If you’re searching for some easy pork chops sides, look no further!
I’ve got you covered with over 59 of the best side dishes for pork chops.
Whether you are looking for a healthy option or something a little more indulgent, there is sure to be something on this list that you’ll love.
So go ahead and try one (or all!) of these delicious side dishes the next time you make pork chops!
See Also: 22 Best Mexican Vegetable Side Dishes
59 Side Dishes for Pork Chops
I know what you’re thinking – pork chops are boring.
But they don’t have to be!
With the right side dish, pork chops can be a delicious and easy weeknight meal.
Here are 59 side dishes that will take your pork chops from boring to delicious:
Mac and Cheese
If you’re looking for a family-friendly option that will take your pork chops from boring to delicious, look no further than this creamy mac and cheese recipe.
I like to add a few extra ingredients to my mac and cheese to give it an extra flavor boost, like smoked paprika, garlic powder, and green onions.
Roasted Mini Peppers
Easy, simple, tasty, and good for you – these roasted mini peppers are the perfect addition to any meal.
Packed with flavor, they’re a great way to get your veggies in, and they couldn’t be simpler to make.
I love to add a bit of spice to my roasted mini peppers by adding some crushed red pepper flakes, or even a diced jalapeño.
For an extra cheesy kick, I like to top them with a sprinkle of Parmesan cheese.
These roasted mini peppers are delicious on their own, or as an addition to salads, pastas, pizzas, and more.
Speaking of pasta, here are 32 pasta side dishes for pork chops.
Sweet Potato Mash
Instead of the regular old mash, try this delicious sweet potato mash.
It’s so easy to make and only requires a few ingredients that you probably already have on hand.
And, if you’re feeling extra fancy, there are a few ways you can make this dish even more decadent.
- First, try roasting your sweet potatoes before mashing them. This will give them a lovely caramelized flavor that takes the dish to the next level.
- Or, instead of using milk or cream, try using coconut milk for a richer, more decadent mash.
- Finally, if you really want to indulge, add in some chopped bacon or candied pecans for some extra flavor and texture.
This dish is perfect for any holiday gathering or weeknight meal.
Brown Butter and Thyme Potato Torte
If you’re feeling fancy, try this brown butter and thyme potato torte.
It’s a beautiful and delicious side dish that’s sure to impress any dinner guests.
The best part is that it’s actually quite simple to make.
Here are a few ways to make this dish even more delicious:
- Add some sautéed kale or other greens for an extra pop of color and nutrition.
- Substitute half of the potatoes with sweet potatoes for a slight change in flavor and extra sweetness.
- Sprinkle some shredded cheese on top before serving for an extra cheesy kick.
How could I almost forget about my all-time favorite side dish?
This dish is seriously so simple, but there are a few ways you can make it even tastier.
My favorite way to doctor up applesauce is to add a little cinnamon.
This spice not only adds flavor, but also makes the applesauce smell amazing.
Another way to add some extra flavor to applesauce is to add in some other fruits or berries.
I love adding raspberries or blueberries to my applesauce for a tart and sweet combination.
You could also add diced oranges or mangoes for a more tropical twist.
Garlic Sautéed Cabbage Kale Skillet
Got a skillet ready for this delicious recipe?
This garlic sautéd cabbage kale is a fantastic side dish for pork chops, chicken, or fish.
Adding just a touch of oil and heat releases the natural flavors of cabbage and kale, and the addition of garlic takes it over the top.
Don’t be fooled by how simple this recipe is – it’s packed with flavor!
You can also add in some other veggies like mushrooms or onions for an extra veggie boost.
Air Fryer Zucchini Chips (So Crispy!)
Turn on your air fryer and make these crispy, Crunchy Zucchini Chips!
They are a delicious and healthy snack or side dish that the whole family will love.
These air fryer zucchini chips are incredibly easy to make and can be ready in just minutes.
Serve them as a snack, side dish, or even top them on a salad.
Bok Choy Stir Fry
If you like Asian flavors, you will love this bok choy stir fry.
Speaking of Asian flavors, check out this post for What to Serve with Chinese Pork Chops.
