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Sure, turkey takes center stage every November. But let’s not forget the important supporting role of the side dish. Whether you’re the traditionalist who wouldn’t think of this holiday without a sweet potato casserole or a curious gourmet who can’t resist a new recipe, throw in a new twist: nuts. Infuse this year’s side dishes with inspiration from the nutritional powerhouse, and in return you’ll get texture, crunch, flavor, and color—not to mention generous amounts of protein, unsaturated fat, omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin E, and other nutrients.
Surprise Brussels sprouts skeptics with this simple yet surprisingly tasty dish:
Simple steamed beans or the classic green bean casserole will stand out with a delicate dappling of slivered almonds:
Bitter chard, pungent garlic, sweet raisins, and smooth pine nuts serve as a counterpoint to the more mellow flavors of turkey and potatoes:
These two Thanksgiving standards call out for the delightful crunch of the hearty walnut: