Thanksgiving is a time for family, food and so many dishes that your dining room table threatens to collapse. Stuffing, sweet potatoes and other dishes are some of the most beloved holiday dishes, but with all the attention going to the turkey it’s easy to run out of time to cook them.
With the Frigidaire Gallery® Induction Range, your dishes can come together faster. This range brings water to a boil in less than two minutes* and has exceptional temperature control, which means that your creamed corn won’t burn while you are trying to peel your toddler’s modeling clay off Great Aunt Ida’s heirloom gravy bowl. All you need now are the rave-worthy recipes to get you to the table in record time.
These mashed potatoes are creamy, fluffy and infused with garlic and onion. That irresistible flavor that you can’t put your finger on? Nutmeg.
Marc Murphy’s Brussels Sprouts with Bacon
“Brussels sprouts and bacon is one of my favorite combinations—a perfect marriage of textures and flavors,” says Chef Murphy. We couldn’t agree more! In this recipe he blanches the Brussels sprouts before roasting for a soft, perfectly cooked inside and crispy outside.
Peas take salty, savory turn in this dish. These peas are steamed until soft then tossed with crispy prosciutto and sweet onions for a Thanksgiving dish that is delicious enough to make the rounds all year long.
Kelsey Nixon’s Stovetop Green Bean Casserole
All the nostalgia of yesteryear with the modern speedy cooking time of the Frigidaire Gallery® Induction Range. Green beans and mushrooms are tossed in a creamy roux before getting that signature crown of crunchy fried onion strands.
Clinton Kelly’s Sweet and Spicy Shrimp
This is almost criminally delicious, especially considering how easy it is. Marmalade, shrimp and jalapeno come together to make the ideal appetizer before the family football game starts.
*10" induction burner with Power Boost, 6 qt./10" diameter pot, 1 qt. tepid water.