Adding whole grains, such as brown rice, couscous and bulgur, potatoes with the skin and cruciferous vegetables, to meat dishes boosts the fiber content, reports WebMD. Adding beans, peas, legumes and root vegetables with skins intact to soups, stews and casseroles is another way to increase fiber in meat dishes.
Using whole grain pastas when making spaghetti or lasagna adds fiber, and substituting fiber-rich grains, such as millet or quinoa, for white rice as an accompaniment to meat is a healthy way to increase fiber, suggests WebMD. When integrated into meat dishes, artichoke hearts, beets, jicama and celeriac add large amounts of fiber. Spinach, broccoli, zucchini, tomatoes and onions used as pizza toppings also up the fiber content.
Dried fruits, such as prunes, dates, figs, raisins and apricots, when added to dishes such as curries or poultry stuffing, increase total fiber, notes WebMD. Sunflower or pumpkin seeds and chopped almonds or walnuts are great additions to many meat-based meals. Serving a side salad with meat, or putting chopped meat over a salad of primarily dark leafy greens, cucumbers, green beans, carrots and celery incorporates large amounts of fiber-rich food. Following the meat meal with a dessert of fresh Asian pears, raspberries and blackberries significantly increases total fiber intake as well.