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This couscous recipe is full of fall flavors and can make a colorful addition to your Thanksgiving table. Roast the squash ahead of time and the dish will be ready in 15 minutes without taking up any precious oven space.
This side dish of roasted sweet root vegetables is a perfect accompaniment to roasted chicken or pork tenderloin. A side of bitter greens, like mustard greens, offers a nice balance to the sweetness.
If you wax nostalgic about green bean casserole, try this new take on the classic. Button mushrooms, fresh greens beans and mushroom broth make the base and onion-flavored potato chips make the crunchy, hard-to-resist topping.
Secret Ingredient: All-Natural Marshmallows
Sweet potatoes are mashed with brown sugar, butter, coconut milk and warm spices, and then baked with a topping of coconut and marshmallows for a delicious side dish. To learn how to make this recipe, watch the Secret Ingredient cooking show.
Spaghetti squash has a unique texture that shreds into spaghetti-like strands when cooked. In this recipe, the fresh herbs are roasted with the squash and removed before serving, leaving the subtle, fragrant flavor of rosemary and sage.
These classic mashed potatoes are delicious as is. But if you're in the mood for something different, try stirring some shredded sharp cheddar cheese or finely chopped fresh herbs into the finished potatoes, if you like.
Crunchy hazelnuts and sweet dried apricots complement the savory flavor of shallots in this delicious fall stuffing. Make the recipe with cornbread if you prefer a sweeter stuffing, bread if you prefer a more savory one.
Secret Ingredient: Whole Foods Market Fresh Chicken Sausage
In preparation for Thanksgiving, we've put together a winner of a stuffing recipe using Whole Foods Market Fresh Chicken Sausage. Made in-house with the finest cuts of chicken and a blend of herbs, spices and seasonings, our chicken sausage adds a special touch to this recipe. To learn how to make this recipe, watch the Secret Ingredient cooking show.
Earthy spices combine beautifully with the natural sweetness of baby carrots and honey. Prep time is just minutes for this easy-to-assemble side dish. A perfect complement to roasted turkey, chicken or pork.
Substitute golden raisins for the cranberries or pecans for the walnuts, if you like.
Quinoa is naturally wheat and gluten free and is a good source of complete protein for vegans and vegetarians. Try it in this quick and flavorful pilaf.
Serve these tender apples with a sweet-tart filling alongside roasted turkey or pork, a delicious pairing with the apples' hint of cardamom--though you could substitute cinnamon. They make a great stuffing alternative for those who don't eat wheat or gluten. They're also tasty for breakfast, snack or dessert--perhaps with whipped cream.
Serve as a side dish at any meal or as a main course with a green salad on the side. To make preparation a snap, use a mandolin to slice the potatoes.
Everybody will say how good this is--and nobody will know how good it is for you. If you happen to have leftovers, it's also great for breakfast or dessert. For an extra sweet touch, add chopped fresh pineapple or use pineapple juice instead of orange juice. Ingredients with an asterisk (*) are available as Whole Foods Market Brands.
Stuffing doesn't have to be an unattractive pile on the plate. Give each person their own perfect serving of moist and tasty stuffing, baked in a muffin tin. Feel free to omit or substitute the mushrooms or fruit, or to add your own personal touch, such as nestling a shucked oyster in the center of each, or stirring in diced ham, chopped nuts or crumbled cooked bacon or sausage before baking.
If clementines are unavailable, substitute 1/3 cup freshly squeezed juice and a little zest from a navel orange.
Crisp apples, earthy leeks and nutty pecans make this pilaf a standout. Try out a favorite (or new) brown rice blend in this recipe: Those with wild rice, red rice or even barley and rye will work wonderfully. Just remember that different blends can cook or absorb at slightly different rates, so don't hesitate to add a tablespoon more water or broth if the rice looks like it is drying out too quickly or, if the grains are tender and you see too much liquid, simmer the pilaf uncovered for a few minutes.
Serve this rich, creamy comfort food straight from the pot, or transfer it to a buttered baking dish, top with buttered breadcrumbs and a handful of shredded cranberry cheddar and broil until golden brown.
Flavor this sweet mash with your favorite spices like paprika, cumin or a pinch of cinnamon. Simply replace the ground ginger and nutmeg and start with just a little, tasting until it is seasoned as you like.