Side dishes are the actual stars of the Christmas dining table. No proper meal is complete without veggies, and breads, whether you go for roast beef, ham or lamb for your entrée. So delight your guests and complete your Christmas meals with these flavorful side dishes. We’ve included not one or two, but 35 side dishes recipe for you.
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These warm and comforting potatoes will accompany your Christmas meal perfectly, especially with Beef tenderloin. And it will give your dinner table a fancy look as well!
Turn a kid friendly dish into entrée by serving with warm, crusty bread and salad. It will make a perfect addition if you are organizing a kid’s Christmas party.
The fig balsamic dressing in this salad will soften the sturdy greens. And the structure will hold for over 2 hours.
No matter how modern one gets, nothing can beat the good ol’ Yorkshire pudding on the Christmas table. If you want the fluffiest pudding, ensure that the muffin pan is super-hot.
This dirty rice risotto will make a perfect side dish for your chicken or ham curry. The blogger says that add the hot broth slowly to the mixture to release the starch from the rice. It will give your risotto a creamy texture.
- Heavenly Mashed Potato:
This delicious mashed potato will pair best with honey ham. Don’t believe us? Try it yourself this Christmas. You can either keep the potatoes chunky or mash them silky smooth.
This light and yummy side dish full of flavor will make a perfect complement for everything that is on the menu. You can customize the recipe any way you like. For vegetarians, you can skip the chicken and go for tofu instead.
Here’s the recipe for the most delicious carrots in the history of humankind. Firstly, it contains maple, and secondly, it contains bourbon. Then there is brown sugar too!
Cheese and potato, the combination is absolutely irresistible. The gratin gets its flavor from garlic and butter. It is impressive enough for a Christmas party, and easy enough to put together on a weeknight.
We have included a very easy side dish because we know how complicated preparing Christmas meals can be. The beans are lightly roasted and then topped with green Parmesan cheese and almond crumble.
Make a creamy and cheesy potato casserole for your holiday meal. This casserole is very easy to put together and tastes out of the world. You can even make it ahead and refrigerate until it is ready to bake.
This from the scratch recipe is ideal for any level cook. Even the first time bakers can try making it. All you need is 10 minutes and five ingredients.
This yummy dip made with gooey Gruyere cheese, crispy bacon and caramelized onions are sure to please the crowd.
So you thought millet was just a bird’s food? Well, not anymore! We have got a yummy and healthy way to turn this grain into as easy peasy Christmas side wish.
Here’s an easy and healthy Brussels sprouts side dish with caramelized onions and crispy bacon. The presence of bacon elevates this often overlooked vegetable to delicious heights.
Use Alaskan salmon to give a vivid hue and strong taste to your salad. If you have some extra time, roll the salmons in a spiral and make a smoked avocado salad.
Frisee belongs to the chicory family that uses mesclun salad mixes. The dressing includes sweet sherry vinegar to balance the sharp flavor of frisee. While purchasing bunches, make sure you have no signs of wilting. And use all the leaves, except the core.
If you want a fun side dish for your meal, go for this pear salad. You can even roast the pears if you want. And please don’t forget the skewer of cherries.
If you think rolls are hard to make, try this rosemary and taggiasche olive dinner rolls. You can use refrigerated pizza rolls to keep the preparation simple.
This sweet potato casserole is made with roasted and mashed sweet potatoes and topped with pecans. The highlight is the marshmallow center.
If you can have baked potatoes, why not baked onions? These onions are sweet and moist without the addition of heavy ingredients. It will make a perfect compliment to your steak.
This one has got us salivating.
One of the best ways to eat vegetables during winters is by roasting them. Feel free to experiment with veggies. But make sure you use a combination of soft and slightly hard veggies.
Specked with apples, cranberries, pecans and herbs, your guests will surely love this flavor filled rice. Plus, it’s vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free.
Latkes are typical Hanukkah meals, but you can add them to your Christmas as well. It will taste fantastic with applesauce and sour cream sauce.
Pumpkin has to be one of the most delicious vegetable ever. And when combined with sweet potato, the taste is enhanced manifolds. And the craving for these vegetables increases greatly during winter.
Cauliflower and sweet potato may sound outlandish, but tastes amazing, especially when you prepare according to the recipe.
Here’s a great side dish for your Christmas meal. You can double or triple if you are preparing for a group. And it comes together in a snap.
This warm and fluffy skillet bread will make a perfect accompaniment to the holiday dinner. You can make it with the frozen dough as well.
This flavorful and nutty salad is a perfect salad for Christmas. Orange is adding a sweet flair to this salad. You can even substitute orange with grapefruit for a tarty touch.
This healthy and satisfying side dish with pair best with sweet corn pudding and baked ham.
Here’s an elegant, tasty and nutritious side dish for your meal. And it looks festive as well.
This one’s a truly unique recipe. It will be the first one to go off the table. And it looks so lovely.
Here’s a simple to make a recipe for you. It will pair best with nacho chips.
Enough of the single baked potatoes. Try these twice-baked potatoes and you will forget the regular one forever.