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10 Dishes To Make Your Thanksgiving Best Ever

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 Here are 10 dishes that will make the best thanksgiving you ever had:

 


  1. Roast Turkey Breast
    If you wish to organize a special thanksgiving party for a small bunch of friends, then roasted turkey breast can be a best bet, because it is easy to prepare.  Turkey breast can be easily cooked than the other meats, and takes only half the time than others.  You need turkey breast, kosher salt and pepper, dried herbs, and vegetable oil to prepare the turkey breast.  You can serve it on other holidays too.


     


  2. Goat Cheese Mashed Potatoes
    It is hard to improve on the traditional mashed potato recipes, but you can tweak it a bit to make it healthy.  You need russet, white pale green part of leek, chopped onion, cloves, shallot, butter, milk, goat cheese and chives prepare this recipe.  The addition of Goat cheese, chives, and leeks can make these potatoes healthier and tastier too.


     


  3. Cranberry Sorbet
    We all are aware that cranberries are good for sauce, but after eating this dessert our notion will change and we will be compelled to say that cranberries are good for desserts too.This sorbet is sort of a tart and is not that sweet too. You need cranberries, sugar, water, orange juice, lemon juice, and orange liquor to prepare this sorbet. Cranberry sorbet tastes good by itself but you can also serve it along with cinnamon toast.


     


  4. Maryland-Style Crab Dip
    This creamy crab dip tastes good with any starter. This Maryland style crab dip uses lots of old bay seasoning. You need cheese, sour cream, mayonnaise, Dijon mustard, old bay seasoning, lemon juice, Worcestershire sauce, crab meat and Cheddar cheese for preparing this dip. Always use fresh and good quality crab for preparing a dip. You can serve it after topping with lemon zest, panko and salty parmesan.


     


  5. Sausage and Kale Stuffing
    Kale is rarely used for stuffing but this food hits you with its unusual delectableness and simplicity.  You need butter, sweet Italian fennel, leeks, butternut squash, kosher salt, kale, focaccia, egg, chicken broth, and parmesan cheese to prepare this sausage. This stuffing tastes good when served with porky Italian sausage.


     


  6. Sparkling Pomegranate Elderflower Cocktail
    This cocktail is fruity, and funny way to kick off the party time.  You need St. Germain Elderflower Liquor, pomegranate juice, and champagne to prepare this cocktail. Although some may call it girlie but it is supple and sippable.


     


  7. Cranberry Margarita
    Cranberry gels well with most of the traditional margaritas. You will need tequila, cranberry juice, orange flavored liquor, and lime juice for preparing this margarita. You will end up making a seasonal sipper that kicks off the party. It tastes good with warm crab dip.


     


  8. Baked Brie with Pecans and Strawberry Jam
    You tend to forget the sins (read fats) during the festive seasons. There is no other sinful dessert than this baked brie, but here they are topped with chopped pecans and strawberry jam.  You need egg, pecan, heavy cream, brie, strawberry jam, and crostini for preparing this brie. This brie can be put together with fewer efforts.


     


  9. Brown Sugar-Pecan Cupcakes With Caramel Frosting
    If you are tired of trying out same cupcakes every thanksgiving season, then why don’t you try out this pecan pie, which never stops to amaze you with the fluffy caramel frosting. You need vegetable oil, all purpose flour, cake flour, baking powder and soda, sea salt, toasted pecans, butter, brown sugar, eggs, vanilla extract and sour cream for cup cake and sugar, water, whipping cream, egg yolks, butter, fine sea salt, sugar, and chopped toasted pecans for the filling. 


     


  10. Kentucky Hot Brown
    You can make the best use of your thanksgiving leftovers by preparing this hot sandwich. Hot brown is so called because it is the hot sandwich created at Brown Hotel in Louisville, Kentucky.  You can easily prepare this sandwich at home using the leftover turkey, bread, Morney sauce, shredded Parmesan cheese, melted American cheese, and tomatoes.  In Louisville it is known as “Louisville Hot Brown” while in Kentucky it is called “Kentucky Hot Brown”.


 


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