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What sides for Christmas meal #7008228
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I'm cooking steaks on the egg..

We are being really lazy and want some ideas for easy sides or even bought sides.

Throw out some ideas

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Twice baked potatoes and asparagus spears....


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Sweet potato pie (pm me if you want the recipe), sauteed mushrooms, roasted brussel sprouts. All super easy to make.

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Twice baked potatoes are always a win in my book, def agree with Snake.

You said you're being lazy so my idea is out the window BUT

MAN, make some Range Rattlers. Salt Grass recipe is one of my most favorite meals. I'll go there and just order 2 or 3 orders as a meal. Goes great with all sorts of meat. Been cooking them long before I knew of Salt Grass but always used corn meal. Bite of steak, bite of pepper & shrimp.

Or, just bacon wrap some shrimp and throw on the grill. Hard to beat that...

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Baked potatoes and roasted brussel sprouts with bacon.
Throw em both in the oven and be done with them.

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With steaks always a loaded bake potato and a good salad !


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Originally Posted By: mbavo
Baked potatoes and roasted brussel sprouts with bacon.
Throw em both in the oven and be done with them.



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Mac n cheese
Green beans with bacon

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Broccoli Salad

3 heads of broccoli
1 cup sharp cheddar cheese thicker
2/3 cup dried cranberries
1/2 cup crumbled bacon
1/2 cup salted sunflower seeds
1/3 cup red onion diced

Dressing: Make 1.5x this recipe

3/4 cup real mayo
1/4 cup sour cream
1 1/2 Tablespoon white wine vinegar
3 Tablespoons sugar
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon pepper

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We are making steaks on the egg as well. My wife got me a 2# Kobe Ribeye! For sides we are going to have this really good Mac and cheese recipe she makes, and a green bean casserole with a few modifications. She uses cut green beans and adds Monterey Jack cheese and sour cream to it, sounds strange but taste great.

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Sooooo.....what did you go with.... confused2


Originally Posted By: skinnerback
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