Here’s a to a lighter, simpler menu for Thanksgiving! Well, maybe not the cheesecake but it’s a holiday so don’t sweat it. For me the key word this year is SIMPLIFY! Herb Roasted Turkey and Gravy Cornbread Sausage Stuffing with Apples Make Ahead Mashed Potatoes Green Beans with Toasted Almonds and Rosemary Sweet Potato Salad with …
Vegetables and Side Dishes
And amazingly, married to an Italian as I am, there is no red sauce, no ricotta, no mozzarella but boy, oh boy is there incredible flavor. Savory bites of mushroom, creamy nutmeg scented béchamel (which is just a fancy name for white sauce), a hint of garlic and lots of freshly grated parmesan cheese. It’s not low calorie but it might just make you swoon. It freezes brilliantly if you have some left over. Which I sincerely doubt. It’s the perfect vegetarian option for your Thanksgiving feast. Rich and creamy and supremely decadent. Even the turkey lovers will want a piece!
Crispy on the outside, soft on the inside, stuffed with cheese, breadcrumbs and parsley (or chives) and bathed in butter. Pure potato heaven. A little labor intensive but when they open up into that lovely accordion shape it really is exciting as you are anticipating every crispy, cheesy bite!
Kale chips – easy, healthy, delicious, crispy and addicting!
Easy and delicious oven dried tomatoes you can make at home!