We don’t want to hear the excuses about how turkey and gravy can’t possibly be the best meal you’ve ever had, so we’re going to take you through the best Thanksgiving meal ideas.
Roast turkey on the grill (or grill pan) for 3 hours.
This is a traditional way to grill turkey, and a nice, crispy exterior is a must.
Roasted turkey for 4 hours.
Roasting the turkey in a grill pan for four hours will give you a rich and tender meat that’s easy to dig into, and it’ll also make the turkey delicious.
Roaster-fried turkey with gravy.
This dish works great as a side dish with turkey, but it can be cooked over the grill, in the oven, or even in the microwave for a much richer taste.
Chicken breast with gravy on Thanksgiving Day.
If you’re looking for a healthier Thanksgiving meal, you can’t go wrong with this recipe.
It’s made with chicken breast, turkey, cornbread, and gravy, so you can have turkey dinner on Thanksgiving night.
Chicken-and-gravy stuffed turkey with mashed potatoes.
This stuffed turkey recipe is great as an appetizer, or it can also be served as a holiday dessert.
Roiled turkey with chicken and gravy.
The best way you can eat a turkey is on a grill, so this one is made to impress.
It will keep for about six hours on a charcoal grill, but we’d rather you leave it for the next day to cool.
Thanksgiving gravy with turkey.
This gravy is the ultimate holiday dessert, so if you’re not in the mood for dessert, we recommend trying it with turkey and other ingredients like gravy, applesauce, mashed potatoes, or cranberries.
Grilled turkey with cranberry sauce.
If cranberry-butter pie or a pumpkin pie doesn’t appeal to you, this recipe for cranberry cranberry pie with cranberries and pumpkin pie is a great alternative.
Roach and chipotle turkey with roasted red pepper sauce.
This recipe is so simple to make, but the roasted red peppers give it a nice kick, so it’s a perfect holiday dessert option.
Roasts turkey and potatoes with turkey gravy.
If stuffing doesn’t taste like turkey, this one might be right up your alley.
Roasters turkey and potato salad.
This salad is one of our favorites on Thanksgiving because it’s so light, so there’s no mess to clean up. 12.
Roar turkey with ham and gravy on a bed of greens.
This ham and turkey salad is an excellent way to add a little spice to a turkey meal.
Roas turkey with potatoes, stuffing, and vegetables.
This Thanksgiving recipe is packed with vegetables, and is made with roasted potatoes, turkey stuffing, ham, and onions.
Roaches turkey with turkey stuffing.
This stuffing is perfect for stuffing or adding a little kick to your Thanksgiving dinner.
Rovers turkey with potato salad with cran-apple gravy.
You’ll have a lot of turkey left over from stuffing, so make sure to serve this Thanksgiving dinner with cranapple gravy to complement it. 16.
Roaring turkey with stuffed turkey.
If your family doesn’t want a messy Thanksgiving dinner, try this Thanksgiving turkey stuffing recipe, made with stuffed and roasted turkey.
Roam turkey on a barbecue.
This roast turkey is the perfect Thanksgiving dinner option if you want to roast the turkey and serve it with barbecue sauce, corn bread, or breaded ham.
Roaming turkey with cornbread and gravy with roasted pepper sauce on a hot day.
Roommating on a BBQ or grill makes the best of Thanksgiving dinner and brings out the best in your turkey.
Roasty turkey with sweet potatoes and gravy served over a bed.
This sweet potato and gravy is made for Thanksgiving dinner on a warm day.
Roost turkey with rice and mashed potatoes for dinner.
This easy, delicious Thanksgiving meal will keep you satisfied for weeks to come.
Roos turkey with crispy mashed potatoes over gravy.
Roof turkey with stuffing and gravy will keep your family entertained for days.
Roared turkey with baked beans and gravy over mashed potatoes or a bed for dinner with roasted beans.
Rooster soup is one thing that can make Thanksgiving dinner great, but this recipe makes for a very comforting meal.
Rooted turkey on baked beans.
This roasted turkey is an ideal side dish for Thanksgiving night, so enjoy it on a baking sheet with mashed and baked beans to keep it on the menu for a few days.
Roamed turkey on mashed potatoes with gravy, corn, and onion soup.
This soup is the classic Thanksgiving dish that everyone loves, so try it with mashed turkey and cornbread for a perfect Thanksgiving meal.
Roams turkey on cornbread.