Thanksgiving Side Dishes that Steal the Show

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And just like that, it’s November. If you’re like us, that means you’re probably planning your Thanksgiving feast.

Whether you’re searching for Thanksgiving classics, healthy alternatives or an entirely new recipe, we have it all. Check out these Thanksgiving sides that might just outshine the turkey.

Stovetop Green Bean Casserole

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Green bean casserole is a Thanksgiving classic. It’s got great flavor, incredible texture and a nice presentation. If you haven’t had it at your Thanksgiving feast before, or if you’re just looking for the perfect recipe to use this year, try Food52’s take with the stovetop green bean casserole.

While the traditional casserole calls for canned green beans and store-bought fried onions, this recipe uses fresh ingredients and is made entirely from scratch. This means the final result is that much more rich, creamy and flavorful.

Sweet Potatoes with Charred Lemons and Crunchies

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If potatoes are a family favorite in your house, you have to try these sweet potatoes with charred lemons and crunchies from Bon Appétit.

Bold, filling and nutty—these potatoes are expertly roasted with charred hazelnuts and lemons for a sharp, sweet and crunchy taste. Served with a cool, lemony yogurt to balance out the flavors, this recipe is sure to steal the spotlight.

Spice Roasted Butternut Squash

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Looking for a healthier alternative to sweet potatoes without sacrificing on flavor? Try this spice roasted butternut squash recipe from Food & Wine.

Seasoned with cumin, coriander, cayenne, salt and pepper, the natural sweetness of the squash is balanced perfectly by the savory spices. What’s more? The recipe is easy to make, requiring little prep work and just a few simple ingredients.

Pull Apart Sour Cream and Chive Rolls

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Want to impress everyone at Thanksgiving this year? Try your hand at these pull-apart sour cream and chive rolls from Bon Appétit and you’re sure to be crowned the family chef in no time.

Made with tangy sour cream and boasting a light, oniony flavor, these velvety dinner rolls are the perfect complement to any Thanksgiving meal. Fresh out of the oven, they’re brushed with melted butter and sprinkled with sea salt and pepper. They’re so good, you might just have trouble getting your guests to eat anything else.

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