Thanksgiving Side Dish Casseroles
November 22nd, 2010
I love any kind of green bean casserole. For Thanksgiving, I’m often torn between two different versions of the vegetable side dish – the Traditional Green Bean Casserole and the Green Bean and Potato Casserole.
Both are delicious. Both are so easy to prepare. Its a toughie!
So the question becomes…Do I wow them a different kind of green bean casserole or do I stick with a fine tradition?
Whichever you chose it will be a hit!
Below are my two favorite green bean casserole recipes and another vegetable side dish casserole that you may want to bring to the table. All are completely vegetarian.
Traditional Green Bean Casserole – This casserole is made similar to the traditional recipe on the Durkee’s French Fried Onion container, except I use milk instead of sour cream for a creamier texture.
Green Bean and Potato Casserole – Using the traditional casserole’s base, this dish adds canned potatoes and a heaping helping of colby jack cheese and substitutes cornflake crumbs for the topping. Always a hit!
Swiss Cheese and Veggie Casserole – Every time I make this casserole, my guests are floored. It features loads of swiss cheese and a frozen cauliflower, broccoli and carrot mix.
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