The Side Dish Recipes
Kosher, pareve and praiseworthy complements for every meal~
It's easy to decide on a main course, but many of us are stuck for good side dish recipes. The Kosher Channel is here to help with dozens of side dish recipes ranging from pasut, simple to potchke elaborate, all delicious.
When we are Cooking for The King, we can choose the recipes we serve our family as well as choose the thoughts that build our home. A Jewish woman has the opportunity to build her Torah home and strengthen her family in all of her tasks. The question is, Am I looking for complements or cooking for compliments? You choose.
~Queen in the Kitchen Side Dish Recipes~
Dixie Corn Dollars with honey mustard sauce ~disappear like dollars on a shopping spree
Winter Vegetable Fritters ~get an interesting flavor boost from parsnip
Braised Carrots in Marsala Wine ~ one of my best easy carrot recipes
Caramelized Carrots ~brings out carrot's natural sweetness so they taste as close to candy as a vegetable possibly can
Tex-Mex-Ratatouille ~This dish is quick and easy to put together. It’s a great way to get your teenagers, who all seem to love tex-mex cooking, to eat a zucchini recipe.
Ratatouille ~make ahead, freezer worthy, use as an appetizer, side dish and you can even cook your chicken in it: spread over skinless boneless chicken breasts and bake 20 minutes in a preheated 350 degree oven.
Oven Fried Eggplant ~a great way to introduce this adaptable vegetable
Kefters d'Prassa, Sepahrdic Leek Patties ~ a traditional Sephardic dish for Passover and Rosh Hashannah
Roasted Leeks, Peppers, Carrots and Zucchini ~stands alone as a colorful side dish or toss with pasta for something more substantial
Persian Stew, Khoresht-e Havij ~with butternut squash, prunes & exotic spices
Simple Oven Roasted Cauliflower ~golden brown, serve warm or at room temperature
Balsamic Roasted Onions ~rich and buttery tasting
Steamed Broccoli with Lemon and Walnuts ~a treasure trove of nutrients, beautiful too
Bamia ~Sephardic soul food. Slow cooked okra with tomatoes, lemon and garlic. Very easy, high fiber and heart healthy, too.
Sunny Quinoa Salad ~with the addition of your favorite handy vegies, this brightly flavored salad becomes a hearty side dish
Lemony Olive and Zucchini Couscous ~a prize winner, takes substitutions in stride
Forgotten Zucchini ~This became one of my best recipes for zucchini quite by accident, also good with green beans
Zydeco Green Beans~with a cajun kick
Creamy Dreamy Mashed Potatoes ~homey comfort food, so good with brisket
Simple Roast Potato Recipe ~1 pan + 2 steps= delish
Stuffed Baked Potatoes ~great make ahead recipe
Smashed Potatoes with Roasted Garlic and Potato Skin "Crunchies"~this is having fun with mashed potatoes
Sweet Potato Fries ~meets all Queen in the Kitchen standards: Simple/Adaptable/Healthy/Tasty
Whipped Butternut Squash and Sweet Potato Recipe ~creamy and mellowed with rich spices
Pumpkin Pie ~ tried and true...is pumpkin pie for dessert or a side? That is yours to decide.
Pumpkin and Ginger Souffle ~savory and rich side dish lends itself well to variations using carrots or butternut squash.
Sephardic Pink Rice ~once you make this you'll never go back to white rice again
...more side dish recipes coming soon, please check back!
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