Nov 04
Roasted carrot thanksgiving dishes

Non-Traditional Thanksgiving Dishes from CVSC Grocery Stores

Posted by Cascade Village

It’s the first week of November, and you know what that means: Thanksgiving weekend is nearly upon us. Whether you’re cooking up a classic turkey dinner or something off the cuff, these non-traditional Thanksgiving dishes are sure to add some flare to your feast. Think timeless ingredients with a modern twist, all available from your local Trader Joe’s and Food 4 Less at the Cascade Village Shopping Center. 

Roasted Carrots with Farro

This side dish from Cookie and Kate is sure to please the veggie lovers at your table. A bed of seasoned farro and chickpeas topped with rainbow carrots, herbed crème fraîche, spiced pumpkin seeds, and fresh parsley will add a pop of festival color to your Thanksgiving spread.  

Roasted Pumpkin with Chili Yogurt

Add a little spice to your spread with this savory concoction from Drizzle and Dip. Festive pumpkin wedges give this side dish a traditional base, while chili yogurt and coriander (aka cilantro) sauce give it robust global flavors. If you’ve been looking for an opportunity to sneak some sriracha into your Thanksgiving dishes, this is it. 

Sweet Potato Lasagna

Step aside, Tofurkey. This vegan sweet potato lasagna from Minimalist Baker is going to steal the spotlight as everyone’s new favorite plant-based Thanksgiving main dish. Sweet potatoes with a fluffy tofu ‘ricotta’ filling and homemade pesto sauce bring an extra serving of festive flavor to the table. 

Pumpkin and Potato Gratins with Gruyere 

Perfect for small gatherings, these individual-serving pumpkin gratins from Cooking for Keeps pack a punch with big flavors: thinly sliced potatoes, creamy pumpkin béchamel, loads of shredded gruyere cheese, and a hint of sage. Serve it with dinner. Save it for dessert. The choice is yours. 

Get all your ingredients in one place

Thanksgiving is so close we can almost taste it. So make your grocery list, check it twice, and head to the CVSC to stock up on all the goods. With Trader Joe’s and Food 4 Less just steps away from each other, you can get everything you need in one swoop. Cheers! 

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