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Thanksgiving Recipes For Your Kitchen at Flats on D
With Thanksgiving just around the corner, it’s time to start prepping your dishes to whip up in your kitchen at Flats on D. Spacious kitchen layouts and stainless steel appliances will make this space quickly become your favorite room in your home. This is a prime time to really put it to good use. We’ve put together a variety of recipes the whole family is sure to love.
World’s Simplest Thanksgiving Turkey
Feeling overwhelmed with the responsibility of cooking the turkey? Keep it simple with this recipe from Food Network. All you need is three hours and 10 minutes in your kitchen at Flats on D to cook a delicious turkey. Once you’ve cleaned the turkey, fill it with flavorful foods like chopped onions, carrots, apples and herbs. Brush with butter, cover with foil and roast for two hours at 325 degrees. Then uncover, brush again with more butter and cook for another hour at 425 degrees.
Yellow Squash Casserole
This recipe by Allrecipes is sure to be a crowd pleaser. All you need is yellow squash, onion, buttery crackers, cheddar cheese, milk, butter, and seasonings for flavor. Bake at 400 degrees for 30 minutes. The crunchy cracker top adds a nice texture to this cheesy casserole.
Thanksgiving isn’t complete without a stuffing or dressing of sorts. This Cornbread Dressing from Delish has all of the traditional flavors you crave like fresh sage and thyme, onion, celery, and of course, Italian sausage with a cornbread base. This recipe takes one hour and 25 minutes to complete. If you’re worried about having time on Thanksgiving day, make it ahead of time. Prepare everything beforehand and refrigerate until ready to bake.
Four-Flavor Sheet Pan Pie
Everyone has their favorite Thanksgiving desserts. Why not bring a sampling to cater to a variety of tastes. This Four-Flavor Sheet Pan Pie from Food Network means more options, including apple pie, sour cherry pie, pumpkin pie and pecan pie. Once you have your fillings ready, place the apple filling in the upper left section, the pumpkin filling under the apple section, the cherry filling next to the pumpkin, and the pecan filling next to the apple and cherry filling. It might seem complicated but this recipe will set you up for success.
Head to your kitchen at Flats on D to create some mouth-watering Thanksgiving dishes. Share with us your favorite recipes. Happy Thanksgiving!
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