Who says that ham, lamb or another entrée has to be the star of the Easter table? Read on for 9 delicious sides that could easily upstage the main course.
These delicious and extremely healthy veggies could not be easier. Laura just dices her beets, tosses them with olive oil, garlic and salt and pepper, and roasts.
For this dish, Graham shreds broccoli to make a salad base, then adds pomegranate seeds, shaved parmesan, slivered almonds and a honey-dijon dressing. Simple and super healthy.
These spicy roasted green beans are a flavorful and fresh companion to your Easter entrée.
This creative salad features zucchini cut into spaghetti-like strands tossed with a dressing of olive oil, lemon and mint and topped with shaved pecorino. Your guests will flock to this light dish!
These quick-cooking brussels sprouts are mouthwateringly delish and give you extra time to focus on the main course.
If you have the time, and you want to wow your dinner guests, make Ludo's spiral-layered potato cake. By cooking this glamourous "cake" slowly in clarified butter, you will achieve a French "confit."
Be careful when you make these delectable garlic mashed potatoes -- your family will demand you make them every year! But since the recipe couldn't be easier, we say go for it!
If your family loves green bean casserole, but you want to change it up, try this updated version with a homemade celery root and mushroom cream sauce, and breadcrumbs combined with fried onions for the topping. Yum!
This is a side that could be a main dish if you are looking a vegetarian entree. The vegetables are roasted separately to develop maximum flavor.
Tip: No need to buy pre-made breadcrumbs. Just make your own with the leftover bread you already have in your pantry.
Watch below to see how easy it is to prepare Laura Prepon’s roasted beets: