Mardi Gras Side Dishes

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Jambalaya

Jambalaya

Jambalaya

From her home in Topeka, Kansas, subscriber Betty May shares her recipe for quick-to-cook jambalaya. "Unlike some versions, this one doesn't have to simmer for hours," she notes. "Folks who like their food a bit spicy are sure to enjoy it. Jalapeno and cayenne pepper add some zip to the shrimp and chicken."

Roasted Cajun Potatoes

Roasted Cajun Potatoes

Roasted Cajun Potatoes

These nicely seasoned potatoes pair especially well with grilled pork chops or ribs. —Tamra Duncan

Creole Corn

Creole Corn

Creole Corn

Colorful veggies combine with bay leaf and bacon in this zippy Southern-style side dish from field editor Joyce Turley of Slaughters, Kentucky.

Spicy Asparagus Spears

Spicy Asparagus Spears

Spicy Asparagus Spears

This no-fuss dish gets its zippy taste from Cajun seasoning and crushed red pepper flakes. Even those who don't like asparagus will enjoy these buttery spears.

Irish Spud Strips

Irish Spud Strips

Irish Spud Strips

"I came up with this recipe by sheer luck when I was trying to create a good tasting yet different side dish," explains Naomi Kay Smith of Canandaigua, New York. She tosses the crisp fries with Cajun seasoning and Parmesan cheese. "They're a bit hit with my family."

Deluxe Corn Bread Stuffing

Deluxe Corn Bread Stuffing

Deluxe Corn Bread Stuffing

When my husband and I were newlyweds and far from family, we invited friends over for a traditional Thanksgiving feast. I searched for stuffing recipes and combined the best aspects of several to create this one. Everyone liked it, and I still make it for holidays.

Turkey with Corn Bread Dressing

Turkey with Corn Bread Dressing

Turkey with Corn Bread Dressing

Nothing gets family hanging around the kitchen like the aroma of a turkey stuffed with savory dressing roasting in the oven. Drizzled with hot gravy, it tastes even better than it smells!

Black-Eyed Peas with Bacon

Black-Eyed Peas with Bacon

Black-Eyed Peas with Bacon

A real Southern favorite, black-eyed peas are traditionally served on New Year's Day to bring good luck. My mother's recipe with bacon, garlic and thyme makes them extra special. —Ruby Williams, Bogalusa, Louisiana

Succotash

Succotash

Succotash

You can't get more "Southern" than succotash. This recipe comes from my mother, who was a fantastic cook. This dish made her famous at least with everyone who ever tasted it.

Hearty Red Beans and Rice

Hearty Red Beans and Rice

Hearty Red Beans and Rice

I picked up this recipe while working for the Navy in New Orleans. It's a mouthwatering combination of meats, beans and seasonings. I take this dish to many potlucks and never fail to bring home an empty pot.— Kathy Jacques, Chesterfield, Michigan

Creole Green Beans

Creole Green Beans

Creole Green Beans

Even though our children are grown, my husband and I remain busy. So we rely on speedy recipes that call for everyday ingredients. This peppery treatment really wakes up green beans. It makes enough that we have leftovers, which is helpful since our schedules sometimes keep us from eating together. —Sue Kuhn, Dublin, Ohio
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