28 great Thanksgiving salads and vegetables
Bring color and fresh flavor to the table with your picks from these fall salads and vegetables
Chanterelle mushrooms and cipollini onions are worth the splurge, but you can substitute halved cremini mushrooms and frozen pearl onions and the results will still be very tasty.
Recipe: Garlic and Thyme Green Beans
Recipe: Garlic Green Beans with Manchego
Recipe: Southwestern Roasted Green Beans
Chestnuts are the quintessential holiday ingredient. Serving them with this popular vegetable and everyone’s favorite meat is a sure way to win devoted fans.
This quick recipe for piquant brussels will save precious time this Thanksgiving, without sacrificing on taste.
Recipe: Roasted Cauliflower with Capers
Recipe: Glazed Carrots with Pecans
Recipe: Creamed Spinach Gratin
Recipe: Spinach with Lemon and Currants
Recipe: Wilted Red Cabbage with Mint
Recipe: Jumble of Sweet-and-Sour Onions
Fruits, nuts, Fuyu persimmons, and two kinds of chicory (frisée and radicchio) go into this generous but light salad. Toss it at the last minute so it stays crisp.
Toasted walnuts and walnut oil give a warm autumn flavor to this hearty salad.
If you’ve never had raw brussels sprouts before, this salad will be a revelation. To save time, use a handheld slicer for the sprouts and onion.
Recipe: Spinach and Persimmon Salad
Recipe: Apple-Fennel Salad with Walnuts
Maple syrup adds a sweet but earthy flavor to this fresh green salad. If you can’t find frisée lettuces, you can use any salad green you prefer.
Recipe: Asian Pear Salad with Pecans