Still planning your Thanksgiving menu or wondering what side dish to take to the big gathering? No problem! Choose from an abundant selection of possible side dishes featuring an assortment of vegetables, including spinach. Here are 30 ways to prepare the iron-rich dark leafy green that will make even the kiddie table forget that they are eating something that's good for them.
No heavy cream or oven time required for this creamed spinach recipe featured on Saveur, which is nice, considering there will be more than enough food on which to indulge. The spiced breadcrumbs are a cruncy, savory bonus.
This recipe on Worth Pinning is worth making, particularly if you want to kill two veggies with one stone or simply want to try something a little different from the usual creamed or sautéed spinach.
We've never met a stuffed mushroom that we didn't like, including these baby bella mushrooms featured on Fannetastic Food. Warning: After you let them cool off, don't stay alone in the same room with them; otherwise, they may be gone before anyone else can have a taste.
Not everyone has a huge Thanksgiving gathering. With that in mind, we picked this hot salad from The Paleo Mom because it combines traditional Thanksgiving flavors. And because hot salad.
Then again, if you're going to have a huge multi-course affair, then check out these spinach and feta puff pastries, featured on Tracey's Culinary Adventures, which are the perfect bite-size appetizer.
Spinach, Serrano ham and garlic aioli stuffed in a mussel. Do we have your attention? Good. Noms away.
Don't forget your vegan dinner guests! Quinoa, chick peas and spinach add heartiness to this exquisite salad, which includes pears and walnuts. Bonus? It's also gluten-free. We wouldn't expect anything less from the Gluten-Free Goddess!