These yuzu miso roasted potatoes are crispy, salty, with just a hint of brightness from the yuzu miso. Make this flavorful potato side dish your Thanksgiving side dish this year!
Based on the Food52 lemon-saffron potatoes recipe, these potatoes and sprouts are tossed in a buttery saffron broth and served with a healthy amount of pepper flakes.
If you’re looking to serve the fluffiest and most luxurious Thanksgiving mashed potatoes this year, this saffron mashed potato recipe is for you.
Looking for an autumn take on a classic? This easy pistachio hummus is served with baked squash fries for a delicious, autumnal snack. This will be your new favorite pistachio recipe!
Snow pea tips are sweet and earthy and work well when paired with minced hot peppers and garlic.
After you make this harissa mac ‘n cheese, you’ll never want to go back to the regular version – the spiciness from the harissa works perfectly with the creamy béchamel sauce.
I was invited to two separate Hanukkah parties and although I am not Jewish, I whipped up this Jewish potato salad recipe for both and it was a big hit. If you are in need of a Hanukkah recipe or anytime potato salad recipe, I highly recommend this one!
Sesame quail eggs are kicked up with a bit of heat from Thai chilis and served over sauteed broccoli for a simple dish that would pair perfectly with rice.
Although not a true gratin due to the lack of cheese and breadcrumbs, this casserole made with thinly sliced potatoes, creamy béchamel sauce, and truffle oil is a delicious take on a classic recipe.
This is the perfect way to upgrade glazed carrots at Thanksgiving – you get a little sweet, a little spicy, and the fluffy decadence of whipped ricotta cheese.
This is another amazing Thanksgiving Day side dish recipe option that’s super easy to prepare and would be a nice substitute for those looking to avoid mashed potatoes this year!
This roasted harissa-maple carrot puree combines the best flavors – sweet, spicy, creamy, and smoky – thanks to harissa, maple syrup, and Mascarpone cheese.