Potatoes and salad are the traditional sides to accompany steak, but rice can also be delicious! Here are a few easy rice recipes you should try out!
This delicious Asian-inspired dish consists of sticky rice, marinated beef and broccoli. It’s an incredibly filling meal that’s ideal for weeknight dinners!
Potatoes & Green Beans
Potatoes and green beans make an excellent side to accompany steak. Not only are they delicious, but also quite filling – ideal for on the go meals or quick dinners when you need something on the table quickly.
They’re highly adaptable, so you can enjoy them either alone as a side dish or alongside another main course like steak. And if you want to turn them into a complete meal by adding some roti or bread on top – no problem!
This vegan recipe for potatoes and green beans is so easy to make, yet the results are delicious! After roasting until tender, they’re seasoned with garlic and herbs before being served topped off with some paprika and olive oil.
Roasted green beans and potatoes are one of my go-to dinner dishes because they’re easy to make but oh, so tasty. Plus, they store easily in the fridge for later use – perfect for adding a nice touch to any meal!
This recipe is easy to customize for different ingredients, so you can use whatever you have on hand or whatever suits your palate best. Plus, it can easily be prepared ahead of time and heated up on the stovetop later.
You can customize this recipe to your own preference with a range of seasonings. If you’d like it more fiery, add a pinch of red pepper flakes or chili powder to the mashed potatoes and roasted green beans before baking.
Another great option for this recipe is to incorporate canned tuna or beans. These can be added to the mashed potatoes and green beans during roasting, then you simply rewarm them on the stove when ready.
These roasted potatoes and green beans make a delicious side dish to accompany steak. Plus, they’re versatile – you can make them with different vegetables to suit any dinner night of the week!
Bacon Blue Cheese Lettuce Salad
This salad boasts the ideal combination of tart blue cheese, bacon, ripe avocados and maple walnuts – it’s sure to please anyone’s palette. Topped off with homemade blue cheese dressing for extra flavor, it can easily be made ahead of time for effortless dinner prep.
This classic steakhouse salad is the ideal side or main course for your next meal, plus it’s packed with healthy vegetables!
For this salad, you’ll need iceberg lettuce, bacon, hard-boiled eggs, tomatoes and blue cheese. For an extra special touch: balsamic reduction and homemade blue cheese dressing! Take your steakhouse salad to new heights with these tasty additions!
A beloved American dish since 1916, this simple yet satisfying side dish or light main course will surely please even your pickiest eaters!
Cut a head of iceberg lettuce into four wedges, discarding any wilted or brown leaves. Wash each wedge with cold water before serving; then, rinse each one again with cold water to get rid of any dirt or grit that may have gotten trapped within the leaf.
Before serving, drizzle each lettuce wedge generously with blue cheese dressing and top off with some bacon crumbles and blue cheese. Serve right away or store in the refrigerator until needed.
If you want to make this salad ahead of time, prepare the ingredients and blue cheese dressing up to one week in advance. The croutons can also be prepared ahead of time and stored airtight in an airtight container for up to one week.
While the steak marinates, prepare the vegetables. For the croutons, toss cubed bread cubes with olive oil and spices; spread on a baking sheet and bake for 12-15 minutes or until golden.
Add all remaining ingredients to a food processor bowl and blend until smooth. If desired, stir in some blue cheese crumbles by hand before serving.
This salad features steak, fresh veggies, tart blue cheese, crispy bacon and smoky maple walnuts – all combined to create an amazingly tasty and nutritious dish! If you’re searching for a nutritious recipe that will surely impress your family and guests, this one’s for you!
Korean Potato Salad
Potato salad makes the ideal side dish to accompany a steak dinner. It has an irresistibly light, creamy texture and plenty of crunchy vegetables that complement the soft potato. In this recipe, potatoes are boiled until tender before passing through a ricer before being mixed with carrots, cucumbers, hard-boiled eggs and an apple cider vinegar-mayonnaise dressing for an intensely flavorful meal.
One of the most beloved banchan (side dishes) served at Korean restaurants, it goes perfectly alongside rich grilled meats like Galbi or Bulgogi. Similar to its American counterpart, but with a fresher, more savory taste due to cucumbers and apples.
For this dish, you’ll need a large bowl and either a food processor or handheld blender. Begin by boiling the potatoes until tender then smash them with a fork until smooth. Next, stir in cucumber, sweet corn, minced carrot, diced egg whites (reserving the yolks), mayonnaise, sugar and white ground pepper until everything is combined well.
You can also add a squeeze of lemon juice for some zestiness. Finally, finish by sprinkle with toasted sesame seeds.
This dish is an easy and quick side to pair with steak, but it could also serve as a great accompaniment for other main courses. Plus, using up leftover potatoes after a big dinner is always beneficial!
This salad not only tastes delicious, but it’s also healthy. With only a few ingredients needed for preparation, it makes an ideal grab-and-go meal that everyone will enjoy.
Another advantage of this dish is that it can be prepared ahead and stored in the refrigerator for several days, making it a convenient dish to serve when guests come over. Plus, you can take it on-the-go as a filling for sandwiches or wraps!
This salad is the ideal accompaniment to steak, but it can also be used as a delicious side for other main dishes like roast chicken or turkey. It’s an incredibly quick and easy meal that would make an ideal weekend lunch or brunch.
Lemon rice is an ideal side dish to accompany steak, especially when serving something tangy, spicy or zesty. It pairs perfectly with hummus, eggplant dip or tzatziki sauce as well.
Lemon pilaf can be served as a side dish or part of a Greek mezze platter. It also makes an ideal hearty grain bowl to accompany other dishes like grilled vegetables, roast lamb, and gyros.
Making lemon pilaf is simple – simply add plenty of juice and zest! This essential element will give your dish its vibrant taste, helping it stand out from other meals!
For this dish, you can use any kind of long-grain white rice. We suggest basmati or jasmine for its smoother texture and more delicate flavor.
Once the rice has been lightly toasted in butter and simmered in broth with a generous amount of lemon, you are left with an aromatic pilaf that pairs perfectly with chicken kabobs, beef skewers, and many other Mediterranean-style dishes!
Cooking rice with butter and oil instead of water helps the grain release its unique nutty flavor. Chicken broth or vegetable stock adds even more depth of flavor, helping the grains absorb all the juices present.
By the end of this recipe, you’ll have perfectly fluffy and flavorful rice that makes an impressive side dish for any meal! It’s so simple to prepare yet tastes so delicious – this will become one of your go-to dishes!
The best part is you can prep this ahead of time and freeze it, perfect if you’re serving a large group. All that’s left for you to do is reheat it and enjoy!