Two easy vegetable side dish recipes with high ratings from the Food Network are Nate Appleman's roasted green beans with pancetta and yogurt and Ina Garten's sauteed carrots. Both recipes take less than 20 minutes to cook.
To make an easy rice pilaf, toast 1/2 cup of broken spaghetti noodles in butter for two minutes. Mix in 1/2 cup chopped onion, and cook for one minute before adding 1 cup of basmati rice, a dash of salt and allspice and cooking for two additional minutes. Combine with 2...
One easy-to-make side dish for chicken is called "the ultimate side dish." The recipe calls for things like green beans, sliced potatoes and cream of celery soup, and is ready in under an hour.
Some easy recipes for Japanese dishes include Grilled Japanese Eggplant from the Food Network, Japanese Cold Noodles from Epicurious, and Japanese Squash and Soba Noodle Soup from Martha Stewart. Many Japanese dishes utilize dashi, which is a Japanese sea stock that is ...
Some good Thanksgiving side dish recipes are Kraft’s Oven-Roasted Root Vegetables & Apples and Tyler Florence’s Mashed Potatoes. Other good Thanksgiving side dishes are stuffing, sweet potato casserole, cranberry relish, green bean casserole and scalloped potatoes.
Kraft Recipes' snap pea salad and Martha Stewart's hoisin-glazed eggplant and sauteed spinach with pancetta are three quick and easy side dishes. These vegetable-based dishes require minimal cooking.
Patrick and Gina Neely offer recipes for barbecue sides such as sweet and spicy coleslaw and barbecue baked beans. Both recipes are available on FoodNetwork.com.