Blog Posts - Side Dishes



Low Country Boil for Saint Peter

This Low Country Boil is a Southern Summertime Staple here in Virginia. Why heat up the house if you don’t have to? Today is the Feast of Saint Peter. It would be fitting to serve something from the sea on his feast day. I thought a Low Country...
by My Catholic Kitchen on Jun 29, 2016

Quick Summer Meal on the Grill in under 30 Minutes

The last thing any of us want to do is spend a ton of time cooking in the kitchen when it’s finally nice outside. But we still want to eat home-cooked meals together as much as possible. Plus, we’re dedicating 3 days/nights a week that th...
by Sweep Tight on Jun 28, 2016

Creamy Ham and Pea Pasta Salad

Salty and savory ham mixed with the pop of sweet baby peas is a delicious combination especially when mixed with pasta in a creamy garlic dressing! Bring this side dish to your next summer BBQ or just eat it on it’s own as a quick and easy meal...
by First Home Love Life on Jun 28, 2016

BLT Macaroni Salad

A delicious pasta-based salad is one of my favorite things to enjoy during the summer. Yes, I know that pasta isn’t going to help my waistline, but it sure is yummy. Everything in moderation, right? Here on IBC, we’ve delved into the esse...
by Inspired by Charm on Jun 27, 2016

Tzatziki Sauce for Saint Cyril of Alexandria

Tzatziki is a delicious Greek yogurt sauce you can throw together in minutes. A great way to WOW your guests with minimal effort. Today is the Feast day of Cyril of Alexandria. He lived from 376-444. He was the Patriarch of Alexandria when his father...
by My Catholic Kitchen on Jun 27, 2016

Baked French Fries with Sriracha Dipping Sauce Recipe

Can you believe it’s already the 12th Day of our ‪#‎12DaysOf‬ BBQ Series? We have seen desserts, sides, and yummy main meals. Today, Tracy at Having Fun Saving and Cooking has a yummy side dish that is easy to make, full of flavor, and is...
by Creative Cynchronicity on Jun 26, 2016

Quinoa Vine Leaves with Lamb Chops Recipe

Quinoa Vine Leaves with Lamb ChopsPreparation: 50 minutes approximatelyCooking: 1 hour & 45 minutes approximatelyServes: 4Cuisine: Arabian LevantAll you need300g lamb chops1 tsp corn oil1 tsp salt1/2 tbsp al alali Ground Allspice – for lamb cho...
by Arabic Food Recipes on Jun 23, 2016

Party Fruit Kabob Recipe – Firecracker Kabobs

A party fruit kabob tray is one festive way to serve fruit at a 4th of July party. Fruit skewers are a fun and easy way to eat fruit at a BBQ. Both kids and adults love the ease of food on a stick. Plus, these fruit kabobs look like fireworks which m...
by Sweep Tight on Jun 21, 2016

Homemade Thai Fish Cakes -Tod Mun Pla

Whenever we travel internationally I like to attend various cooking schools so I can get a feel for the ingredients and flavours of that country. Thai Fish Cakes is a very popular restaurant dish in Australia so on my last trip to Thailand I was look...
by Gourmet Getaways on Jun 14, 2016

Asparagus Two Ways – Trying Loblaws Monthly Food Alert Item

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Loblaws Companies Inc.. All opinions are 100% mine. I don’t remember the first time I had asparagus. It wasn’t something I was served as a child but once I got older, I must have decided...
by Creative Cynchronicity on Jun 13, 2016

Meat Sambousah Recipe

Meat SambousahThese half-moon shaped fried appetizers are stuffed with a tasty mixture of ground meat and onions.Preparation Time: 1 hour 20 minutes approximatelyCooking Time: 20 minutes approximatelyServes: 10 personsAll you needFor the dough:3 cups...
by Arabic Food Recipes on Jun 13, 2016

Honey Mustard Two Potato Salad

I found that I had quite a few sweet potatoes and white potatoes in the potato bin the other day and I thought to myself why not make a potato salad using both of them and this is what I came up with.  Honey Mustard Two Potato Salad!  It wa...
by The English Kitchen on Jun 12, 2016

Matar Kaju Masala/Green Peas & Cashew Nut Masala

If you are searching for a super rich, creamy and a delicious masala to have along with Indian flat breads or pulav, you should check my today's dish. Yes my today's post is all about a Gourmet gravy with a smooth texture prepared with green peas and...
by Priya's Easy N Tasty Recipes on Jun 11, 2016

Anda Palak/Spinach Egg Curry

Anda means Egg, Palak means Spinach, hence Anda Palak curry, this greeny egg curry is one of the delicious curry i have tried recently for our Sunday lunch. Trust me who ever loves spinach and egg will definitely go crazy if they have this curry. Ser...
by Priya's Easy N Tasty Recipes on Jun 10, 2016

Paneer Kalimirch/Punjabi Paneer Subzi/Cottage Cheese in Black Pepper Gravy

This week's posts are going to be some Gourmet gravies, which you can serve along with rotis or flavoured rice as much as like restaurant's menu. Kali mirch in hindi means Black peppercorns and my today's post is going to be an interesting Punjabi st...
by Priya's Easy N Tasty Recipes on Jun 9, 2016

Bacon Ranch Pasta Salad Recipe

Tis the season for pasta salad recipes. Since so many people have straight lost their minds for bacon, this bacon ranch pasta salad recipe should be a hit at summer parties. Plus, it’s colorful and looks pretty on the table. This post contains...
by Sweep Tight on Jun 7, 2016

Lentil Stuffed Peppers

Stuff Bell peppers with a combination of lentils and rice for a simple satisfying vegetarian meal. A few months back, and when I say a few months back I mean during Lent, I cooked some Lentils. You remember? I cooked some Sloppy Joes and stuffed some...
by My Catholic Kitchen on Jun 7, 2016

Manaqeesh (Levantine Flatbread)

I live in a city that is used to homogeneity, not multiculturalism. In the last year though this town has been forced to welcome more and more people from other countries. I consider this a huge enrichment. It’s interesting to hear what these p...
by seitan is my motor on Jun 7, 2016

Meal Prepping Tips for More Balanced Eating

Meal prepping tips are key to balanced eating. Balance is a word I struggle with in life so living a balanced lifestyle for me is a daily challenge. Moderation might as well be a word in a foreign language. In an effort to balance the scales in our h...
by Sweep Tight on Jun 1, 2016

Ramen Noodle Salad

I realize that based on the deliciousness of this salad recipe, it should have a better or more descriptive name. However, around here it’s referred to as Ramen Noodle Salad, so I decided to stick with that. This is another one of those recipes...
by Inspired by Charm on May 31, 2016


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