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Enhance Your Holiday Meal

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Enhance Your Holiday Meal

Whether your table is set for two or twenty your holiday dinner can be a bountiful feast filled with robust aromas and premium flavor. From the main course to sides and desserts, Spice Islands® spices and seasonings are the secret to authentic, exceptional tasting meals. Just be ready to be asked to host the holidays again next year!

On our menu is Turkey, Green Beans with Warm Dijon Vinaigrette, Spiced Maple Carrots, Homestyle Dressing with Mushrooms, Smashed Garlic and Dill Potatoes, Cranberry Apple Chutney, Cayenne Pecan Pie and Mulled Red Wine

First things first. The centerpiece of dinner, the golden, tender and juicy main dish that everything else revolves around…the holiday turkey! Bring out the best possible flavor without the guesswork of choosing the right seasoning. A pre-mixed Turkey Rub takes out the guesswork and stress!

 

While your turkey is roasting, it’s time to give your sides some much needed attention. Looking for an alternative to the usual green bean casserole? Upgrade to Green Beans with Warm Dijon Vinaigrette. The tangy dressing complements the beans, while toasted almonds give it a satisfying crunch. Expand your veggie offerings even further with delicious Spiced Maple Carrots. Sweet syrup combines with savory spices to create holiday-inspired, woody flavor.

 

 

No holiday turkey is complete without dressing and mashed potatoes. You call it stuffing, we call it dressing, but either way put down the store-bought, boxed mix and introduce your family to our spiced-just-right, savory Homestyle Dressing with Mushrooms. And when it comes to potatoes, add layers of flavor to this tried-and-true holiday side with spices and seasoning, like in our Smashed Garlic and Dill Potatoes. Both are sure to become part of your holiday traditions.

 

 

Let’s talk cranberries. A staple of the holiday menu, but often overlooked and, let’s face it, passed over. Bring back the excitement with a Cranberry Apple Chutney this year. The apple-cranberry combination makes this traditional side more robust …and delicious!

 

Just when you and your guests thought that you can’t possibly eat any more, it’s dessert time! Kick things up with a spicy version of a holiday staple, Cayenne Pecan Pie. The mix of sweet and spicy is a tasty way to end your meal. If an after-dinner drink is more your style, curl up next to your loved ones and sip on some Mulled Red Wine. Warm and inviting, it’s a great way to round out a flavorful holiday!

 

 

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