Easter dinner is not just a one-ham-show. It needs the best supporting players to turn your holiday menu into a great performance. Here are the top eight side dishes that would love to play a part in your Easter feast.
Most Popular Easter Side Dishes
With more than 3,000 reviews, this rich and satisfying potato casserole is a tried-and-true favorite that will pair beautifully with any Easter main dish.
Grated Parmesan cheese is a savory contrast to sweet, tender asparagus in this simple side dish.
Blasting at high heat caramelizes these cabbage cousins and brings out their sweet side. Be sure to cut out the bitter “choke” inside the base of each sprout.
For even roasting, turn your carrots over about halfway through the cooking time. (Be sure to line your pan with foil to make clean-up extra easy.)
This rich and hearty casserole could serve as a main dish for the vegetarians at your Easter dinner.
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This is the classic green bean casserole that always disappears first at Easter potlucks. A snap to pull together, you can even assemble all the ingredients the night before and bake it the next day.
Ten minutes is all it takes to make this gorgeously fresh dish celebrating the return of sugar snap pea season.
This savory baked rice dish is a light and fluffy alternative to rich potato dishes. Watch the video to get Chef John’s tips for making it turn out just right.
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