A sweet and savory dish that’s bursting with flavor! Cipollini onions are easy to prepare, whether for a weeknight meal or a holiday spread. Enjoy them with fresh rosemary and a balsamic glaze!
“Eat your vegetables!” is probably being announced around someone’s dinner table even as you’re reading this post! Why is it our kids seem to be turned off by anything green on their plates? I think it’s because often good tasting side dishes aren’t being served. Here you’ll find lots of easy side dish options.
Green beans sautéed with buttery toasted almonds is a classic French side dish that’s simple to prepare, yet elegant enough for a fancy dinner. Green Beans Almondine — or as the French say, haricots vert amandine — is usually reserved for holiday entertaining, but these delicious green beans deserve to be enjoyed year-round!
Naturally sweet and gluten free, grilled corn in foil couldn’t be any simpler or tastier. Slather fresh ears of corn on the cob with my simple Parmesan herb butter, wrap them in foil, and toss on a hot grill. Twenty minutes later you’ll be enjoying some of Summer’s best flavors!
Fresh green beans and bacon meet up in your Instant Pot to make this traditional, farm-style, favorite quick and delicious. These Instant Pot Green Beans deliver all the savory flavor and tender texture of green beans that have simmered for hours.
Contrary to popular belief, this fresh corn side dish doesn’t get its origins in the South, but we sure like to claim it as our own. Corn succotash combines all the goodness of summer — sweet corn, lima beans, and cherry tomatoes — into one colorful dish that’s equally tasty served hot or at room …
Put mustard on broccoli or cauliflower? No way! But wait… don’t be so quick to turn up your nose! Lemon Mustard Roasted Broccoli and Cauliflower is not only surprisingly delicious, it’s a quick and easy no-fuss side dish that you’re sure to make again and again.
All you need is 5-minutes and a food processor to make the easiest and freshest dish on your holiday table! Sweet, tart, and delicious Cranberry Orange Relish is the best no-cook accompaniment for your Thanksgiving turkey or Christmas ham.
Get the best of both spuds—creamy mashed potatoes and crispy French fries—in today’s Lemon Garlic Smashed Potatoes recipe. These garlic smashed potatoes made with Baby Yukon gold potatoes are tender on the inside, yet crispy on the outside.
Cook Roasted Okra with Warm Bacon Vinaigrette in a cast-iron skillet on top of the stove until it is tender and slightly charred, then top with an amazing honey-mustard-bacon dressing and more crumbled bacon.
Crispy on the outside, tender in the middle, and full of flavor! Caramelized Brussels sprouts with bacon and zesty garlic aioli is sure to become a new favorite! Make this as an easy appetizer or side dish.