Here’s another vegan option to keep your Thanksgiving feasts more inclusive and enjoyable. Butternut squash soup has been a mainstay in many Thanksgiving tables. Turn things around by trying Real Simple’s Red Curry Squash Soup With Tofu Croutons. In just 30 minutes and simple ingredients like butternut squash, red curry paste, coconut milk, tofu, and veggie stock, you’ve got yourself a rich and smooth-tasting soup that’ll warm you up throughout the cool Thanksgiving dinner.
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Brussels sprouts often take a backseat in the grand scheme of Thanksgiving feasts but the Foodie Physician seeks to make a case for these underrated veggies! The recipe involves tossing your admittedly boring Brussels sprouts in a sweet, salty, and spicy dressing made with miso paste, maple syrup, vinegar, tamari soy sauce, and sriracha. Then they are roasted until caramelized and tender and come out of the oven as umami bombs! The kids will be thanking you extra for this must-try Thanksgiving dish.
As the family wraps up dessert and gratitude has been passed around the table, all that’s left is to kick back and enjoy the company of the people we love. Make it a sweet and memorable affair by serving ready-to-drink boba tea for dessert. The Ocean Bomb Bubble Milk Tea has the classic black sugar flavor and signature tapioca pearls, all in one can. It comes in a canned packaging so you don’t have to fuss over several more hours in the kitchen making another dish. You deserve a break!
Preparing a Thanksgiving feast on your own is not an easy feat. But it’s about the heart you give into each recipe that resonates with the special people in our lives. The end result may not always be perfect, but we hope to make things memorable by offering a new take on traditional Thanksgiving recipes. For all your Thanksgiving grocery needs and Asian food essentials, shop at Karman Foods.