Top 10 Worst Thanksgiving Dishes
When planning thanksgiving try not to add the following dishes. These dishes are not things people would want to eat. Try eating it yourself before serving and you will know what I mean.
1. Ambrosia Salad:
Ambrosia salads include canned fruit, coconut, and mini marshmallows with either mayonnaise or sour cream. Many add Jello or whipped cream on top. The taste is not good, especially with the use of canned fruit.
2. Lima Bean Stew:
This is not a bad dish for those who love beans. Lima Beans are a laxative and will cause guests who eat it to have wild bowel movements.
3. Sweet Potato Casserole:
Marshmallows are for desert mostly. I cannot understand why someone would combine them with Sweet Potato. The taste is absolutely atrocious. The sweet potatoes are already sweet, marshmallows are thus not needed.
4. Tofu turkey:
I cannot imagine why anyone would waste their money on a fake turkey. It beats the whole tradition of having one in the first place. Thanksgiving could be celebrated by vegetarians in other ways.
5. Green Bean Casserole with Canned Onions:
The dish consists of green beans, cream of mushroom soup and canned French fried onions. This should be made with fried onions which should not be canned. The taste would be much different.
6. Canned Cranberry Sauces:
This is like trying to fast forward things and doing things the quick way. Canned cranberry sauces come with preservatives and usually taste differently than homemade. Many are better off serving homemade with real and fresh cranberries.
7. Sliced Deli Turkey Sandwiches:
This is a cheap way and an easy way to make thanksgiving. You will be a laughing stock if you provided this instead of the real turkey. I’ve seen it happen before, outside of television.
8. Dressing with Hard Boiled Eggs:
I cannot imagine this ever. It sounds disgusting, even though its Southern Style.
9. Jello Salad:
Can you really make this kind of salad? My friend had it once and said it was the worst of all dishes. It ruins the whole taste of jello.
Many people simply order pizza for thanksgiving. This one time I went to a dinner at my friend’s house and they ordered pizza instead of Turkey. Yummy but not a thanksgivings treat.