Thanksgiving Recipe Roundup – DadCooksDinner

Thanksgiving Recipe Roundup 2022. Looking for DadCooksDinner recipes for your Thanksgiving turkey, gravy or sides? Here are my Thanksgiving favorites.

Instant Pot turkey thighs

My pressure cooker supports me when I have my (large, extended) family for Thanksgiving. For the big bird I use my grill. Grilled turkey tastes better and frees up the oven for other dishes, like the stuffing. I use my pressure cooker for prep work, make turkey broth, gravy, and cranberry sauce ahead of time; I use it as a side dish on the day itself, usually with sweet potatoes or squash.

If we have a smaller Thanksgiving, just the two of us, I’ll switch to the pressure cook turkey. I love dark turkey, so I pressure-cook some thighs or drumsticks and choose our favorite side dishes.

So, here it is, my roundup of Thanksgiving recipes. Good luck on T-Day!

A turkey leg on a bed of cranberries, onions and sauce, with a sprig of thyme and sage on top and a cup of cranberries in the background

Instant Pot Thanksgiving Flavored Turkey Thighs

Instant Pot Thanksgiving Flavored Turkey Thighs. Dark turkey with a traditional Thanksgiving flavor profile that’s ready in about an hour thanks to pressure cooking.

Rotisserie turkey, dry pickled with orange and spices

This Thanksgiving I’m applying all the techniques I’ve learned to cook my turkey. Here’s what I’ll do. My first trick is to dry the turkey in brine. For years, my gold standard for turkey brine was the cider brine from Jamie Purviance’s Weber’s Art of the Grill. I am a complete convert

Grilled Turkey in Dry Brine |

Grilled Turkey in Brine (Barbecue Basics)

Dry Salted Grilled Turkey (Barbecue Basics). Grilling turkey is the best way to cook up the big bird for Thanksgiving, and a simple dry brine flavors it all the way.

A turkey breast on a rotisserie on a grill

Rotisserie Turkey Breast with Honey Bourbon Glaze

Rotisserie turkey breast with honey bourbon glaze. Turkey breast on the rotisserie of your grill, with a sweet and tart glaze.

Turkey drumsticks, sprinkled with spices, on a platter

Instant Pot Turkey Legs with Poultry Seasoning

Instant Pot Turkey Legs with Poultry Seasoning. Thanksgiving-flavored turkey drumsticks from my pressure cooker.

Pressure cooker gravy

Pressure cooker turkey offal gravy

Pressure Cooker Giblet Gravy – Prepare your turkey broth and gravy using a pressure cooker.

A pan of stuffing with cranberries and apples

Rotisserie Pan Bread Filling with Cranberries and Apples

I need four things for Thanksgiving. Turkey Gravy Mashed Potato Filling. Oh, and a glass of wine or two. Everything else is beautiful; those four are mandatory, or it’s just not Thanksgiving. Here’s number four – the easy filling recipe I use for Thanksgiving, loosely based on a recipe Pam Anderson posted years ago

Corn bread and sage sausage filling

“The filling looks good – but you HAVE to try the cornbread filling.” A friend challenged me after I posted my Thanksgiving filling recipe. cornbread filling? After some research, I found out it’s a southern thing—usually called cornbread dressing and loaded with sausage. That works – cornbread and sausage sounds like a wonderful combination.

Sweet potato puree from the pressure cooker

Pressure cooker mashed sweet potatoes recipe with a little extra kick of some chipotle en adobo sauce.

Pressure Cooker Butternut Squash with Sage and Honey |

Pressure Cooker Butternut Squash with Honey and Sage

Pressure cooker butternut squash with honey and sage recipe. Quick and easy pumpkin puree with the flavor of fall.

A bowl of cranberry sauce with a bowl of cranberries and an Instant Pot in the background

Instant Pot Cranberry Sauce

Instant Pot Cranberry Sauce. Homemade cranberry sauce is a quick and easy Thanksgiving appetizer, especially if you have a pressure cooker.

Shaved Brussels sprouts with bacon and honey

Shaved Brussels Sprouts with Bacon and Honey Recipe – sweet, crunchy Brussels sprouts – with bacon!

Pressure Cooker Day-After-Thanksgiving Turkey Carcass Soup |

Pressure Cooker Day-After-Thanksgiving Turkey Carcass Soup

Pressure Cooker Day After Thanksgiving Turkey Carcass Soup Recipe. Save the Bones! Use them to make homemade turkey noodle soup that’s ready in an afternoon thanks to the pressure cooker.

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