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All the Wonderful Sides {Recipe Round-Up}

Last week - in preparation for all the fabulous holiday meals to come - I put out a call for recipes for wonderful side dishes. I could make an entire meal of sides. I love 'em! Foodie bloggers answered the call and linked up some delicious-looking sidedishes. I will definitely be giving some of these a try between now and the new year.

I've divided the dishes by the cornucopia of ingredients. Enjoy.

Cornbread Casserole by Noshing with the Nolands
Pennsylvania Dutch Baked Corn Pudding by Spinach Tiger
Cornbread Casserole by Table for Seven
Gulliver's Corn by Mike

Sweet Potatoes and Potatoes
Smoky Potato Salad by My Hobbie Lobbie
Sweet Potato Gratin by Dancing Veggies
Orange Sweet Potatoes by Farm Belles
Tri-Colored Roasted Potatoes by Lollipopsicle

Pasta with Broccoli and Cheesy Curry Cream by Lollipopsicle
Bean and Spinach Bake by My Hobbie Lobbie
Abuela's Calabasita by Noshing with the Nolands
Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Apples and Cashews by Spinach Tiger
Stovetop Green Bean Casserole by Cooking in Stilettos
Brussels Sprouts-Potatoes-Bacon by On the Move-In the Galley
Broadway Pea Salad by On the Move-In the Galley

Random Roots and Other Veggies
Roasted Parsnips with Leeks and Mushrooms by The Solo Cook
Eggplant Slices by My Hobbie Lobbie

Cranberry Relish by Jaya
Cranberry Salsa by Jenn
Zesty Cranberry Salsa by On the Move-In the Galley
Fresh Cranberry Compote with Lemon Zest and Red Wine by Lollipopsicle

Pumpkin and Goat Cheese Risotto by Cooking in Stilettos

Puddings and Stuffing
Gluten-Free Savory Bread Pudding by Noshing with the Nolands
Simple Herb Stuffing by Table for Seven
Ciabatta-Chestnut Stuffing by Cooking in Stilettos

Thanks to those who contributed recipes!
Angela of Spinach Tiger
Amanda of Dancing Veggies
Erin of Table for Seven
Mike via blog comment
Jaya via twitter (@Jayasax)
Jenn via email
Trisha of My Hobbie Lobbie
Corinne of Farm Belles
Alexandra of Lollipopsicle
Christine of The Solo Cook


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