It is a quick and easy side dish that is full of flavor.
I like to use fresh ginger and garlic in this recipe, which really give it a nice zing.
I also like to add a little bit of Sriracha sauce to my bok choy stir fry.
If you like things spicy, I would definitely recommend giving it a try.
It gives the dish a nice kick without being too overwhelming.
Another great way to make this dish extra delicious is to add some crispy fried onions on top.
They add a great crunch and they are so addicting!
Sauteed Zucchini with Sun-Dried Tomatoes
Grab your pan and cook up this delicious side dish in just minutes – it’s the perfect way to use up summer zucchini!
I love sauteeing zucchini with sun-dried tomatoes because the sweetness of the tomatoes pairs so well with the fresh, crispy zucchini.
And, of course, the added bonus of getting my veggies in is always a win.
For an extra bit of flavor, I like to add a sprinkle of Parmesan cheese on top.
Cabbage Fritters (Fried or Baked)
These fritters will go amazingly well with pork chops, and are a great way to sneak some extra veggies into your meal.
To make them extra delicious, I like to dip them in a mixture of honey and Dijon mustard, or serve them with a creamy dipping sauce on the side.
These fritters can be either fried or baked, depending on your preference.
Mediterranean Quinoa Salad
This Mediterranean quinoa salad is packed with nutrients and flavor.
I love to add in chopped tomatoes, cucumbers, and olives for extra color and flavor.
Sometimes I’ll also mix in feta cheese or grilled chicken.
This dish can be served cold or hot, making it a great option year-round.
Green Bean Almondine
Ah, green beans.
They’re the perfect side dish to most any main course, but they’re especially delicious with pork chops.
I love them because they’re super simple to make and can be easily dressed up or down.
And while you can definitely just steam or boil green beans and call it a day, I like to doctor them up a bit with some garlic and almonds.
It makes them extra tasty and satisfying.
Creamy Goat Cheese Mashed Potatoes
You MUST try this special version of mashed potatoes at your next family dinner.
The addition of creamy goat cheese gives these potatoes an extra depth of flavor that will have everyone coming back for more.
I also like to add a little bit of garlic and some chopped chives into my goat cheese mashed potatoes – it really takes them over the top!
Southern Squash Casserole
Why is it that anything Southern is just so good?
This Southern Squash Casserole is no different.
Yellow squash, zucchini, and onions are simmered in a flavorful garlic butter sauce, then topped with a crispy Ritz cracker topping.
It’s the perfect side dish for any occasion!
Related post: What to Serve with Grilled Pork Chops
Cajun Dirty Rice
Sometimes, the simple things in life are the best.
Case in point: this Cajun dirty rice recipe.
Dirty rice is a traditional Louisiana dish made with rice, chicken, pork, and vegetables (see also: What Vegetable Goes with Pork Chops?).
It gets its name from the fact that the rice is “dirtied” by the other ingredients.
While it may sound like a humble dish, dirty rice is actually packed with flavor.
The combination of Cajun spices, chicken, and pork makes for a truly delicious meal.
There are endless ways to customize this dish to make it your own.
I like to add extra vegetables, like diced bell peppers or green onions, to give it a little extra flavor and nutrition.
You can also add other protein sources, like shrimp or sausage.
Speaking of rice, check out these rice sides for pork chops.
Creamy Mushroom Gnocchi
Anything creamy is always welcome on my table, especially when it comes to gnocchi.
These little Italian dumplings are delicious on their own, but when paired with mushrooms and a cream sauce, they become extra special.
I like to use a variety of mushrooms for this dish- cremini, oyster, and shiitake all work well.
And for an extra touch of flavor, I add a splash of dry white wine to the pan.
Mexican Street Corn Salad
If you like Mexican street corn, then you will love this Mexican Street Corn Salad!
It is a delicious and easy salad that is perfect for any occasion.
This salad is full of fresh corn, crispy bacon, creamy avocado, and a zesty dressing. It is sure to be a hit at your next party or potluck.
I like to make this salad extra delicious by adding a few chopped jalapeños, some crumbled cotija cheese, and a squeeze of fresh lime juice.
