The sprout, the bean, and the bitter grean: the fresh flavors of green vegetables are an essential part of the Thanksgiving plate.
"I can't believe green bean casserole is light!"
It is, and has none of the mush sometimes found in this classic American dish. You almost can't have too many vegetable side dishes, starting with those little green cruciferous Brussels sprouts. Do cook more than one ...
Here's a deliciously updated version of the classic, with fresh green beans and wine-infused mushrooms. We just had to keep
the fried onion topping, which is arguably the best part.
View Recipe: Green Bean Casserole with Madeira Mushrooms
When did the lowly sprout become a side dish superstar? This was a happy turn of events: It's a flavor-packed veggie that
is both meaty and pleasingly bitter when sautéed or roasted, perfect for pairing with smoky bacon.
View Recipe: Brussels Sprouts with Bacon, Garlic, and Shallots
If your audience favors a creamier approach, serve Swiss chard enriched with crème fraîche—a dish that's ready in about 15
View Recipe: Swiss Chard with Crème Fraîche
Tangy and delicious: these green beans are simple, yet elegant.
View Recipe: Balsamic-Glazed Green Beans and Pearl Onions
Bring some bold Italian flavor to your holiday table with this speedy stovetop side. The recipe, which serves six, doubles
easily if serving a larger crowd.
View Recipe: Spicy Sautéed Broccoli Rabe with Garlic