Green beans and tomatoes are seasoned with Italian seasonings, and tossed with sliced almonds.
A simple, sweet stuffing that may be used as a side dish, or to fill the bird.
Savory, yet sweet, this cornbread dressing will satisfy anyone's appetite. 2 teaspoons dried parsley flakes can be substituted for fresh parsley.
Taste-test this winning main-dish salad, Apple-Pecan Chicken Slaw. If you don't have leftover chicken, purchase a rotisserie roast chicken at the store, and use the meat in the salad. Complement the homey flavors of the salad with flaky buttermilk biscuits, hot-from-the-oven-irresistible, served with tart-sweet lemon curd.
Sweet potatoes are baked with raisins and chopped pecans in this side dish that's satisfying and not too sweet. A syrup mixture is drizzled over the top as a glaze.
This fragrant dish, studded with apricots, raisins and cranberries, develops a crust on the bottom, which is broken up and served over the rice. It dish pairs beautifully with roast lamb, beef and chicken.
This Turkish-inspired pilaf is substantial enough to be a main course - serve with a tossed salad to round out the meal.
A new recipe a neighbor gave us. What a hit with my family. Just the right mixture of garlic and cashews with our favorite side dish, broccoli. And, so very easy to make!! If in a pinch, you could probably use frozen broccoli too, but I haven't tried.
A new twist on a squash dish! The vegetables can be made 4 hours ahead. Just reheat, stir in the pecans, and serve. Originally submitted to ThanksgivingRecipe.com.
Caramelizing is a delicious treatment for the often maligned Brussels sprout. The onion and vinegar add bite, while the pistachios add crunch.