Cider Roasted Turkey with Giblet Gravy
The incredible apple boasts many uses that go beyond pie and cobbler filling. Stuffed with apple pieces and basted with the cider and vinegar of apple, your traditional turkey will take on a distinctive fall flavor during its 2 ½ to 3 hour oven journey. Garnish with kale (or roasted apple slices) for an artful, picture-perfect finish.
Green Beans with Caramelized Onions
Fresh green beans never go out of style and cook in only a few minutes by blanching. Topped with homemade caramelized onions for authentic flavor and panache, they’ll assume an honored place aside your turkey and stuffing, a bitter green to balance your feast.
Apple Sausage Cornbread Stuffing
Sure to be a crowd-pleaser, the spectacular combination of scrumptious breakfast sausage, tender cooked apples, and crumbly cornbread is will hit your taste buds right in the savory-sweet spot. Colorful and fleeting as fall leaves, this decadent stuffing will disappear quickly.
Smashed Red Skin Potatoes with Buttermilk and Olive Oil
Of the many ways to prepare potatoes, the method of smashing (similar to mashing) takes advantage of the red variety’s nutrient-rich skins. Fortified with iron and B vitamins, the skins add both texture and color. Creamy buttermilk smooths out the mixture, a balanced alternative to butter (rich and heavy) or milk (airy and light).
Triple Cranberry Sauce
This 20 minute topping is a triple treat that combines cranberries in both their dried, frozen and juice forms. Add to that combo the use of a cinnamon stick and you’ve got instant bragging rights to whatever this succulent sauce happens to garnish.
No-Bake Pumpkin Chiffon Pie
Whoever said, “The first shall be last and the last shall be first,” knew how to prepare a Chiffon pie. The sweet sign-off to your memorable Thanksgiving meal must chill overnight in its glorious graham cracker crust. Check the premade crust for cracking before you buy. Have a happy and memorable Thanksgiving!