carrots

Cottontail Carrots

Glistening with a subtly sweet glaze, these scrumptious carrots are sure to become an often-requested dish on special occasions. They take only minutes to cook in the microwave.

Dilly Green Beans

Dilly Green Beans

Dilly Green Beans

Relates field editor Anne Mitchell of Mesa, Arizona, "My family eats a lot of vegetables. I credit this to creative seasonings. These beans don't last long."

Italian Vegetable Saute

Italian Vegetable Saute

Italian Vegetable Saute

"This speedy side dish is loaded with flavor," comments Kenda Nicholson, Honey Grove, Texas. "It's a wonderful way to use up garden bounty—the recipe was the result of an abundant crop of green peppers my parents grew."

Simple Green Beans

Simple Green Beans

Simple Green Beans

Simple seasonings give the popular vegetable a distinctive, tasty twist. They go well with many meals.—Marge Killmon, Annandale, Virginia

Mom's Vegetable Medley

Mom's Vegetable Medley

Mom's Vegetable Medley

A colorful mix of zucchini, onion, celery, green pepper and tomato is at its tasty best in this simple side dish. Mom came up with this recipe as a way to use up her garden vegetables. It has the taste of summer.—Sue Gronholz, Beaver Dam, Wisconsin

Zucchini Bake

Zucchini Bake

Zucchini Bake

In Carmel, Maine, Jacquelyn Smith dresses up garden-fresh zucchini with mushrooms, onion, cheddar cheese and a hint of basil. "I let everyone season their own servings of this side dish with salt and pepper at the table," she adds.

Summer's Bounty Soup

Summer's Bounty Soup

Summer's Bounty Soup

Lots of wonderfully fresh-tasting vegetables are showcased in this chunky soup sent by Victoria Zmarzley-Hahn of Northampton, Pennsylvania. "It's a great way to use up summer's excess produce," she explains. "And it's so versatile—you can add or delete just about any vegetable."
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