I’m not really a sappy person, but something about Thanksgiving brings out my sentimental side. Gratitude! Family! Traditions! So many other holidays are now over-shadowed by consumerism, obligatory greeting cards, and massive amounts of candy, but Thanksgiving is still about sharing a meal with loved ones and taking time to be grateful for what you have. These vegetarian entrees for thanksgiving only make it more special.
In the spirit of gathering together and sharing food, I asked all of our contributors to share a favorite vegetarian entrees for thanksgiving from their blogs. I’d also love to see your favorite vegetarian entrees for thanksgiving too — share a link in the comments below and tell us about it. It’ll be like a virtual Thanksgiving potluck! Looking for vegan Thanksgiving recipes? We’ve got those too.
Recipe Title: Brussels Sprout & Potato Gratin
Description: I confess Brussels sprouts are still not my favorite veggie (I’m trying!) but if I had to choose one way to eat them on Thanksgiving, it would be in this gratin. Since last year it’s become one of our favorite recipes and even though Thanksgiving is all about the mashed potatoes swimming in gravy, there’s still room for this dish. It only needs about 20 minutes in a hot oven, so it can go in just before everything else is done. – Lindsey