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Thanksgiving Side Dishes

Looking for Thanksgiving side dishes? Get easy to make Thanksgiving side dishes. Taste of Home has Thanksgiving side dish recipes including Thanksgiving vegetable sides, stuffing, and more Thanksgiving side dishes.

Green Beans with Basil

Green Beans with Basil

Green Beans with Basil

These crisp-tender beans are accented with garlic, rosemary, basil, onion and celery.—Laurel Leslie, Sonora, California

Corn Bread Dressing for a Crowd

Corn Bread Dressing for a Crowd

Corn Bread Dressing for a Crowd

At least 10 of us women made this old-fashioned dressing to feed over 1,500 people at our church's fall festival. Everyone thought it was wonderful. It's the best dressing I've ever made.—Patty Kierce, Weir, Texas

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
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Apple Sweet Potato Side

Apple Sweet Potato Side

Apple Sweet Potato Side

Mother never used a recipe, so for years, there were no written instructions to make this dish. When the memories of this Thanksgiving side dish began to haunt me, I set out to duplicate this comfort food, which took me many tries. It bakes in the oven with other foods, needing little attention. -Opal Sanders, Glouster, Ohio

Sweet Potato Pineapple Bake

Sweet Potato Pineapple Bake

Sweet Potato Pineapple Bake

Not only is this side yummy, but it's quick because it calls for canned yams, I got the idea from my sister...I just added the pineapple.—May Evans, Corinth, Kentucky

Citrus Sweet Potatoes

Citrus Sweet Potatoes

Citrus Sweet Potatoes

A mild orange glaze lets the taste of sweet potatoes shine through in this nut-topped side dish. "When I was dating my husband, my mother would make this whenever he'd come over for Sunday dinner," recalls Pauline Kelley of St. Peters, Missouri. "We've been married more than 40 years and he thinks I can make it almost as good as Mom did."

Brussels Sprouts with Garlic

Brussels Sprouts with Garlic

Brussels Sprouts with Garlic

"These brussels sprouts are special enough for company—I like to serve them for Thanksgiving dinner," says Myra Innes from Auburn, Kansas. "If you can't find fresh sprouts, try using the frozen one."

Green Beans with Peppers

Green Beans with Peppers

Green Beans with Peppers

Our Test Kitchen concocted this festive-looking side dish that's a snap to make for a holiday dinner or an everyday meal.

Cheesy Chive Potatoes

Cheesy Chive Potatoes

Cheesy Chive Potatoes

These potatoes are a speedy side dish that complements most any entree. Feta cheese adds a rich zesty flavor. A neighbor supplies me with garden-fresh chives, but you can use frozen or dried chives for more convenience.—Jean Komlos, Plymouth, Michigan

Cranberry Relish Mold

Cranberry Relish Mold

Cranberry Relish Mold

This cranberry salad was a recipe from my mother's family, and we have served it at New Braunfels Smokehouse for as long as any of us can remember.—Wanna Wade, San Angelo, Texas

Asian Wild Rice Casserole

Asian Wild Rice Casserole

Asian Wild Rice Casserole

Here's a fun way to jazz up wild rice. Soy sauce and chicken bouillon add plenty of flavor, while celery, mushrooms and water chestnuts help dress it up. "My husband and two adult children love this delicious side dish," comments Joyce Bodle, Enumclaw, Washington. "It's convenient, too, because you can make it a day ahead."
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