When it comes to side dishes for Thanksgiving there are no hard and fast rules. So if you've come unstuck and are looking for a last mintue solution think outside box, think about the veg you have available at home and keep it simple, colourful and plentiful.
We've compiled 10 delicious and classic side dishes for Thanksgiving so you can take your pick from simple mash to bakes, casseroles, stuffing and soufflé. These dishes are require relatively few ingredients and most are ready in less than half an hour leaving you time to enjoy a stress free day.
Love them or hate them, brussels are a staple of any Thanksgiving. Pair them with chestnuts in this dish with the added twist of balsamic cream and you'll tempt even the most ardent of brussels objectors.
These three stuffings are easy enough to make with most ingredients you'll have knocking around in the pantry around this time. Classic crowdpleasers they draw on all those seasonal flavours making Thanksgiving memories.
Got the oven on already? Once you've par cooked the sweet potatoes it's simply a case of slicing and layering them into a dish along with a slug of fresh orange juice and maple syrup, add butter and pecans and bake for 15 minutes. Hey presto a sweet and colourful side that will make a great addition to the Thanksgiving table.
Goes without saying, cranberry sauce is one of those unegotiable classics that will be expected at the Thanksgiving spread. Making up your own batch is surprisingly simple and will always impress your guests you've gone to that extra effort.
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