This year, let’s make roasted chicken our side chick, and add something new to the dinner menu!
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Yes, we’re talking about ditching meat and going vegetarian. Even if you don’t carrot all for veggies, these scrumptious side dishes are going to change your mind completely!
Here’s a list of our favorite recipes. Do give them a try!
Baked Parmesan Zucchini
Okay, so, we have to admit. Cheese is our vice. So when we came across this recipe, you bet we had to try it!
Who can say no to parmesan? We know we can’t. These baked parmesan zucchinis will be a hit, even with the kids. They’re also a great way to get your kids to eat their veggies.
All you have to do is cut the zucchini into slices, sprinkle some parmesan on top, and then toss them into the oven. We’re drooling already!
Vegetable Low Mein (Or Main?)
Take out Chinese takeout from your dinner menu and replace it with a healthier alternative. What we love about this vegetable low mein is that it tastes just like the chicken version. Okay, maybe it tastes better!
We know this doesn’t technically count as a “side dish,” but once you try it, you’ll see why it deserves its spot.
When it comes to the veggies, you can go with everything from yellow peppers to capsicum, onions, mushrooms, and more; there aren’t any restrictions!
Start by sautéing the veggies in the pan. Use butter and soy sauce to add to the flavor. Then add boiled noodles and stir-fry them for 10 minutes. And you’re done!
Marmalade Glazed Carrots
What we love about this side dish is that it’s so easy to make, and it’s absolutely divine!
All you have to do is steam baby carrots and glaze them with a mixture that’s made from rum, brown sugar, and butter glaze. You can go with any type of rum if you don’t like spiced rum.
You’ll have to cook the marmalade with the mixture for a bit before you apply it to the carrots.
Roasted Garlic Horseradish Mashed Potatoes
Add a twist to your regular mashed potatoes recipe! We guarantee that this will be a hit with the fam, especially the kids.
This recipe’s like regular mashed potatoes, except you add grated horseradish (mixed with a little bit of vinegar) into the mix.
It’s easy to prepare, but oh-so-delicious!
Don’t Push Side Dishes to the Side
Now you know just how delicious side dishes can be. Browse through a range of scrumptious recipes from Eats By the Beach an online food blog and you’ll never be disappointed!
We’ll make sure your dinner and lunch with loved ones is nothing less than spectacular.
Learn more about Homemade chicken Caesar salad recipe here