National Prime Rib Day: 5 Savory Sides to Pair with Your Cut

National Prime Rib Day is April 27! In honor of this juicy holiday, cook up an amazing meal with a juicy slab of prime rib as the star! Here are five savory sides that will perfectly complement your cut of meat.

Twice Baked Potatoes

Potatoes are a staple side dish for various reasons. Mostly – they are just plain delicious! Our twice-baked potatoes are perfect for those who want maximum flavor with minimal effort – just heat and serve!

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Easy Roasted Vegetables

Every meal needs a colorful spread of vegetables to go with it! Enter this easy roasted vegetables recipe from Celebrations.com. This dish is so simple to prepare and make, so you can spend more time achieving the perfect prime rib instead.

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BLT Pasta Salad

The prime rib may be the star of the show, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have a delicious meat side to go with it! We love this take on the BLT in the form of a salad with this BLT pasta salad recipe from Celebrations.com

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Garlic Green Beans

This garlic green bean recipe is easy to recreate and irresistibly delicious. This dish is also gluten-free and so will satisfy even those with certain dietary preferences and restrictions.

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Grilled Fiesta Corn on the Cobb

This Mexican Corn on the Cobb recipe turns any spread into a fiesta – the perfect side dish to celebrate this delicious day!

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