Morton’s Steakhouse Creamed Spinach (Copycat Recipe)
Creamed spinach might just be the perfect side dish.
It’s creamy, rich, and savory, and it pairs well with a variety of main dishes.
Pork chops are one of my favorite things to serve with creamed spinach, and I love to add a little bit of garlic and Parmesan cheese to the dish to take it over the top.
This copycat recipe for Morton’s Steakhouse Creamed Spinach is spot-on, and it’s so easy to make at home.
You can even make it ahead of time and reheat it when you’re ready to eat.
Hasselback Sweet Potatoes
I can’t get enough of Hasselback potatoes!
They are so crispy and salty on the outside, with a creamy, tender interior.
I love to add extra seasonings to my Hasselback potatoes to give them even more flavor.
Some of my favorites include rosemary, thyme, and garlic.
For an extra bit of deliciousness, I like to top my Hasselback potatoes with melted cheese and bacon before serving.
Potatoes and Green Beans
Simple, yet so flavorful and satisfying, this side dish of potatoes and green beans is a guaranteed family favorite.
I love to add a little bit of crispy bacon to my potatoes and green beans for some extra flavor and texture.
I also think that a sprinkle of shredded cheese on top before serving is always a good idea.
These potatoes and green beans are the perfect accompaniment to any protein, but they especially go well with pork chops.
It might not get any simpler than this: sauté some mushrooms with garlic, butter, and thyme. That’s it!
But don’t let the simplicity fool you – these garlic mushrooms are absolutely packed with flavor.
I like to use a mix of mushrooms for this recipe, so it’s extra earthy and umami-packed.
I also like to add a splash of white wine at the end for an extra punch of flavor.
Southern Fried Cabbage (Smoky & Delicious!)
I love frying up some cabbage when I’m making pork chops.
It’s a quick and easy side dish that can really take your meal to the next level.
To make it extra delicious, I like to add in some smoked paprika and bacon bits.
This gives the cabbage a nice smoky flavor that really compliments the pork chops.
Garlic Parmesan Roasted Brussels Sprouts
These aren’t your typical boring roasted Brussels sprouts.
Nope, these are next-level roasted Brussels sprouts that are crispy and packed with flavor.
The key to getting them nice and crispy is to first cook them in a hot skillet until they get some good color on them.
Then, transfer them to the oven to finish cooking.
Best Mexican Street Corn
Mexican cuisine is near and dear to my heart.
I grew up eating Mexican food at least once a week, and it’s something I’ve continued to enjoy as an adult.
One of my favorite dishes is Mexican street corn, or elotes.
There are many ways to make this dish, but my favorite way is to char the corn on the grill, then coat it in a mixture of mayo, sour cream, cotija cheese, chili powder, and lime juice.
The result is a rich, creamy, slightly spicy dish that is absolutely addicting.
Loaded Scalloped Potatoes
If you want some starch with your pork chops, but are tired of the same old mashed potatoes, try making scalloped potatoes instead.
They are a great alternative and can be made even better by loading them up with cheese and bacon.
I like to make extra cheesy scalloped potatoes by layering thin slices of cheddar cheese between the potatoes before baking.
You can also add some chopped bacon or ham to the mix for extra flavor.
Colcannon – Irish Mashed Potatoes with Fried Cabbage
Have you ever tried Irish mashed potatoes?
They’re incredibly creamy and dreamy, and they’re traditionally made with cabbage.
I love adding a little bit of crispy bacon to my colcannon for extra flavor, but you could also add in some shredded cheese, green onions, or even garlic.
This dish is the perfect side to any pork chop recipe, and it’s so easy to make!
Easy Greek Potatoes
Whenever I visit Greece, I make sure to order some variation of Greek potatoes with every single meal.
They are Ubuntu tradition and can be found on nearly every menu, whether it’s a humble taverna or an upscale restaurant.
There are as many variations of Greek potatoes as there are grandmothers in Greece, but they all have one thing in common: simplicity.
The ingredients are few, the steps even fewer yet the result is unbeatable.
