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Side Dish Recipes

Discover the perfect accompaniment for your next meal with these delicious side dishes. Find potato, rice and vegetable side dishes as well as side dishes for chicken, fish, steak, ham and more. Browse the best recipes for easy and healthy side dishes.

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Twice-Baked Cheddar Potato Casserole

Twice-Baked Cheddar Potato Casserole

Twice-Baked Cheddar Potato Casserole

Bacon, cheddar and sour cream turn ordinary potatoes into an extraordinary twice baked potato casserole. It's one of our family's beloved standards for the holidays. —Kyle Cox, Scottsdale, Arizona

Glazed Sweet Potatoes

Glazed Sweet Potatoes

Glazed Sweet Potatoes

Fresh sweet potatoes Mom grew disappeared fast at our family table when she served them with this easy, flavorful glaze. She still makes them this way, and now they've become favorites with her grandchildren as well! —Rosemary Pryor, Pasadena, Maryland

Italian Mushrooms

Italian Mushrooms

Italian Mushrooms

Only four ingredients create a rich and flavorful side dish that we love to eat with beef and mashed potatoes. —Kim Reichert, St. Paul, Minnesota
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Apple Dumpling Bake

Apple Dumpling Bake

Apple Dumpling Bake

I received this recipe from a friend of mine, then tweaked it to suit my family's tastes. Mountain Dew is the "secret" ingredient in this rich apple dessert that's a snap to make. —Chris Shields, Monrovia, Indiana

Hearty Baked Beans

Hearty Baked Beans

Hearty Baked Beans

This saucy dish is flavorful and filling, chock-full of ground beef, bacon and four varieties of beans. I've had the recipe for years, and I make it often for big appetites at home and for potlucks at work and church. —Cathy Swancutt, Junction City, Oregon

Sausage Spinach Bake

Sausage Spinach Bake

Sausage Spinach Bake

A friend gave me the recipe for this delicious dish, which uses a packaged stuffing mix. A salad and bread of your choice is all you’ll need for a filling lunch or dinner. It’s so versatile, you can even serve it at brunch. –Kathleen Grant, Swan Lake, Montana

Oven-Fried Potatoes

Oven-Fried Potatoes

Oven-Fried Potatoes

These tasty potatoes are a family favorite. They're easy to make and travel well to potlucks. We enjoy them as part of a hearty breakfast or alongside meat for supper. —Delores Billings, Koksilah, British Columbia

Peppery Scalloped Potatoes

Peppery Scalloped Potatoes

Peppery Scalloped Potatoes

Mother knew these rich, hearty potatoes are excellent on a cold day since the cayenne pepper warms you up. Once the first of us eight kids picked up this dish, it didn't hit the table again until we all had big servings. -Helen Vail, Glenside, Pennsylvania

Bacon Mac & Cheese

Bacon Mac & Cheese

Bacon Mac & Cheese

Jalapeno pepper adds an extra kick to this bacon mac and cheese, giving it great grown-up taste. I serve this comforting dish throughout the year.—Shelly Boehm, South Bend, Indiana

Party Carrots

Party Carrots

Party Carrots

People who don’t like carrots often change their minds after tasting this easy-to-fix dish. It’s nice for potlucks because you can prepare it ahead of time. —Bertha Johnson, Indianapolis, Indiana

Baked Rice Pilaf

Baked Rice Pilaf

Baked Rice Pilaf

I'm always in search of inexpensive yet delicious like this one to serve at potlucks. This fluffy rice dish tastes as good as it looks.—Sheree Feero, Golden, Colorado

Coconut Clouds

Coconut Clouds

Coconut Clouds

Coconut lovers will have extra reason to celebrate when they taste these cake-like drop cookies. The generous frosting and coconut topping make them a hit at holiday cookie swaps. —Donna Scofield, Yakima, Washington

Pretzel-Topped Sweet Potatoes

Pretzel-Topped Sweet Potatoes

Pretzel-Topped Sweet Potatoes

Friends I've shared this recipe with say it's their favorite way to serve sweet potatoes. I like to make it for brunch as a colorful go-with dish. The mingled sweet, tart and salty tastes are an unusual treat. —Sue Mallory, Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Cabbage Casserole

Cabbage Casserole

Cabbage Casserole

Even those who don't care for cabbage will enjoy it make this way. This tangy, creamy, comforting side dish goes exceptionally well with pork roast. —Ruby Williams, Bogalusa, Louisiana
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