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Valentine's Day Side Dish Recipes

Looking for Valentine's Day side dish recipes? Get easy to make Valentine's Day side dish recipes. Taste of Home has side dish recipes for Valentine's Day including rice sides, beans, potatoes, and more Valentine's Day side dish recipes.

Herbed Potato Fans

Herbed Potato Fans

Herbed Potato Fans

This tasty twist on baked potatoes makes mealtime feel special. Pair them with steaks or pork chops; you'll love the change of pace. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Light Rosemary Red Potatoes

Light Rosemary Red Potatoes

Light Rosemary Red Potatoes

“The delicious combination of roasted garlic, rosemary and potatoes will make your whole house smell wonderful,” Sally Ridenour attests from Salem, Oregon. “Try this dish with grilled steak or roasted chicken.”

Artichokes with Tarragon Butter

Artichokes with Tarragon Butter

Artichokes with Tarragon Butter

“Artichokes are fun to prepare and eat as an appetizer or side dish. Serve each person a small bowl of herby butter to dip the leaves in.”
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Asparagus with Sesame Seeds

Asparagus with Sesame Seeds

Asparagus with Sesame Seeds

Crisp asparagus is topped with soy sauce and sesame seeds in this delightful dish our Test Kitchen shares.

Parmesan Rice Pilaf

Parmesan Rice Pilaf

Parmesan Rice Pilaf

MY Mom found this recipe in a local newspaper years ago and it has been one of our favorite side dishes for a long time. The original recipe was a little bland, so I have doctored it up a little. Sometimes I make more than I need for one meal so I can have leftovers.

Roasted Asparagus with Feta

Roasted Asparagus with Feta

Roasted Asparagus with Feta

Pretty and festive, this simple-to-make side dish is delicious right out of the oven. —Phyllis Schmalz, Kansas City, Kansas

Tomatoes Rockefeller

Tomatoes Rockefeller

Tomatoes Rockefeller

This side dish from Linda Roberson of Collierville, Tenessee goes great with a variety of meats, especially beef. "The topping freezes well and may be spread thinner to cover more tomato slices, if needed,” she adds. —

Sweet-Sour Green Beans

Sweet-Sour Green Beans

Sweet-Sour Green Beans

This is a recipe my mother served to family and friends–it has a very nice blend of sweet and sour flavors. I often take this dish to picnics and church dinners as it can be served warm or cold...delicious either way.—Claire Moser, Middletown, Maryland

Basil Baked Tomatoes

Basil Baked Tomatoes

Basil Baked Tomatoes

This recipe has been in our family for many years. My mother brought it with her when she came to the United States from Italy. When tomatoes are plentiful, this is a great way to serve them. —Mary Detzi, Wind Gap, Pennsylvania

Angel Hair with Walnuts

Angel Hair with Walnuts

Angel Hair with Walnuts

“I worked in an Italian restaurant that served pasta with olive oil, garlic and a sprinkling of walnuts. I enjoyed the medley so much that I developed this recipe for an important dinner—and it was a hit,” writes Nancy Beckman from Helena, Montana.
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