Southern Side Dish Recipes

Southern Recipes

Bayou Dressing
Best Cooked Southern Cabbage
Charleston Red Rice
Cheesy Tomato Casserole
Collard Greens
Corn Pudding
Cornbread Dressing
Cornbread Fritter Cakes photo
Cornmeal Mush
Field Peas and Rice
Flavorful Southern Collard Greens
Fried Cornmeal Mush photo — Most eat Fried Cornmeal Mush for breakfast or brunch, but it’s delicious any time of the day.
Fried Green Tomatoes photo — In this recipe, you don't add salt to the dredging mixture; instead, you salt the tomatoes as soon as they are removed from the skillet. You may also make these with red tomatoes, but make sure that they are very firm; otherwise they will be mushy.
Fried Green Tomatoes with Zesty Dipping Sauce photo — Make easy Fried Green Tomatoes with Zesty Dipping Sauce from Fannie Flagg’s Original Whistle Stop Cafe Cookbook. Includes zesty dipping sauce recipe. Fried green tomatoes are best eaten immediately. They will become soggy fast if you don’t eat them within a few minutes of frying.
Fried Grits
Fried Grits Patties
Fried Okra and Potatoes
Greasy Rice
Hoecakes photo — Hoecakes are from the primitive family of pones. A “hoe” was a word for “griddle.” Hoecakes are cornbread in its unleavened form.
Hoppin' John
North Carolina Brown-Butter Sweet Potatoes
Old Fashioned Fried Corn
Seafood Cornbread Dressing
Smothered Okra
Southern Black-Eyed Peas
Southern Cheese Grits Casserole
Southern Cheese Spoon Bread
Southern Cooked Greens
Southern Cornbread and Oyster Dressing
Southern Creamed Corn
Southern Fried Sweet Corn
Southern Party Potatoes
Southern Pot of Greens
Southern Style Green Beans and Potatoes
Southern Style Green Beans photo
Southern Style Green Beans and Potatoes
Southern Style Okra
Tomato Gravy and Rice
Vidalia Onion Casserole

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