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Holidays are for traditions - old and new. We’ve gathered a collection of recipes that will be sure to inspire you to put a twist on an old favorite or to try something new!
Cranberry-Glazed Ham with Horseradish-Honey Mustard
A tart glaze is a natural pairing with salty ham. For killer sandwiches, slather on lots of the sweet and tangy mustard sauce.
Stuffed Sweet Potatoes
Got a batch of leftover quinoa? Pair it with a bag of Nature's Promise microwaveable sweet potatoes, for a dinner that's fast, filling, and shockingly simple.
Citrus and Pomegranate Salad
Jewel-like pomegranate seeds and orange segments mingle with salty strips of prosciutto for an elegant salad worthy of the holidays.
Brussels Sprout Gratin with Bacon
Gooey Gruyère binds together creamy potatoes, crunchy bacon, and earthy Brussels sprouts in this guest-worthy side dish.
Chanukah Cranberry-Pistachio Doughnut Holes
Fried pastries are a traditional part of many Chanukah celebrations around the world. These scrumptious bites are similar to treats served in Italy and Israel.
Sweet Potato and Goat Cheese Tart
This savory tart with sweet potatoes makes an elegant fall dish.
Root Veggie Latkes
Using a mixture of different root vegetables like sweet potatoes and parsnips in addition to traditional potatoes gives more depth and sweetness to these fried Chanukah treats.
Olive Oil Dreidel Cookies
Using olive oil in these cookies not only adds flavor but also makes them perfect for Chanukah. Let kids get creative and decorate their own with icing pens and colorful sprinkles.
Noodle Kugel with Cinnamon-Cracker Topping
Slightly salty, buttery cracker crumbs are an unexpected upgrade to this traditional Jewish side dish.
Shrimp Linguine alla Vodka
A seafood-rich take on an Italian-American classic, this quick dish starts off with store-bought sauce to get dinner on the table even faster.
Spaghetti Alfredo with Shaved Brussels Sprouts
Boost the fiber and vitamins in your pasta dinner by adding earthy Brussels sprouts to this creamy Italian-American classic.
Sweet Onion Brisket
Caramelized sweet onions plus a low-and-slow braise turn beef brisket into an irresistibly tender and flavorful main dish.
Olive Tapenade with Chopped Roasted Red Peppers
Curried Mango Chutney with Cilantro
Beet and Hazelnut Salad
The earthiness of beets is rounded out by a Dijon-spiked vinaigrette and crisp greens for a salad that’s equal parts tasty and beautiful.
Mixed Greens with Ham
Shrimp with White Cheddar Grits
Tender shrimp and creamy grits come together quickly to make the perfect lunch, dinner, or even breakfast
This buttery, delicious cross between corn pudding and corn bread feeds a crowd and takes just 10 minutes to prep, making it perfect for a holiday party!
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