What is the number one side dish for Thanksgiving?

What is the number one side dish for Thanksgiving?

Holiday Stuffing

What are the top 10 Thanksgiving side dishes?

No playing favorites here, but if you don't have these dishes, it's simply not Thanksgiving.

  • Potatoes. Preferably mashed, of course, but you can serve 'em up other ways, too. ...
  • Sweet potatoes. ...
  • Brussels sprouts. ...
  • Gravy. ...
  • Bread. ...
  • Cranberry sauce. ...
  • Squash. ...
  • Corn.

How do you plan a Thanksgiving menu?

While the cooked turkey is resting:

  1. Put a foil tent over the turkey. ...
  2. If you have a pan of stuffing/dressing on the side to bake, put it in now.
  3. Warm whatever needs to be warmed, including mashed potatoes, rolls, soups and casseroles.
  4. Cook frozen vegetables.
  5. Make the gravy.
  6. Put all the food on the table or buffet.

What do you serve at Friendsgiving?

Friendsgiving-Friendly Food Ideas

  • Brussels Sprout and Bacon Mashed Potatoes. ...
  • Sweet Potato and Caramelized Onion Gratin. ...
  • Parmesan Duchess Potatoes. ...
  • Green Bean Casserole Shepherd's Pie. ...
  • Pumpkin Gnocchi with Brown Butter, Sage and Hazelnuts. ...
  • Sautéed Brussels Sprouts with Toasted Walnuts and Dried Cherries.

Do you cook the turkey first or the sides?

Yes, the last thing in your oven should probably be the turkey (unless you're grilling or deep-frying). But any turkey should rest for at least 30 minutes before carving, so take full advantage. Your oven will be free to bake a batch of biscuits, or reheat any oven-baked side dishes that need to be warm before serving.

Can you bake turkey and pie at the same time?

Can I bake a pie and turkey at the same time? No; avoid baking your pie with your turkey. To bake a perfect golden-brown pie, you must use a higher temperature than you would to cook a turkey for your holiday meal. Tip: Try baking your pie the night before.