Tuesday, February 19, 2013

List Of Side Dishes And Condiments Of The Southern United States

Apple Butter

Barbecue Sauce - numerous varieties throughout the region, sometimes even within same state; most use a primarily tomato, vinegar, or mustard base

Cayenne Peppers


Cole Slaw - cabbage salad/relish, typically made with mayonnaise and sometimes sugar, except in parts of North Carolina and Virginia, where it instead may be vinegar-based and savory ("barbecue slaw")

Cracklin' - fried pork rind

Deviled Eggs

Gravy served liberally over meats, potatoes, biscuits and rice

Red-Eye Gravy - made with black coffee and meat drippings (usually ham), typically served with country ham and grits

Sausage Gravy - milk-based country gravy typically served over hot biscuits

Tomato Gravy- canned tomato based, made in cast iron skillet with browned flour, served over rice


Cheese Grits

Fried Grits

Hot Sauce

Texas Pete - hot sauce made in Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Tabasco Sauce - trademarked, aged hot sauce made in Louisiana

Mayhaw Jelly

Muscadine Jelly

Macaroni and Cheese

Old Bay Seasoning - made famous in Maryland

Peanut Butter

Pepper Jelly


Pickle Relish - usually used to make potato salad

Pickled or Brandied Peaches


Red Rice

Cornbread Dressing - similar to traditional stuffing, but using cornbread as a base and prepared separately from the meat

Cane Syrup

Sorghum Molasses

Watermelon Rind Pickles

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