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Side Dish

These are the tastiest dumplings you will ever eat.

Great side dish with pretty much anything!!

Your house will smell like apple pie, and nothing beats the taste of home made.

This is a great side dish. I have made this often through the years to go with meatloaf, etc.

Good at Thanksgiving.

The green pepper in this gives it a more complex flavor.

Six ingredients, one mixing bowl, and one baking pan.

This could double for breakfast with toast and eggs.

This also is a tasty recipe made with fresh corn.

We love corn and this pudding hits the spot.

Slightly sweet but delicious...Great with soups and chili but also as a stand-alone quick breakfast!

This is a little different seafood dish.

Could this delicious dish be any easier????

A family favorite for many years!

You will wonder why you've been buying canned sauce for all those years!

Just a wonderful holiday side dish that works any time you want a special side.

Every Christmas a friend had a party and would serve these. Delicious!

We enjoy potatoes fixed this way...crispy and tasty.

It's magic, and nothing smells better than bread baking.

These are tasty and a bit different. I like cooking in a crockpot as I can go about my business and forget it until time to take them out of the crockpot.

This is delicious and can be made in the crockpot, leaving you freed up for other things.

This is a recipe that kids love to make. Does not involve baking.

Brown sugar and curry powder balance each other for a great flavor.

We all use and/or love the boxed stuff, but home made is easy if you have a well stocked pantry.

A wonderful sauce to serve with broiled salmon.

Except for slicing and cooking the eggplant, this recipe takes little effort and can be in the oven in no time.

Adds Mexican flavor to rice, beans, plus other dishes.

Nice presentation.

Who knew savory turnips could become a sweet treat?

When corn was inexpensive, I bought a lot and scraped the kernels from the cobs. This recipe is delicious with fresh corn.

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