Foodie Friday: Thanksgiving Recipes

My favorite time of the year has arrived!!

We are dusting off grandma recipes and making traditional Thanksgiving dinner.

Chestnut Stuffing:

2 Jars of Steamed Chestnuts from williamsonoma.com.
2 large onion
2 stalks of celery
2 bunch of parsley
2 bell peppers
2 rolls of turkey breakfast sausage
2 package of seasoned bread crumbs, I love Pepperidge Farms.

In a sauté pan coat the pan with Olive Oil, add onions, celery, parsley, bell peppers, until the veggies are translucent, then add the turkey breakfast sausage--cook until all the pink is thoroughly gone, in the oven roast chestnuts for 25 min. to enhance, flavor.

After 25 min roasting, put in the blending for a coarse chop, then add to the meat and veggie mix, then stir in bread crumbs until everything is coated.

Bake in a casserole dish separate from the turkey, until everything is done.

Cranberry Sauce:

1 Jar Cranberry and Orange Sauce at williamsonoma.com
2 bags of fresh cranberries

In a saucepan pour 1 Jar of Cranberry and Orange Sauce until a boil, then add in the two bags of cranberries slowly, until the cranberries begin to pop.

Allow sauce to cool, then put in favorite dish and ENJOY!!!

Green Bean Casserole
This time we are NOT using Cream of Mushroom Soup
2 bags of Green Beans that you can steam in the microwave
1/2 cup of Greek Yogurt
1 sprig Thyme
1 sprig Parsley
1 sprig Rosemary
When the Green Beans are cooled then, fold in yogurt, and herbs, place in the fridge until ready to serve.

Rolls
We like rolls with the turkey gravy, you can use Pillsbury and when the dough is half way cooked brush on Ranch seasoning with olive oil.
Wonderful!!

You got the turkey and pie recipes last week!!

Cheers to family and fun and a wonderful Thanksgiving!!








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