3 Unique Thanksgiving Dishes

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Thanksgiving has many traditional dishes. Turkey, cranberries, and pumpkin pie are a few of the foods many people enjoy on the last Thursday of November. Would you like to try baking some unique Thanksgiving dishes?

Unique Thanksgiving Dish #1 Pull-Apart Garlic Bread

Traditional bread rolls are always tasty, but you may consider baking pull-apart garlic bread this Thanksgiving. You will need to make homemade dough and set aside time for it to rise before placing in the oven. Baking this delicious treat will require a mixture of unsalted butter, grated garlic cloves, kosher salt, shredded parmesan cheese, finely chopped parsley, and finely chopped rosemary.

Unique Thanksgiving Dish #2: Hearty Stuffed Butternut Squash

Are you looking for a dish with a colorful array and unique tastes? The hearty stuffed butternut squash could be the answer. The recipe calls for slicing the butternut squash in half and creating a filling with a medley of flavor. The dish ingredients include: olive oil, corn kernels, quinoa, vegetable broth, drained chickpeas, thinly sliced scallions, chopped roasted red peppers, apple cider vinegar, Dijon mustard, shredded Gruyère cheese, chopped hazelnuts, chopped fresh parsley, salt, freshly ground black pepper. Preparing the ingredients, roasting the squash and corn, cooking the quinoa and broth, creating the filling, and additional cooking time should total one hour and 25 minutes. The stuffed butternut squash could be an excellent option for a vegetarian main course.

Unique Thanksgiving Dish #3: Goat Cheese Mashed Potatoes

Thanksgiving Day is a busy day for the cook. Are you looking for a unique Thanksgiving dish you can prepare ahead of the big day? Ina Garten’s Goat Cheese Mashed Potatoes provides such an option. You will need three pounds of large Yukon gold potatoes peeled and cut into 3/4-inch chunks, five large, peeled garlic cloves, kosher salt, freshly ground black pepper, garlic-and-herb goat cheese, unsalted butter, sour cream, milk, and freshly grated parmesan cheese. Boiling the potatoes, stirring in the goat cheese mixture, and baking will require about one hour and 15 minutes. If you prepare this unique Thanksgiving dish in advance, refrigerate the unbaked dish for no more than three days and allow 30 to 40 minutes for baking on Thanksgiving Day.

Some people might be allergic to certain spices. You might ask your guests if they have any specific allergies before creating your Thursday meal. Additionally, remember safe practices for baking on Thanksgiving Day. Whatever delicious treats you will be making this holiday season, we hope you are surrounded by loved ones and find plenty for which to be thankful.

If you enjoyed reading about these delectable dishes, please check out Thanksgiving Tradition: Turducken.

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About Joey Hinojosa

Joey Hinojosa graduated with a bachelor's degree in broadcast journalism and a master's degree in mass communications. He began working at Empower Brokerage in early 2022 and enjoys being creative in his writing, photography, videography, and other projects.

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