Cranberry, Kale and Cornbread Dressing

Cranberry, Kale and Cornbread Dressing by Robyn Savoie

This dressing is so good and pretty that you will want to make it again and again, even if it isn't Thanksgiving. Cranberry, Kale and Corn Bead Dressing is also great as a side dish for roasted chicken, duck and pork. Make this dressing with homemade or purchased day old corn bread, or use packaged corn bread stuffing mix.

1 vote
Tabbouleh Salad

Tabbouleh Salad by Micheline

A refreshing, low calorie, garlicky, tasty bulgur salad.

2 votes
Bulgur Pilaf

Bulgur Pilaf by Salad Foodie

Faster and easier to cook than rice, bulgur is a grain to consider for making pilaf. High in fiber and low in fat makes this side dish a healthful choice. Easily converts to vegetarian by omitting the chicken broth. (Medium to large grind bulgur will be best for this recipe.)

1 vote
Easy-Does-It Fried Rice

Easy-Does-It Fried Rice by Salad Foodie

Leftover rice is a perfect excuse to make fried rice, and this is a simple recipe for a favorite oriental comfort food. Add in any desired meat or shrimp to make a more hearty main dish. Two cooking options are possible with the same ingredients - see Methods 1 and 2 below included in directions.

1 vote
Black Bean and Tomato Quinoa

Black Bean and Tomato Quinoa by Nancy Miyasaki

This is a delicious quinoa recipe that we served with our garlic lime grilled pork chops. This is flavorful enough that you'll want to serve it with a relatively simple grilled dish. It would go wonderfully with grilled fish, chicken, or steak. Or try it with the pork recipe linked below.

5 votes
Quinoa with Garlic,Peas & Carrots

Quinoa with Garlic,Peas & Carrots by Teri A

One of the great grains for the body, Quinoa! A single cup of cooked quinoa has 8 grams of protein, which is more that most grains. In addition Quinoa has a high amount of iron that raises the hematocrit. This helps people who eat it fight senility since it delivers more oxygen to the brain. It has a very low glycemic index so it…

1 vote
Giggling Gourmet's Fall / Winter Stuffing

Giggling Gourmet's Fall / Winter Stuffing by Giggling Gourmet

This is a good stuffing I finally had a chance to create this year. Nice on the earthy farm fresh country taste.

1 vote
Lemon Cashew Nut Rice

Lemon Cashew Nut Rice by Navaneetham Krishnan

Ghee and curry leaves scented rice with cashew nuts and coconut.

1 vote
Mom's Andouille Sausage and Cranberry Stuffing

Mom's Andouille Sausage and Cranberry Stuffing by Culinary Envy

Mom’s Andouille Sausage and Cranberry Stuffing is freshly toasted Italian breadcrumbs, two incredibly rich sausages, and so unbelievably moist, it will surely impress your guests for the big feast this year!

1 vote
Baked Farro or Pearl Barley with Asparagus

Baked Farro or Pearl Barley with Asparagus by Nancy Miyasaki

We served this recipe with a Moroccan Lamb Shank last night. It was a delicious accompaniment. We had Farro for the first time served by an amazing chef at our cousin's wedding. Then too it was served with Lamb in a rich sauce. There is something about the combination of tender lamb with farro or barley, which are slightly more…

2 votes
Polenta Squares w/Sherry Mushroom Sauce

Polenta Squares w/Sherry Mushroom Sauce by Dana Salvo

Although I always ate Polenta growing up, I have just recently been making it for my family. I am really enjoying how versatile it is.

1 vote
Couscous W/Flair

Couscous W/Flair by Teri A

Couscous is so versitile and goes with just about anything. I love this recipie because it remindes me that you can add just about anything to this wholesom grain and presto ...its a meal in a bowl!

1 vote
Cheddar~Jalapeno Skillet Corn Bread

Cheddar~Jalapeno Skillet Corn Bread by "Cheffie Cooks"

Savory at its best, serve with any Mexican Fare.

1 vote
Quick polenta

Quick polenta by william ruiz

1 vote
Quinoa with Fresh Corn and Mint

Quinoa with Fresh Corn and Mint by John Spottiswood

This is a great quinoa dish to serve alongside fish or chicken. I have grown to love quinoa, and it is perfect for this dish. But this would also be great with Israeli cous cous, regular cous cous, pearl barley or even jasmine rice if you are not a fan of quinoa. The mix of flavors is amazing! Try this when fresh corn is cheap and…

2 votes