It is Thanksgiving month so we have a lot of "Thanksgiving-y" recipes shows up in trending this week. I am sure the next two Saturdays will bring more of the same. Which recipes are racking up the clicks on Amish365 this week? Check it out!
🥣 Trending Amish Soup
Amish Hamburger Soup: The arrival of autumn brings with it an assortment of soups and stews in Amish country. The aromas and flavors of fall find their way into all sorts of bubbling one-pot meals. There are thousands of Amish cooks and thousands of variations on soups. And there are soups that bubble outside in iron kettles over open fires. There are soups steaming on wood stoves. Soups bubbling away on kerosene and coal. This Amish Hamburger Soup actually came to me from a Mennonite cook, but she it from an Amish friend! Click here for the recipe.
🥘 Trending Amish Sides
Delicious Green Beans: This is an amazing green bean recipe if you are looking for something for your Thanksgiving table! Click here.
Amish Potato Bread Stuffing: This is a really good one: if you are going gluten-free, well, you won't want to try this Classic Amish Potato-Bread Stuffing. But if you are like me and can tank up on gluten, then this stuffing is for you. Potato and bread is a combination that might seem a bit starchy and odd, but, it works in this recipe. Combine it with the onion, celery, and parsley and you have yourself a winner. Click here for the recipe.
Easy Amish Skillet Stuffing: This recipe for stuffing is unusual in that it is fried and not baked. The frying instructions should be just to fry until "crisp", you then get a stuffing that is very moist with a slightly crispy exterior. Click here for the recipe.
Amish Sweet Potato Casserole: What is Thanksgiving without some yams on the table? Click here
Amish Corn Casserole: Delicious and perfect for the big meal! Corn dishes are very popular on Amish Thanksgiving tables. Corn adds color and depth to the variety of foods served and, man, count me as a corn fan. Corn bulked up with cracker crumbs and flavored with butter and salt....heaven...and this corn casserole fits that bill. And, for me, it does one better..it uses "creamed corn." I don't think I've eaten creamed corn in 30 years. My grandmother would always buy cans of it for me when I was a kid because she knew I liked it. Just for nostalgia's sake I may have to get some someday. So if you are looking for a popular, easy side dish for your Thanksgiving table, look no further.
🍗 Trending Amish Meals
Creamy Parmesan Chicken Bake: So good! If you want a nice November meal that is the ultimate comfort food, try this!
🥧 Trending Amish Dessert
Deep Dish Apple Pie: Yes, I know, you want pumpkin pie for the holiday, but what about a good old-fashioned deep dish apple pie? Click here for the recipe!
Coca-Cola Pie: Wow, you know what I want on MY Thanksgiving menu! Click here for Heaven in a Crust!
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