Simple & Quick Thanksgiving Side Dishes

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Simple & Quick Thanksgiving Side Dishes

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Thanksgiving can be a stressful time—with everyone coming to visit and lots of food to prepare—but it doesn’t have to be. The Saladmaster cooking method makes food preparation easy. And with stack cooking, you can prepare several foods at once from the same stovetop burner. To learn more about our distinctive cookware sets and how to use them efficiently, find an Independent Saladmaster Dealership near you.

Turkey, ham, or tofurky—the main Thanksgiving dish is fairly standard for most families. However, if you’re looking for new ways to “wow” your family this Thanksgiving, say no more! We have a variety of simple and delicious side dishes on our Saladmaster recipe website that you can choose from and prepare.

Here are some of our favorites!

Quick & Easy Herbed Stuffing

When you're in a rush to get holiday meals ready, this stuffing recipe can be made in minutes with the Whistling Tea Kettle and Double Walled Bowl.

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Potato & Cauliflower Mash

Need a way to make your mashed potatoes a bit healthier without your picky eaters knowing? This potato and cauliflower mash is the way to go! 

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Saladmaster Vegetable Medley

Are you wanting to prepare a variety of vegetables but don't want to have to clean all the dirty dishes? Saladmaster can help with this 4-in-1 Vegetable Medley! 

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Broccoli & Cauliflower Salad

Add a bit of fresh vegetables to your plate this holiday season with this delicious salad that stays crisp and can be made ahead of time.

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Sweet Potato Casserole

Sweet potatoes are an excellent source of vitamins C and E, beta carotene, folic acid, potassium and fiber. Plus, they’re delicious and a staple at every holiday table. 

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There’s still time to meet with a Saladmaster Dealer before Thanksgiving to get everything ready for the big day. Contact them today and learn a better approach to preparing meals.

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