We’ve searched high and low for some OMS friendly Thanksgiving recipes to wow your guests.
Replacing Turkey doesn’t mean something dry and boring! We’ve included fish and plant based options along with all the sides you can think of.
Just a warning, Tofurky and the Quorn equivalent both contain rapeseed oil so are not suitable if you are following the OMS program. Nut roasts often have egg, cheese, oil or butter so again are tricky to find.
This soup is perfect to make ahead (minus the olive oil) and then heat up on the day. Full of flavour and containing lots of vegetables.
This delicious, easy-to-prepare baked salmon in a maple syrup and mustard sauce comes straight out of the OMS Cookbook – be sure to give it a try!
To make this more of a showstopper use a 3-5 lb side of salmon side on a big platter which will serve approx people. You might need to increase cooking time per pound of salmon
The salmon in the picture below is 1.5 lb which is recommended to serve 5 people or 3 big eaters.
We’ve written a new Mexican corn on the cob recipe which is quick, easy and full of flavour.
To make your roast veg more a showstopper, you can get shallot, pickled baby beetroot, baby turnips, and chantenay orange, white and purple carrots and cherry tomatoes on the vine.
You can use a maple and balsamic vinegar glaze but baste with water half way through cooking.
Make our festive dressing to go with it and pour over at the end for a really festive flavour.
This OMS-friendly ‘chocolate’ pumpkin cake is rich and full of flavor.
An alternative dessert recipe from OMSer My Notes in New England is this delicious spiced red wine poached pear recipe.