A turkey can't just sit alone on the table. Here are some recipes for Thanksgiving's most popular side dishes.
Tuesday, November 20, 2012
What would a turkey be on Thanksgiving without its faithful side companions? Often more popular than the turkey itself, stuffing, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce and other favorites are staples of the food coma-inducing meal. Try one of the recipes below to bring a new taste to your Thanksgiving feast. Roasted Winter Squash Gauge the amount of squash you’ll need by allowing 1 small squash (acorn and butternut are good choices) for every four people. Cut each squash in half lengthwise and remove seeds. Brush sides and inner cavity with olive oil and place flesh-side down on a lightly-oiled baking sheet. Roast for approximately 45 minutes or until flesh is very soft and easy pulls away from the skin. After removing squash from oven, let …
Overwhelmed, mystified and wondering what to pull out of your recipe index this Thanksgiving to please the family? Look no further than the West Roxbury recipe swap!
It’s that time of year when the most experienced cook reaches for inspiration and the novice cook gets flummoxed by the demands of the Thanksgiving Day table. Interested in trying something new? Share your favorite Thanksgiving Day recipe with fellow Patch readers. Not everyone can be Martha Stewart, but if we all put our heads together, we might collectively create a meal to remember. This is a delicious and exotic sweet potato recipe that does not use butter, sugar or marshmallows. Roasted Sweet Potatoes with a Kick * four cups of sweet potatoes, peeled and cubed * 1/2 cup coconut milk * 2 Tbs. olive oil * 2 Tbs. cumin * dash of salt and pepper Preheat oven to 420 degrees. Mix coconut and oil and add sweet potatoes. Roll sweet potatoes…