Non-Traditional Thanksgiving Dishes to Try
We all have our favorite dish at Thanksgiving: green bean casserole, creamy pumpkin pie, mashed and sweet potatoes, just to name a few. However, it never hurts to try new dishes or switch up your favorites. We’ve gathered a few non-traditional dishes for you to try this Thanksgiving.
Roasted Pumpkin with Chili Yogurt and Coriander Sauce
This simple, flavorful dish is sure to impress guests while adding a pop of color to your feast. You get the earthy, spice flavor profile with just the right amount of heat from the yogurt/Siracha
drizzle. Find the recipe here.
Fried Mashed Potato Balls
A twist on a classic. Mix it up this Thanksgiving with this scrumptious, cheesy-bacon-potato filled bite of magic. These will quickly become a repeat favorite every year. Try it here.
Bacon-and-Cheese Brussels Sprouts Casserole
Even if you aren’t a brussels sprouts fan, this dish might just change your mind. Anything covered in bacon and cheese is worth a shot. Give it a try.
Slow Cooker Cranberry Apple Cider
This drink is the perfect way to warm up after a full day of playing outside in the brisk, fall air. It’s also great for filling your home with seasonal aromas, which are bound to put you in the holiday mood. Find the recipe here.
Pomegranate, Pear & Pistachio Salad
This is the time of year when you’re surrounded by rich foods, which can be overly tempting. Try this light and fresh side, full of flavor and texture, before you dive back in for your third helping of mashed potatoes. Here’s the recipe. ‘
Rosemary, Maple Cornbread Muffins
You can have regular, old rolls any time of year. This Thanksgiving try these homemade, cornbread muffins with delicious, maple undertones. Recipe here.
Roasted Butternut Squash Lasagna
A classic Italian dish meets classic Thanksgiving flavors. You’re sure to impress your guests with your homemade pasta skills. Get the recipe here.
Who can resist a cannoli? Now just add some pumpkin filling and chocolate chips and you’ve got yourself a winner! Recipe is here.