Lasagna is a hearty dish, but it can definitely be complemented with a side salad, yummy bread, or a quick appetizer. If you are wondering what to serve with lasagna, this post will give you 14 easy sides to choose from!
These sides are fairly easy to make to complete a well-rounded dinner.
This recipe for mozzarella sticks is cheese coated in seasoned breadcrumbs, then deep fried until golden brown and crispy. A fun and easy appetizer option that’s even better than what you would get at a restaurant.See full recipe!
Easy Tomato Bruschetta with Burrata Recipe
Take a classic Italian bruschetta recipe and add a piece of creamy burrata cheese to the top for an extraordinary appetizer! Bruschetta is a light and fresh appetizer loaded with fresh tomatoes making it perfect for summertime entertaining!See full recipe!
Stuffed Mushrooms Without Cream Cheese
These stuffed mushrooms are made in an air fryer in under 30 minutes, but you can easily make them also in the oven. They are filled with breadcrumbs, garlic, parsley, mozzarella, and parmesan cheese. Quick and easy snacks for a family dinner or party with friends.See full recipe!
Easy Caesar Salad Recipe
This Easy Caesar Salad Recipe is made without anchovies or eggs. The dressing uses simple ingredients you likely already have on hand. The homemade garlic butter croutons add some nice texture in each bite.See full recipe!
Arugula Burrata Salad
The key to a great salad is finding the right balance of flavors and textures. This arugula burrata salad hits the perfect note with its mix of salty prosciutto, creamy burrata cheese, juicy, sweet peaches, and crunchy sunflower seeds. We added some fresh mint to compliment the sweet fruit and the peppery bite from the arugula. It’s a fantastic medley of flavors.See full recipe!
This easy Caprese salad recipe with dressing combines simple, fresh ingredients to create an incredible summery side dish. Ready in 5 minutes!See full recipe!
Cheesy Garlic Herb Butter Rolls
These Cheesy Garlic Herb Butter Rolls are as delicious as they sound. Loaded with fresh garlic, butter, a variety of herbs, parmesan cheese, and more garlic, what is not to love? They are rolled up cinnamon roll style to ensure flavor in every bite. Absolutely addicting!See full recipe!
Cheesy Pull-Apart Garlic Bread
Warm sourdough bread baked with garlic butter, melted mozzarella cheese, and spices. The best pull-apart garlic cheese bread!See full recipe!
These easy garlic knots are smothered in butter, garlic, herbs and parmesan and are baked to golden brown perfection. A quick side dish for any meal!See full recipe!
The Easiest Sourdough Focaccia
This simple Sourdough Focaccia is full of flavor and so easy to make! No kneading, and no fancy equipment, all you need is a little patience and a few high-quality ingredients! A great way to use your sourdough starter, this focaccia will be a new staple in your kitchen!See full recipe!
Pesto broccolini is the ultimate side dish! Though, I will happily enjoy this as a main course too! Roasted broccolini is tossed with an herbaceous homemade pesto and garnished with toasted almonds, fresh lemon zest and a healthy drizzle of olive oil.See full recipe!
Flash-Fried Brussels Sprouts with Pancetta and Parmesan
These flash-fried Brussels sprouts with pancetta and parmesan are the perfect side dish for a cozy dinner with family. The brussels are quickly fried to tender perfection, then tossed with a red wine vinegar glaze, and topped with crispy pancetta and shaved parmesan cheese. Even the kids won't be able to resist this delicious holiday side dish.See full recipe!
Quick And Easy Oven Roasted Asparagus
This Oven Roasted Asparagus recipe is a super simple side dish that can be served with any main course. A healthy meal wouldn't be complete without a side of flavorful veggies, cooked to perfection. Ready in just 30 minutes or less, these are a must try with this weeks dinner plans.See full recipe!
Italian Green Beans
The simplest, most delicious side dish recipe and the best way to eat green beans! These Italian Green Beans are sauteed in butter, bread crumbs and Parmesan cheese.See full recipe!
When should you serve lasagna?
Wait at least 10 minutes before attempting to serve lasagna. This gives the layers a chance to rest and then set.
Whether you chose a classic salad or an appetizing veggie, I hope you find a great pairing for your lasagna! 🙂
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