Food & Recipes
Delicious Thanksgiving Recipes Other Than Turkey
Thanksgiving is coming and you’re ready to buy a turkey for the special occasion. If you want to prepare something different for your Thanksgiving dinner or that turkey is not your thing, then we might help you with that.
Make it non-traditional but memorable by preparing these delicious Thanksgiving recipes other than turkey.
Your favorite festive ham that’s usually prepped during the Christmas holidays can also be put on the table during Thanksgiving. You might want to cook and cut that delicious, meaty Honey-Glazed Ham that can feed and smile a lot of guests.
Herb-Roasted Pork Tenderloin
If you’re thinking of what other pork alternatives to offer to the holiday table on Thanksgiving, then you can turn to Herb-Roasted Pork Tenderloin. This elegant and juicy main course coated in caramelized pear and fresh is easy to make and affordable. Slice your pork tenderloin on a Premium Large Bamboo Cutting Board.
Roasted Lamb Leg
Roasted Lamb Leg is a meaty, tasty substitute for your traditional turkey. This one’s easy to cook and your loved ones will love this wonderful feast.
Classic Roasted Chicken
Other than traditional turkey, another common bird is equally delicious and an alternative to put on Thanksgiving table. Stuff your plump Classic Roasted Chicken with garlic cloves, lemon, and fresh thyme to make it tastier and to release the aroma you desire as you roast it.
This flavorful Prime Rib is mixed with fresh sage, dried bay leaves, and orange zest. The roasted ribs delight is a great addition to the Thanksgiving table that your family will want for more. Make sure to use our Omnihook Towel Dish Cloth to keep your hands and your kitchen clean.
Glazed Roasted Duck
Another bird, other than turkey and chicken, might be a holiday meaty centerpiece, especially if you want to try something Oriental. A tasty Glazed Roasted Duck wrapped in cherry syrup will definitely surprise you and your guests’ palate on your Thanksgiving dinner.
Butternut Squash Lasagna
For veggie lovers out there, here’s a recipe that is worthy to be part of your Thanksgiving menu. Butternut Squash Lasagna is a deluxe layered cream pasta filled with delightful taste and aroma. Go ahead and add this pasta to your holiday table.
You can go Greek on Thanksgiving with a Classic Spanakopita. This Greek pie packed with fresh herbs, feta, and spinach, wrapped in flaky filo dough is an impressive addition to the table.
Fried Mashed Potato Balls
Mashed potatoes are usually sides for your main dish, so on Thanksgiving, try it with a twist. Fried Mashed Potato Balls is a tasty, crispy, and cheesy alternative to your normal sides. Fry your potato balls properly on a Premium Nonstick Fry Pan.
Vegetarian Stuffed Pumpkin
If you’re a vegan or even not and still have a bunch of pumpkins at home, then it’s your chance to make use of them this Thanksgiving Day that a lot of people will consume. You and your family will surely love this mouth-watering Vegetarian Stuffed Pumpkin filled with greens, mushrooms, herbs, and cornbread.
Root Vegetable Pot Pie
Root crops are one of the main staples of every dish. Root Vegetable Pot Pie will give a different flavorful twist to the Thanksgiving table. This hearty recipe is also comprised of garlic, caramelized onions, shallots, fresh herbs, and sauce, making you love your root veggies more.
This Thanksgiving Day, turn your tables around by trying and serving different entrees other than turkey. With a plethora of festive dishes to choose from, you’ll definitely say thanks for the delicious food and blessings.
Honey-Glazed Ham by AllRecipes
Herb-Roasted Pork Tenderloin by Budget Bytes
Roasted Lamb Leg by Recipe Tin Eats
Root Vegetable Pot Pie by Veganosity