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Any Thanksgiving recipe suggestions? - October 29th 2017, 07:56 AM

So, for Thanksgiving I usually make the green beam casserole and the the candied Yams. I do this every year and I'd like to try something new. I'm wondering if anyone has any go to recipes that they could share?


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Re: Any Thanksgiving recipe suggestions? - October 29th 2017, 10:12 AM

My family doesn’t really do traditional Thanksgiving dinner. We usually have a variety of dishes because of various reasons.

We typically do:
-mashed potatoes (plain), we also typically do hutspot (mashed carrot and onions with potatoes) or boerenkool stamppot (mashed with kale and then we top it with a veggie sausage that we cook in a pan). Sometimes we’ll use cauliflower in place of potato.
-pasta (pumpkin gnocchi, traditional gnocchi OR ravioli (cheese, vegan, pumpkin)
-salads: This year we had a warm cranberry salad and a warm brussels sprout salad, pomegranate spinach salad or endive salad and then a regular salad
-stuffed squash (quinoa, kale, peppers, ect) or stuffed mushrooms
-stuffing, not very much though because only a few people in my family actually like it lol
   
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Re: Any Thanksgiving recipe suggestions? - October 29th 2017, 06:47 PM

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My family doesn’t really do traditional Thanksgiving dinner. We usually have a variety of dishes because of various reasons.

We typically do:
-mashed potatoes (plain), we also typically do hutspot (mashed carrot and onions with potatoes) or boerenkool stamppot (mashed with kale and then we top it with a veggie sausage that we cook in a pan). Sometimes we’ll use cauliflower in place of potato.
-pasta (pumpkin gnocchi, traditional gnocchi OR ravioli (cheese, vegan, pumpkin)
-salads: This year we had a warm cranberry salad and a warm brussels sprout salad, pomegranate spinach salad or endive salad and then a regular salad
-stuffed squash (quinoa, kale, peppers, ect) or stuffed mushrooms
-stuffing, not very much though because only a few people in my family actually like it lol
Are the stuffed squash or mushroom easy too make? Could I find a recipe online? I like both mushrooms and squash and that might be something I'd like to try.


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Re: Any Thanksgiving recipe suggestions? - October 29th 2017, 08:03 PM

This is pretty close to my family's go to recipe for every holiday because it's sooo good. We leave out the butter and sometimes replace to cornflake topping with French's fried onions and it will also work with cream of mushroom soup instead of cream of chicken
http://allrecipes.com/recipe/228220/cheesy-hash-browns/


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Re: Any Thanksgiving recipe suggestions? - October 29th 2017, 08:35 PM

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This is pretty close to my family's go to recipe for every holiday because it's sooo good. We leave out the butter and sometimes replace to cornflake topping with French's fried onions and it will also work with cream of mushroom soup instead of cream of chicken
http://allrecipes.com/recipe/228220/cheesy-hash-browns/
That sounds delicious! I think I might end up doing that and a veggie side dish of some kind.


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Re: Any Thanksgiving recipe suggestions? - November 6th 2017, 04:05 AM

This is a bit unconventional, but Chinese flatbread goes really well with turkey(and is quite easy to make). This recipe seems fairly legit: https://www.theguardian.com/lifeands...-duck-pancakes.

For additional filling, we usually also make shredded potato with chiles and vinegar(you can add carrots, too): https://food52.com/recipes/24969-tudou-si affil=cj&utm_source=cj&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_ca mpaign=Food52.com&company=digidip&website=5835937,
as well as various shredded raw or lightly boiled vegetables.

In any case, if you don't want to go the full Peking Duck route, the flatbread goes just as well with typical Thanksgiving food.

You could also try making a borscht, maybe? Perfect for the fall and fits right in with more traditional Thanksgiving dishes. I recommend making a separate beef stew first, letting that sit overnight, and only then starting the final product, instead of making the borscht all in one go. Not the most efficient way, to be fair, but I find that this makes the flavor much more intense.


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Re: Any Thanksgiving recipe suggestions? - November 12th 2017, 02:10 AM

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This is a bit unconventional, but Chinese flatbread goes really well with turkey(and is quite easy to make). This recipe seems fairly legit: https://www.theguardian.com/lifeands...-duck-pancakes.

For additional filling, we usually also make shredded potato with chiles and vinegar(you can add carrots, too): https://food52.com/recipes/24969-tudou-si affil=cj&utm_source=cj&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_ca mpaign=Food52.com&company=digidip&website=5835937,
as well as various shredded raw or lightly boiled vegetables.

In any case, if you don't want to go the full Peking Duck route, the flatbread goes just as well with typical Thanksgiving food.

You could also try making a borscht, maybe? Perfect for the fall and fits right in with more traditional Thanksgiving dishes. I recommend making a separate beef stew first, letting that sit overnight, and only then starting the final product, instead of making the borscht all in one go. Not the most efficient way, to be fair, but I find that this makes the flavor much more intense.
Thank you for the suggestions! This sounds pretty good and I might consider trying it out.


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Re: Any Thanksgiving recipe suggestions? - November 12th 2017, 11:41 AM

I don't celebrate thanksgiving here in Australia but a couple of people I know are American and they're all vegans and they always make cinnamon maple syrup coated butternut squash and they roast it. It's always smells amazing.


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Re: Any Thanksgiving recipe suggestions? - November 12th 2017, 04:56 PM

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I don't celebrate thanksgiving here in Australia but a couple of people I know are American and they're all vegans and they always make cinnamon maple syrup coated butternut squash and they roast it. It's always smells amazing.
I actually found a recipe that was called that...although, this recipe was not vegan. It does sound good, overall though, and I have been thinking about making it. I have talked to my dad about it though and he thinks that my Yams are really good so I have to convince him to let me make something different.


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Re: Any Thanksgiving recipe suggestions? - November 14th 2017, 08:07 AM

I am interested too.
   
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