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Food Network has simple side dishes, including Parmesan-Roasted Broccoli and Sunny's Easy Baked Beans. The former serves 6 people, and the latter serves around 8 to 10 people.


Side dishes made with potatoes pair well fish. Potato dishes can be made using russet, sweet, Yukon gold or red potatoes, and can be baked, roasted or grilled.


There are a number of side dishes for pizza, including garlic bread, ranch sticks, hot wings, chicken fries, ranch potato wedges, salad, chips and roasted vegetables. Roasted vegetables, such as asparagus and broccoli, make suitable sides for a vegetarian household or vegetarian friend.


Two delicious side dishes for ham are lemony green beans with almond breadcrumbs and potato, as well as squash and goat cheese gratin. Available from The Kitchn, both recipes offer a contemporary twist on traditional holiday ham side dishes.


Pasta, rice and vegetables are common palatable side dishes when shrimp is the main course. Some basic choices that complement shrimp are spinach, arugula, linguine and angel hair pasta. The trick to successful shrimp and side pairing is subtlety. Side dishes should enhance, not overwhelm, this vers


Side dishes that go well with ham include potatoes, vegetables, fruit and pasta. Mashed, scalloped and baked potatoes also work well with ham. A fruit or ambrosia salad complement a ham nicely, and macaroni and cheese makes an excellent side dish.


One easy-to-make side dish for chicken is called "the ultimate side dish." The recipe calls for things like green beans, sliced potatoes and cream of celery soup, and is ready in under an hour.


Since spaghetti is a carbohydrate-laden, heavy dish, it requires a light salad or vegetable side dish. The side dish should not use the same ingredients that were used in the spaghetti or the spaghetti sauce.


Kraft Recipes' snap pea salad and Martha Stewart's hoisin-glazed eggplant and sauteed spinach with pancetta are three quick and easy side dishes. These vegetable-based dishes require minimal cooking.


Side dishes that pair well with oysters range from whole grains to greens to breads. Look at how the oysters are prepared, and match a corresponding side dish based on its flavor profile.