Thanksgiving is a time to be with family, to sit around a large table and share moments of fun and chatter along with a tender juicy turkey.
However, with Covid-19 knocking on every door, families have been forced to spend the holidays in isolation and cooking has become even harder than before, especially portioning!
Here are some recipes to put the spark back into the holidays and they are all sure to knock the socks (and PJs) off of all those quarantined millennials who just can’t be bothered to dress up for the occasion when no family is around.
While Brussels sprouts are not the kind of vegetable that people look most forward to seeing, it is the healthiest and has become an integral part of Thanksgiving in many households.
2. Twice Baked Potatoes:
For those who live off of carbs, baked potatoes are not something anyone wants missing from a Thanksgiving feast.
This simplistic take on classic green beans is sure to leave mouths watering!
Who can forget the star of the night, the mouthwatering, juicy and scrumptious Turkey!
It may take about four hours to prepare but compared to other hearty versions, it’s a great time commitment.
For those with even less patience on their hands, this one-tray meal for one would serve as the best compensation between taste and time.
This Thanksgiving dish can serve as a great all-in-one for those modern Thanksgiving enthusiasts who have no time to set up an extravagant table.
Not only that, it can also serve as a leftover platter too, in case you decide to double any of the recipes mentioned above.