Must-Try Thanksgiving Recipes
Deep-Fried Turkey: Deep-fried turkey on Thanksgiving? You bet! What other method cooks a whole turkey in 35 minutes? But, be sure you use the right equipment — it will make all the difference. The sturdy construction and easy assembly of a turkey deep-fryer takes your traditional turkey and turns it into something unique. The other bonus of frying? It makes room in the oven for all your delicious side dishes and pies.
Green and yellow Bean Salad: Showcase fresh seasonal vegetables like green beans and corn in this light, colorful salad that’s great for summer barbecues.
Butternut Squash Soup: This fresh-squash recipe is delicious and versatile. It makes a gorgeous family dinner soup-eaters will love to customize with their favorite toppings. Or, stir in a splash of dry sherry and serve it in tiny glass cups, such as shot glasses, for a stunning appetizer. Garnish with a sprinkling of herbs.
Potato Gratin: This delicious potato dish from the south of France comes together in minutes. It a perfect side dish for chicken or fish, but also makes and elegant brunch dish when served with poached eggs.
Gingered Squash & Apple Soup: This easy soup is delicious. It pulls together Fall flavors and ingredients for a perfect Thanksgiving soup
Classic Sage and Sausage Dressing: If desired, dried or fresh fruits and nuts can be folded into the stuffing along with the bread cubes for added flavor and texture
Parmesan Seed Rolls: We’ve got the need for seed. Flax, chia, poppy, sesame, sunflower and flax, just to name a few. Try featuring one or all in this easy and delish Parmesan seed roll recipe. They’re the perfect start to an incredible holiday meal and can be served warm on your table in under 15 minutes.
Caramel Pumpkin Biscotti Bliss: End the night with a twist on a classic Thanksgiving dessert
Classic Pecan Pie: It’s impossible to go wrong with pecan pie. Especially one that is really loaded with nuts and isn’t overly sweet—exactly like this one.