When you’re looking for a new vegetable side dish to serve with dinner, look no further than Green Beans and Tomatoes. This is a very simple recipe, colorful, and flavorful side dish that’s quick to put together and goes great with a variety of entrees. If you need a new way to serve green beans, or if you have some grape or cherry tomatoes that need to be used before they spoil, Green Beans and Tomatoes is the perfect solution. It’s also a great recipe for when you need to make your green beans go a little further.
Slow Cooker Red Cabbage and Apples is a twist on a traditional German side dish. At least, hat’s what a German octogenarian told me. This recipe is our attempt to recreate the dish for her. We modified the recipe for Red Cabbage and Apples that she described by preparing it in a slow cooker to make it a bit less labor intensive.
You know that we love beans here at Patty Cake’s Pantry, and we are always looking for new ways to prepare them. This recipe is similar to beans and greens, but it uses leeks in place of greens, and Italian seasoning, and parsley, in place of the red pepper flakes. The result is a simple and delicious vegetable side dish that is a perfect accompaniment to any meat entrée or is delicious on its own.
Refried beans are delicious, but I like more texture in my burritos. Of course, cooking dry beans gives you the most control over the final product, but it’s possible to make delicious beans with texture by using just a couple of cans and mixing them together. I previously posted a recipe for easy refried beans that uses canned beans, some bacon grease, and a little cider vinegar. That bean recipe was easy and delicious, but sometimes, after a hard day at work, I lack even the ambition for that. This non-recipe is my solution for those days.
This is a very simple combination that creates a delicious cream style corn that doesn’t seem like it came from a can. The best part is that it takes about 10 minutes from start to finish which means your vegetable side dish is ready without any of the usual muss and fuss.
Pineapple Sweet Potatoes are a simple and delicious side dish for poultry or pork. This version, which starts with canned sweet potatoes is very simple to put together and have on the table in record time. Sweet potatoes are a favorite in my family, ans Pineapple Sweet Potatoes are always a big hit.
Hominy is something that I grew up eating. My mother’s favorite way to serve it was with bacon. This recipe, which gets flavor from diced green chilis, and creaminess from sour cream and shredded cheese is delicious. It makes a great side dish to go with anything that pairs well with the flavors of the southwest.
Green Beans are a favorite around here. We really like them, and have shared our recipe for garlic green beans which are made from fresh or frozen green beans. Since we are in the midst of our 30 days of cans challenge, this recipe for Green Beans with Onions and Garlic is made from canned green beans. The recipe is very simple and is ready for the table in about 15 minutes.
Roasted Spicy Brussel Sprouts and Tomatoes is a tasty and delicious vegetable side dish that goes well with almost any meat entrée. The best part is that they are prepared in one pan, so clean up is simple. This recipe was inspired by two things–an over abundance of brussel sprouts and the need for a side dish that would go well with a Mexican inspired dinner entrée. The solution was to cook the brussel sprouts with a spicy tomato blend and onions.
Roasting carrots is a great way to accentuate the natural sugars that occur in them. A roasted carrot is sweeter than a steamed carrot. I love that I can throw them into the oven and ignore them for the next 30 minutes or so and have a perfect side dish to accompany any meat entrée.