Food Network UK | TV Channel | Easy Recipes, TV Shows and Videos | Food Network UKFrom appetizers and flavor-packed main dishes to mouthwatering Christmas desserts , festive food is the star of this joyful family meal. The main course may catch your eye first shout out to prime rib, turkey, ham , of whatever you may serve for Christmas dinner but these Christmas side dishes are what actually fill your plate and stomach. But your prime rib deserves some amazing sides, so bring on the flavor-packed, super easy dishes that are sure to please the whole family. Round out your holiday feast with any of these gorgeous recipes — potatoes , greens, butternut squash , and more. This elegant twist on a Caesar salad will ensure that everyone eats their greens this Christmas.
Tasty Holiday Sides & Desserts
54 Christmas Side Dishes You Need In Your Holiday Spread
These spectacular potato side dishes just might steal the show from your main dish. These red-skinned mashed potatoes are just the creamiest! Photo by Alex Lau, styling by Rick Martinez. Perfectly Flaky Buttermilk Biscuits.Replay gallery. The classic Thanksgiving side gets a makeover refipes the addition of harissa-and a really sexy. Sneak an extra veggie on the table by adding parsnips to your creamy mash. This quick homemade horseradish sauce is guaranteed to elevate your prime rib or roast beef to new levels.
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Making your own sauce is really easy, and you can do it a few days ahead. Cranberry Sauce. Roasted Hasselback Sweet Potatoes. It makes an excellent accompaniment to festive turkey.
This light salad will leave plenty of room for the other indulgent dishes. This sweet and sour twist on cranberry sauce is ready to be spooned over turkey, or directly into your mouth. Bonus: dihs also add an earthy sweetness to this classic side. Maple syrup naturally sweetens up the tart cranberries in this easy homemade sauce.
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A sprinkle of Parmesan cheese and panko bread crumbs gives roasted green beans a burst of flavor. Inspired by a potato gratin at Restaurant Daniel in New York City, this creamy-but creamless-recipe gets great flavor from thyme and rosemary. If you're having a smaller Christmas dinner and want it to feel more personal, make your gecipes these individual mini pot pies? Parker House Rolls. Marinated Mushroom-and-Charred Broccolini Salad.
Fragrant vanilla-bean butter does double duty here—it both flavors the squash and softens the skin during roasting. The greater the variety of winter squash you use, the more interesting the dish will be. Top it all off with fried sage leaves for a simple and easy side dish. Tyler Florence uses beets and their greens to make this fresh and vibrant side dish. Wrapped in salty speck and glazed with date molasses, these bundles of crisp, tender haricots verts are the perfect pairing for beef or duck. Date molasses is thinner than standard molasses, so it needs to be cooked down to reach a glaze consistency; if it sets up too much, gently reheat it.
Introducing the easiest mashed potatoes of all time. Get the recipe at Two Peas and Their Pod. Top it all off with fried sage leaves for a simple and easy side dish.
These ultra cheesy scalloped potatoes are just as good leftover the next day-if you have any left. Think parsnip mash with fried brussels sprout leaves, asiago recipex sage scalloped potato. Sneak an extra veggie on the table by adding parsnips to your creamy mash. Wild Rice-and-Cider-Cranberry Pilaf.