The best part is, you can easily make them at home!
Just follow this recipe and you’ll be transported to the Aegean Sea in no time.
Baked Garlic Herb Potato Wedges
Be ready to dip these Baked Garlic Herb Potato Wedges into all of your favorite sauces!
They are crispy on the outside, soft on the inside and packed full of flavor.
The best part?
They are baked, not fried!
I love making these wedges as a side dish to pork chops, but they would also be delicious with grilled chicken or steak.
You could even add them to your breakfast routine by dipping them in some eggs!
5-Minute Cannellini for Pork Chops
If you don’t have a ton of time to spend on dinner but still want something healthy and homemade, this 5-minute cannellini is the perfect recipe for you.
It’s a delicious and simple side dish that can be served with just about anything.
I like to add a bit of crushed red pepper to give it some heat, or top it with some grilled chicken or shrimp for a heartier meal.
Garlic Herb Roasted Potatoes Carrots and Zucchini
Veggies are important part of a balanced diet, but sometimes they can be a little boring.
Not with this recipe!
These garlic herb roasted potatoes carrots and zucchini are full of flavor and so simple to make.
I like to roast my veggies in olive oil and garlic because it really brings out their natural sweetness.
Then I add in some dried herbs like oregano, thyme, and basil for an extra burst of flavor.
You can eat these roasted veggies as is, or use them as a tasty topping for grilled chicken or fish.
Either way, you’re sure to love them!
Baked Parmesan Yellow Squash
Sometimes, when looking for sides to go with pork chops, we can get stuck in a rut of only making the standard roasted potatoes or roasted veggies.
But there are so many other delicious options out there!
One of my favorites is yellow squash, which gets a beautiful sear in a hot pan before being finished in the oven with a crispy Parmesan cheese topping.
This side dish is quick, easy, and pairs perfectly with pork chops or any other protein you might be serving.
And if you want to make it extra delicious, here are a few tips:
- Add some fresh herbs to the cheese topping for an extra flavor punch.
- Substitute Gruyere or another favorite cheese in place of the Parmesan.
- Serve with a dollop of pesto on top.
Crispy Baked Zucchini Chips
If you want something crispy to snack on, these baked zucchini chips are the perfect side dish.
They’re thinly sliced and then baked until crispy.
You can season them with anything you like, but I love using garlic powder, onion powder, and a little bit of Parmesan cheese.
For an extra special treat, you can dip them in your favorite sauce.
I love dipping mine in BBQ sauce or ranch dressing.
Sweet and Spicy Mexican Roasted Sweet Potatoes
Sweet and spicy, these Mexican roasted sweet potatoes are a delicious and easy side dish!
With just a few simple ingredients, you can have these potatoes on the table in no time.
I like to top mine with a little bit of sour cream and some chopped green onions, but you could also add some shredded cheese or a dollop of guacamole.
10-Minute Korean Bean Sprout Salad (Sukju Namul)
How about trying something different tonight with this 10-minute Korean bean sprout salad?
It’s a refreshing, crunchy, and healthy option that comes together in no time at all.
You can also customize it to your liking with different seasonings and add-ins.
I love to add a little bit of sesame oil and toasted sesame seeds for extra flavor, but you can also add Korean chili flakes (gochugaru) if you like it spicy.
Pan-Fried Zucchini and Mushrooms Recipe
Simple, fast, and so delicious, this pan-fried zucchini and mushrooms recipe is a great way to dress up your average pork chop dinner.
I love to add a little bit of freshly grated Parmesan cheese on top of my serving, and sometimes I’ll even throw in a few sliced cherry tomatoes for an extra pop of color and flavor.
This dish comes together in less than 15 minutes, making it the perfect weeknight meal side dish.
Perfect Hasselback Potatoes
Nothing but perfect hasselback potatoes here!
I’m talking about crisp, flavorful potatoes that are a cinch to make.
These potatoes are totally customizable, so feel free to add your favorite herbs or spices.
I like to keep things simple with just salt and pepper, but the sky’s the limit!
I also love serving these hasselback potatoes with a dollop of sour cream or yogurt.
