Since this year is gonna be a non-traditional Thanksgiving, and we’re all (HOPEFULLY!!!) going to avoid large gatherings and the traditional Thanksgiving dinner, I’d like to know: what is everyone’s nontraditional side dish that is usually a hit at your Thanksgiving dinner? Do you do something incredibly different with mashed potatoes that sends it out of the park? Do you have a tradition that started in your family long ago because Uncle Sal decided to bring beer-battered onion rings one year, and it became a staple?
Ours is fried cauliflower. Basically just cauliflower florets with a panko breadcrumb crust. If we don’t make this for Thanksgiving, my family will riot.