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.
Easy side dish recipes for Thanksgiving dinner include cornbread stuffing, basic stuffing, green beans and mushrooms, sweet potato casserole, and congealed cranberry salad. These recipes use ingredients that are readily available at grocery stores, and preparation time ...
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.
Food Network has simple side dishes, including Parmesan-Roasted Broccoli and Sunny's Easy Baked Beans. The former serves 6 people, and the latter serves around 8 to 10 people.
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...
Side dishes made with potatoes pair well fish. Potato dishes can be made using russet, sweet, Yukon gold or red potatoes, and can be baked, roasted or grilled.
Rice and dinner rolls are two side dishes that go well with stew. Both help soak up extra gravy and sauce while adding bulk to the meal to make a single stew dish stretch to more servings.