Amish Cooking: 8 Easy Side Dish Recipes
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Is there anyone who knows how to cook better than the Amish? With their tried-and-true cooking skills and old-fashioned methods, you'd be hard-pressed to find anyone who could make great side dish recipes like the Amish. We're taking a leaf out of the Amish recipe book with some of our favorite easy side dish recipes for any occasion!
This farmstyle Amish Potato Salad will take your taste buds to Pennsylvania Dutch country in an instant. Made with your own fresh ingredients, this foray into Amish cooking beats anything you could buy at the market!
Nothing store-bought compares to the homemade goodness of the rich and creamy taste and texture of this delicious Amish side dish recipe. Our Amish Broccoli Bake might just make veggie lovers out of your finicky gang.
Amish cooking has its roots in Germany, where many hearty side dish recipes, like these comforting and flavorful buttery egg noodles, get their traditional taste from! Try Dutch Noodles for a home-style Amish side dish everyone will love!
Amish Chow Chow is a relish that pairs with everything. Its tangy vinegar marinade jazzes up veggies like cauliflower and green and yellow wax beans to the point that second helpings will be in order with this easy side dish recipe.
The garden fresh taste of our Amish-inspired Pennsylvania Dutch Green Beans that come with a hint of savory bacon, is sure to warrant second helpings at dinner time. This easy side dish recipe is a must-have at your next potluck!
In Pennsylvania Dutch country, pickled beets are a staple go-along in Amish cooking. Our easy version tastes just like theirs but we use the convenience of canned beets that we simmer in an easy homemade sauce -- and get the same result!
This Amish farm favorite is made from ruby red tomatoes that are bathed in a tangy homemade marinade. Take advantage of your homegrown tomatoes or the ruby red beauties at the market and team this easy side dish recipe with any of your main dishes.
This Pennsylvania Dutch recipe for Amish Sausage Balls is so versatile! Whether as a crowd-pleasing appetizer or as a robust main dish, the Amish country flavors come through as loud and clear as the sound of a horse and buggy coming down a country road.
If you liked these recipes, be sure to check out our free eCookbook, Welcome to Amish Country: 16 Easy Amish Recipes from Mr. Food!
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