side dish


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Synonyms for side dish

a dish that is served with, but is subordinate to, a main course

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Just before serving, cook the rice according to the packet instructions along with the pea and leek side dish.
Retailers hoping to step up product development in the refrigerated entree and side dish space will want to pay close attention to a number of trends currently playing out.
The frozen potato and onion side dish category accounts for $1.
It's an excellent dish for vegetarians or, as side dish to good white meaty fish, such as cod or monkfish.
One-third said they would bring or make a new appetizer and the same amount reported they would mix things up with a new side dish.
That's a shame, because a side dish done well rounds out a meal and complements the main course.
It's the eight grams of trans fat in the partially hydrogenated vegetable shortening that brings the total artery glue in 25 potato disks to 15 grams--three-quarters of a day's worth in a breakfast side dish.
In 1990, 65 percent of suppers had at least one side dish, but last year that number was only 56 percent.
Once a week for 4 weeks, they served the volunteers identical breakfasts, followed a few hours later by a lunch of chopped steak, bread, cheese, an apple, and a starchy side dish.
Roasted and ground buckwheat is called kasha, which can be cooked like rice for a side dish.
Americans are choosing salads when they dine out, often as the main course in their meal rather than as just a side dish.
Mirroring trends in other frozen foods, the side dish segment also reflects growing interest in more natural and clean-label options.
Retailers hoping to step up product development in the refrigerated entr'e and side dish space will want to pay close attention to a number of trends currently playing out.
If you crave a fried side dish, order the smallest size