It adds a nice creaminess and makes them even more irresistible.
Cheesy Cauliflower Bake
The best sides for pork chops are those that are flavorful and filling, and this cheesy cauliflower bake certainly fits the bill.
Cauliflower is roasted until tender and then smothered in a cheesy sauce made with cream, Parmesan, and sharp cheddar cheese.
Baking the cauliflower in the sauce allows it to absorb all of the flavors, making for one incredibly delicious side dish.
For extra flavor, try adding a touch of Dijon mustard to the sauce or top the dish with fresh chopped herbs before serving.
Garlic Butter Mushrooms and Cauliflower
Healthy sides for pork chops are hard to come by.
But these garlic butter mushrooms and cauliflower are not only healthy, but they’re insanely delicious.
They’re the perfect balance of crisp and tender with a hint of garlic flavor.
And they’re so quick and easy to make!
I like to add a little Parmesan cheese to the mix for some extra flavor, but you can definitely leave it out if you’re watching your calories.
Lebanese Spicy Potatoes (Batata Harra)
If you prefer your food on the spicier side, then these Lebanese spicy potatoes are just what you need.
The dish is traditionally made with fresh Chile peppers, which can beadjust to your heat preference.
I like to add a little bit of cumin and smoked paprika to give the dish an extra depth of flavor.
These potatoes make the perfect side dish for pork chops, but they are also delicious on their own as a snack or appetizer.
Roasted Red Potatoes
In my opinion, potato side dishes for pork chops must be roasted.
And not just any roasted potato recipe will do- they have to be extra crispy.
The perfect way to get crispy potatoes is to roast them in a hot oven until the edges are nice and golden brown.
Then, I like to add a little bit of butter, garlic, and fresh thyme for extra flavor.
These roasted red potatoes are the perfect side dish for pork chops, and they’re so easy to make.
You’ll love how crispy and flavorful they are!
If you don’t mind slicing a few tomatoes, this is a super easy way to take your pork chop dinner from good to great.
All you need is: 3 large tomatoes, 1/4 cup olive oil, 2 tablespoons balsamic vinegar, 1 tablespoon sugar, 1 teaspoon salt, and 1/4 teaspoon black pepper.
Here’s how to do it:
- Slice the tomatoes and combine all the ingredients in a ziplock bag.
- Marinate for at least 30 minutes (up to a few hours if you have the time).
- Drain the tomatoes (reserving the marinade) and grill or broil them for a few minutes per side.
- Brush with the reserved marinade while cooking. Enjoy!
Honey Roasted Carrots
If you have a sweet tooth (or two) then these honey roasted carrots are for you!
They’re simple to make and can easily be customized with your favorite seasonings.
For an extra touch of sweetness, I like to drizzle them with a little bit of honey before serving.
You could also add a sprinkle of smoked paprika or even some freshly chopped herbs.
Nothing is as easy or satisfying as a pan of sautéed zucchini.
This versatile side dish can be made in less than 10 minutes and is delicious served with just about anything.
I like to add a little bit of garlic for extra flavor, but you could also add some Parmesan cheese or red pepper flakes for an extra touch of flavor.
Southern Smothered Potatoes
Try out these southern smothered potatoes for a dish that is extra comforting and delicious.
I love to add in some crumbled bacon or sausage for an extra bit of flavor, or top with a fried egg for a heartier meal.
Creamy Cauliflower Au Gratin
Creamy, healthy, and low-carb cauliflower au gratin makes the perfect side dish to any meal!
I like to add a few things to make it even more delicious, like sauteed mushrooms, crispy bacon, or roasted garlic.
This cauliflower au gratin is also an excellent way to sneak some extra vegetables into your family’s diet!
Easy Sauteed Cabbage
I truly mean easy when I say this dish takes less than 10 minutes to make from start to finish. Plus, it’s a one-pot meal, which means easy cleanup.
Cabbage is an inexpensive and nutrient-dense vegetable that deserves a spot on your dinner table more often.
I like to keep things simple with just a few seasonings, but you could also add in some crumbled bacon or sliced sausage for extra flavor.
