If you’re in the market for an easy appetizer, look no further than these easy Oven Baked Toasted Ravioli. Only four ingredients, and we’ve ditched all the extra grease that comes with frying. Crispy, golden brown on the outside, with a gooey cheese center- these bites are begging to be dipped in cool marinara sauce and gobbled right on up.
Potatoes are a pretty common occurrence on our dinner table, but certain recipes take them above and beyond. These boiled Syracuse style salt potatoes are a regional specialty that everyone should know & love. Potatoes cooked in a heavily brined water result in the creamiest potatoes we’ve ever experienced, with less starch. This is the potato recipe bandwagon you want to jump on.
Utilize your smoker to make a brand new addition to the side dish game. With a rich butter bath, these Butter Braised Smoked Green Beans are simply seasoned, but bursting with flavor. They’re a side dish that was born to be a stand out, and pair perfectly with a wide variety of meaty entrees.
Long maligned, sprouts have been given new life in recent years. These Cream Braised Brussels Sprouts are the best version we’ve discovered to send out as an emissary to the world. Pan roasted, simmered in cream until fork tender, and finished off with a dash of lemon juice, salt, and some pepper- they’re a magical side dish made in a sauce pan.
Looking for a new way to impress guests with a delicious side dish? Look no further than Grandma’s Southern Creamed Corn Pudding. Surprisingly simple & using pantry staples, it pairs perfectly with just about any meat- especially around the Holidays.
Green beans don’t have to be freshly snapped to be chock full of flavor, or appropriate for Holiday dinners. Grandma’s Canned Green Beans are so good, I’m proud to serve them at my table any dinner of the year. It helps that they’re also secretly easy enough for even busy weeknights too!
Want to infuse your meal time with all things Fall? On top of the traditional sides, you’ll want to include these Pumpkin Parmesan Twice Baked Potatoes on your menu. Crisp, russet potato shells are filled with a savor mixture of whipped potatoes, smooth pumpkin, warm sage, and tangy Parmesan cheese. It’s a seasonal spin on the classic baked potato that doesn’t disappoint.
Looking for something more filling than a cold bowl of cereal, or heartier than frozen pastries for busy breakfasts? These Instant Pot Quick Oats with Apples, Walnuts, & Honey are a healthy, easily customizable way to start the day and make everyone happy, and in 5 minutes no less.
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