- n. A food served “on the side” as a minor course.
“The squash & onions are roasted with a mixture of spices & turned out so good you could just do that part of the recipe to serve as a sidedish.”
“I forgot about it, but I had an idea now it it would be great for the sidedish I promised to bring for a dinner party next Sunday.”
“But I think this looks delish – maybe as a sidedish!”
“My fiancee are going to a bbq and have to bring a sidedish - this may be the one!!”
“They sell bags of frozen fava beans at Mitsuwa, and although they aren't as good as fresh, you don't have to take them out of the pods so it's great for a quick snack or sidedish.”
“I rummaged around and found some leftover chicken stock and some baby portobellos and made the most wonderful sidedish.”
“This looks like a wonderful sidedish for Thanksgiving, thank you.”
“I never use couscous for anything but a sidedish--I have no more excuses.”
“Tamarind, coconut, coconut milk or curd form the base for a kootan/gravy while upperi/dry sidedish is either a thoran, ie. a medley of vegetables and grated coconut or mezhukuparatti, ie. stir fried vegetables coated in oil.”
“I believe this to be a subtleyet effective adaptation to the climate a clever way of ensuring that Ontarians do not freeze in their sleep, as their beds will be cosily heated for hours from the preheated gaseous emissions resulting from the breakdown of said sidedish cruciferousness.”
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