Thanksgiving: Celebrating Traditions

Thanksgiving: Celebrating Traditions

Thanksgiving is a time to come together with relatives and loved ones. One of the centerpieces of this tradition is a large meal – with a roasted turkey being the main point of attraction. Food and family are synonymous with Thanksgiving celebrations. If you’re wondering which dishes to whip up this year, here’s a quick overview of some of the most popular Thanksgiving celebration dishes:

Most Popular Thanksgiving Dishes

  • Turkey with bread stuffing
  • Brussels sprouts
  • Slow cooked mashed potatoes
  • Cheese grits and corn pudding
  • Glazed carrots
  • Creamed spinach
  • Green beans with bacon
  • Sweet potato salad
  • Green bean casserole
  • Cranberry sauce
  • Pumpkin pie
  • Strawberry cheesecake
  • Chocolate brownies

Different Cuisines for Thanksgiving

Whether you come from a traditional family or not, there are many ways to add interesting flavors to your traditional Thanksgiving dinner. Consider these options to make this year even more memorable:

  1. Vegetarian Thanksgiving Cuisine

You can have a flavorful meat-free feast this Thanksgiving. Consider these mouthwatering options:

  • Toasted walnuts with tart cherries and rosemary
  • Chopped green bean salad with Manchego
  • Hasselback potatoes with seasoned bread crumbs
  • Roasted brussels sprouts with apples, cherries, and pecans
  • Pumpkin mac and cheese
  • Pumpkin spice latte pie

Get the recipes for a vegetarian thanksgiving dinner.

  1. Hawaiian Thanksgiving cuisine

Add tropical flair to your Thanksgiving dinner with these great dishes:

  • Sweet and spicy meatballs with mango salsa
  • Purple potato soup
  • Coconut sweet potatoes and wild rice
  • Bacon date stuffing
  • Garlic and pineapple glazed ham
  • Coconut cream island punch
  • Honeyed yogurt pumpkin pie

Get the recipes for a Hawaiian Thanksgiving dinner.

  1. Mexican Thanksgiving Cuisine

You can give your Thanksgiving dinner a Mexican twist with these interesting ideas:

  • Chipotle cream cheese pumpkin pie
  • Roasted pumpkin guacamole
  • Roasted butternut squash and beet salad with Queso Cotija
  • Chorizo stuffed squash
  • Baked sweet potatoes
  • Cilantro lime rubbed turkey

Get the Recipes for A Mexican Thanksgiving Dinner.

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