Looking for a round-up of the best Southern soul food side dishes? Look no further! Here is a collection of our favorites.
Collard greens and cabbage (mixed greens) are cooked together, simmered in a flavorful smoky broth, with seasonings, onions, ham hocks, and red pepper flakes.
Our soul food cornbread recipe is easy to follow and yields a moist, tender crumb.
Our Black Eyed Peas features smoked neck bones, onion, bell pepper, and celery.
Sweet, tender corn kernels are simmered in a rich, creamy sauce, making this dish a true comfort classic that’s easy to prepare and impossible to resist.
Fresh green beans and red potatoes are simmered in a rich and flavorful broth with smoked turkey, onion, garlic, and seasonings.
Indulge in this Southern baked macaroni and cheese recipe featuring cheddar, Monterey jack, and mozzarella.
This soul food collard greens recipe features slow simmered greens with smoked ham hocks, onions, seasonings, and a dash of red pepper flakes.
Serrano peppers, chili powder, and cayenne give these creamy, savory beans the perfect amount of heat.
These southern candied yams are sweet and buttery and feature brown sugar and warm spices.
This cornbread dressing recipe is a standout addition to your Thanksgiving feast and a true Southern comfort that’s as rich in tradition as it is in taste.
Southern Fried Cabbage is a comfort food side dish elevated by the combination of crispy bacon, smoked sausage, and a medley of seasonings.
Red kidney beans, smoked ham hock, andouille sausage, bay leaves, bell pepper, celery, and onion are cooked with Creole spices and served with white rice.
This Southern cabbage recipe features boiled cabbage in a smoky, meaty broth with seasonings and spices.
This sweet potato cornbread is perfectly moist and flavorful, made with fresh, mashed sweet potatoes, a touch of cinnamon, and the magic of beaten egg whites.