Five Dishes to Make This Year’s Thanksgiving Memorable

Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and undoubtedly, it’s a sign of joy for all of us. Thanksgiving means a four-day break from school, a time to show gratitude, and most importantly, another season of good food. If you are excited to stuff your tummy with some classic Turkey, mashed potato, gravy, and stuffing, but wish to seek some new dishes as well, here are five suggestions for you:

1.Honey Glazed Turkey

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If your excited for turkey season, but not feeling for the classic type, it’s time to glaze your turkey with some honey; this luscious, mouth watering honey glaze will add a rich flavoring to your turkey. After that, you just need to say YAY for TurKAY!

2. Pumpkin Pie AND PSL

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It’s that time of the year where you get to indulge in all the pumpkin you want 🙂 Bake a pumpkin pie and whip up a Pumpkin Spice Latte drink. Trust me, there’s nothing better than pumpkin with pumpkin.

3. Bread rolls

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Imagine your pan of freshly baked bread rolls coming straight out of the oven. The surface of your bread rolls is gold and crisp, and the inside is soft, chewy, and fluffy. I’d totally recommend polishing the surface of your bread rolls with a layer of butter; after all, bread and butter always go together.

4.  Cranberry Sauced Meatballs

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Meatballs are delicious. Cranberry sauce is amazing. When you combine these two dishes together, you get to experience pure satisfaction. As simple as it sounds, you can easily make this mouth-watering dish by cooking your meatballs in cranberry sauce in a crock pot!

5. Fried Mac And Cheese Balls

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Mac and Cheese is indeed an iconic dish, but have you tried fried mac and cheese balls? If you haven’t, this is your chance to not miss out on something phenomenal. To make this dish, make your regular mac and cheese, refrigerate it, then use a cookie scoop to scoop your cold mac and cheese into balls. Once you get the shape, refrigerate it for a few hours, then coat it in egg wash and bread crumbs to deep fry them until they become golden brown!

Author: Brenda Lee

Brenda Lee is currently a junior, and this is her first year as a reporter for The Eye. This is her sixth year studying in Singapore American School, and despite coming from a Korean, American, and Hong Kong background, she considers Singapore her home. In her free time, she loves to indulge in bubble tea and consume food from all kinds of cuisine. In addition, she finds happiness in travelling around the globe and exposing herself to different cultures. She can be contacted at lee45288@sas.edu.sg.

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