Best Mexican Rice
Mexican rice is one of my go-to pork chops sides. I love to add extra flavor to my Mexican rice by sautéing onion and garlic in the oil before adding the rice. I also like to add a bit of cumin and chili powder to really give it that authentic Mexican flavor. Sometimes I’ll even add some chopped green chilies or jalapeños for a little extra spice.
The BEST Potato Wedges in the Oven
When I say “the best”, I really mean it. These potato wedges are crispy, salty, and totally addicting. Plus, they’re so easy to make!
There are a few things that I like to do to make them even better:
-For extra crispy wedges, I like to preheat my baking sheet in the oven for about 10 minutes before adding the potatoes.
-I also like to toss the wedges with a bit of olive oil or avocado oil before baking. This helps them to get nice and crispy.
-If you’re feeling adventurous, you can add some garlic powder, onion powder, or chili powder to the wedges before baking.
Pesto Roasted Brussels Sprouts
Pesto comes with a bold, flavorful punch that enlivens any dish it’s added to. That’s why I love using it to roast Brussels sprouts. The tiny cabbages transform into something magical when they’re slathered in pesto and roasted to perfection.
To take things up a notch (or two), I like to top our Pesto Roasted Brussels Sprouts with shaved Parmesan cheese and/or toasted pine nuts. So good!
California Blend Vegetables with Parmesan Bread Crumbs
If you crave a mix of veggies that are both healthy and satisfying, you’ll love this California blend.
The key to making this dish extra delicious is in the Parmesan bread crumbs.
They add the perfect amount of salty, cheesy flavor that takes these veggies from good to great.
For an even tastier dish, try adding a few dashes of your favorite hot sauce or some crumbled bacon on top. Enjoy!
Easy Honey Roasted Sweet Potatoes
When you mix honey and roasted sweet potatoes, you get a delicious, healthy side dish that is perfect for any meal!
There are endless ways to make this dish extra delicious. Here are a few of my favorites:
-Add a sprinkle of cinnamon or other spice for extra flavor
-Mix in some dried fruit, like cranberries or raisins, for sweetness and texture
-Top with chopped nuts or seeds for a little crunch
Easy Scalloped Zucchini
Zucchini might not come with a ton of flavor on its own, but that’s what makes it such a versatile summer vegetable.
It soaks up flavors beautifully, which is why I love it in this easy scalloped zucchini recipe.
I like to add a bit of spice with red pepper flakes, some fresh herbs for brightness, and of course, lots of garlic and parmesan cheese.
Honey Butter Skillet Corn
Corn is an American classic and one of my favorite side dishes. I love it because it’s so versatile – you can eat it on the cob, in a salad, or even in a soup.
One of my favorite ways to prepare corn is to make honey butter skillet corn. It’s so simple to make and only requires a few ingredients, but the flavor is out of this world amazing.
To make honey butter skillet corn, start by melting some butter in a skillet over medium heat. Then, add in some fresh or frozen corn kernels and cook until they’re tender. Once the corn is cooked, stir in some honey and salt to taste.
Serve the corn with your pork chops and enjoy.
Salt and Vinegar Fingerling Potatoes
If you like the taste of vinegar and salt, then you’ll love these crispy, tangy potatoes. They’re perfect as a side dish or appetizer, and they’re so easy to make.
I like to add a little bit of smoked paprika or cayenne pepper to give them a bit of a kick, but you can leave them plain if you prefer.
These potatoes are best when they’re nice and crispy, so be sure to cook them until they’re golden brown and blasted in the oven.
Keto Spinach & Broccoli Cheese Casserole
To make this dish even more delicious, try adding some crumbled bacon on top. For an extra cheesy kick, add in some shredded sharp cheddar cheese. And if you want a bit of a crunch, top with some chopped nuts before serving.
Creamy Sweet Corn With Pancetta
I like my corn on the creamy side, so I added some milk and half-n-half to the pot.
I also added some pancetta while the corn was cooking.
Once the corn was done, I topped it off with shaved Parmesan cheese and a little chopped parsley.
This dish is pure comfort food and would be a hit at any summer BBQ or picnic!
