Some guests attending your Thanksgiving meal may be vegetarian. Having options for them to choose from seems like it may be a chore, but, in reality, many of the side dishes are already vegetarian friendly. Here are the top five dishes you can serve at your Thanksgiving feast.
This year, skip the boring side salad. Gather vegetables like Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, broccoli and carrots to roast for a warm, healthy option. Season the vegetables with olive oil, rosemary, thyme and pepper before tossing them in the oven to roast.
Sweet Potato Salad
This colorful dish uses the bright orange potato that brightens up the table. Roast some potatoes and toss them with dried cranberries, pecans and feta cheese. Drizzle with a bit of maple syrup to bring it all together.
Beets and Goat Cheese
Bright red beets can leave your hands stained, but is well worth it for this dish. Roast peeled beets and slice them. Sprinkle creamy goat cheese and walnuts over the beets and finish it off with a touch of balsamic dressing.
Cheese Spaghetti Squash
Instead of heavy mac and cheese, try using spaghetti squash as your noodles. With a different taste than mac and cheese, the squash can be a little crunchy for added texture.
Using seasonal squash is perfect for Thanksgiving. Brush a mixture of lemon juice and maple syrup onto cut butternut squash and roast. This simple recipe will surely be a
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