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19 Things To Make For Thanksgiving If You Don't Have An Oven

Do your thing on (or off) the stove and let all those other chumps fight for oven space.

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3. Deep-fry your turkey instead of roasting it for beautifully crispy skin and juicy meat.

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If you have an outdoor space, you can fry a turkey. It's really not that hard or scary, promise! Here's a step-by-step guide to exactly how to do it.


8. Shake up the usual side game with this beautiful quinoa dish.

The fennel gets lovely and caramelized during a quick stovetop sauté sesh, and the pomegranate makes this the prettiest thing you'll eat day. Get the recipe.

9. Make stuffing in a slow cooker instead of the oven.

Try this recipe with thyme, sage, and sausage, or follow the same basic steps with your own favorite stuffing. It's a good idea to line the sides of the crockpot with tin foil so that the bread doesn't burn.


19. You can also just focus on the part of dessert everyone likes best (ice cream) and make this creamy pumpkin gelato.

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