Easy Roasted Garlic Green Beans
Garlic is like a superhero ingredient – it can make just about anything taste better.
These roasted garlic green beans are no different.
Green beans are a great source of fiber and vitamins, so they’re already a healthy option.
But when you roast them with garlic and olive oil, they become an irresistible side dish that pairs well with just about any main course.
Zucchini Tomato Casserole
How about a warm and cozy casserole that’s packed with summertime flavors?
This zucchini tomato casserole comes together quickly and easily, and can be on your table in under an hour.
I like to add a bit of crumbled bacon or sausage to this casserole for some extra flavor and protein, but it’s just as delicious without meat.
Easy Roasted Brussels Sprout Salad with Maple Balsamic Vinaigrette
Pork chops and sides go so well together, but sometimes it can be hard to find the perfect side dish.
I’m a huge fan of roasted Brussels sprouts, and I especially love them in this easy roasted Brussels sprout salad.
The key to making this salad extra delicious is in the dressing.
I use a maple balsamic vinaigrette that is out-of-this-world good.
It’s sweet, tangy, and a little bit smoky from the maple syrup.
Trust me, you’re going to want to put this dressing on everything!
59 Easy Side Dishes for Pork Chops (Pork Chops Sides)
- Mac and Cheese
- Roasted Mini Peppers
- Sweet Potato Mash
- Brown Butter and Thyme Potato Torte
- Garlic Sautéed Cabbage Kale Skillet
- Air Fryer Zucchini Chips (So Crispy!)
- Bok Choy Stir Fry
- Sauteed Zucchini with Sun-Dried Tomatoes
- Cabbage Fritters (Fried or Baked)
- Mediterranean Quinoa Salad
- Green Bean Almondine
- Creamy Goat Cheese Mashed Potatoes
- Southern Squash Casserole
- Cajun Dirty Rice
- Creamy Mushroom Gnocchi
- Mexican Street Corn Salad
- Morton's Steakhouse Creamed Spinach (Copycat Recipe)
- Hasselback Sweet Potatoes
- Potatoes and Green Beans
- Garlic Mushrooms
- Southern Fried Cabbage (Smoky & Delicious!)
- Garlic Parmesan Roasted Brussels Sprouts
- Best Mexican Street Corn
- Loaded Scalloped Potatoes
- Colcannon – Irish Mashed Potatoes with Fried Cabbage
- Easy Greek Potatoes
- Baked Garlic Herb Potato Wedges
- 5-Minute Cannellini for Pork Chops
- Garlic Herb Roasted Potatoes Carrots and Zucchini
- Baked Parmesan Yellow Squash
- Crispy Baked Zucchini Chips
- Sweet and Spicy Mexican Roasted Sweet Potatoes
- 10-Minute Korean Bean Sprout Salad (Sukju Namul)
- Pan-Fried Zucchini and Mushrooms Recipe
- Perfect Hasselback Potatoes
- Cheesy Cauliflower Bake
- Garlic Butter Mushrooms and Cauliflower
- Lebanese Spicy Potatoes (Batata Harra)
- Roasted Red Potatoes
- Marinated Tomatoes
- Honey Roasted Carrots
- Sautéed Zucchini
- Southern Smothered Potatoes
- Creamy Cauliflower Au Gratin
- Easy Sauteed Cabbage
- Best Mexican Rice
- The BEST Potato Wedges in the Oven
- Pesto Roasted Brussels Sprouts
- California Blend Vegetables with Parmesan Bread Crumbs
- Easy Honey Roasted Sweet Potatoes
- Easy Scalloped Zucchini
- Honey Butter Skillet Corn
- Salt and Vinegar Fingerling Potatoes
- Keto Spinach & Broccoli Cheese Casserole
- Creamy Sweet Corn With Pancetta
- Easy Roasted Garlic Green Beans
- Zucchini Tomato Casserole
- Easy Roasted Brussels Sprout Salad with Maple Balsamic Vinaigrette
- Pick any of these sides to serve with your pork chop meal.
- Prepare the ingredients according to the recipe.
- Enjoy in no time!