When it comes to Italian sausage, there are so many delicious ways to cook it.
Whether you are grilling, roasting, or frying it, Italian sausage is always a hit.
But what do you serve with Italian sausage?
What are the best side dishes for Italian sausage?
There are many options for what to serve with Italian sausage. You could keep it simple and serve it with some sauteed onions and peppers. You could also add it to a pasta dish or a soup. Another option is to make a sandwich with Italian sausage, peppers, and onions on a hoagie roll.
In this article, I’ll be sharing 33 of the best side dishes for Italian sausage including pasta sides, vegetable sides, potato sides, bread sides, and more.
So if you are looking for some inspiration for your next meal, then look no further.
What to Serve with Italian Sausage – 33 Best Side Dishes
You know what they say: a meal is only as good as its side dishes.
I couldn’t agree more.
And when it comes to Italian sausage, you’re going to want to serve it with something that complements the flavors in your sausage, but stands out on its own, too.
That’s why I’ve rounded up 9 of my favorite side dishes for Italian sausage.
From classics like pasta and potatoes (of course) to some surprises like roasted radishes and beets, there’s something for everyone here!
Here are 33 side dishes that are sure to complement your Italian sausage perfectly:
1. Sautéed Spinach
There are many sides that I like to serve with Italian sausage, but my favorite is sautéed spinach.
Have you ever tried it?
It’s so easy to make and it’s packed with flavor!
I think the reason I love this side so much is that it’s got a lot of texture.
It’s crunchy, but not too crunchy.
It has a softness to it that makes it feel comforting and cozy, but at the same time it’s also fresh and light.
And the taste is just incredible—it’s full of garlic, onion and other spices that blend together perfectly with the spinach to create an explosion of flavor in your mouth!
This side dish goes great with any kind of Italian sausage because it helps cut through some of the stronger flavors in both dishes.
2. Roasted Brussel Sprouts
I like to serve roasted Brussel sprouts with Italian sausage because it’s a super-simple side that tastes amazing.
It’s also pretty easy to make, and you can do it all in the oven, so there’s no need for a ton of pots or pans.
Brussell sprouts are delicious because they have a great texture.
They’re crispy on the outside and soft on the inside, which makes them a great complement to any kind of meat dish.
And, they add a ton of flavor!
This recipe is great if you’re looking for something easy and delicious that doesn’t require too much work.
3. Green Beans with Shallots and Garlic
Green beans are easy to prepare, and they go with just about everything.
They have a great flavor that pairs well with the spiciness of the sausage, and the crunchy texture adds a nice contrast to the softness of the sausage.
Plus, green beans are really versatile—you can add just about anything to them and it will taste great!
For instance, if you want to make your green beans even more flavorful, try adding some shallots or garlic (or both) during cooking time.
If you’re in a rush but still want a healthy meal, try combining frozen vegetables with canned green beans—it tastes just as good as fresh vegetables!
You can also add different ingredients into your green beans depending on what flavor profile you’re going for: try cilantro if you want something spicy or basil if you want something herbal.
Or use any other vegetable that strikes your fancy!
You could even add some cheese if you want something creamy.
4. Cheesy Mashed Sweet Potato Casserole
I love mashed sweet potatoes because they’re creamy and filling, but they also have a little bit of sweetness that really helps balance out the flavor of your meat.
In this recipe, I add a little bit of cheese to give it a little more flavor, but you could use any kind that you like!
This recipe takes about 20 minutes to prepare and can be made with any kind of canned sweet potato—just make sure it isn’t packed in water.
If you want some extra texture and crunch in your casserole, feel free to add some nuts or an extra serving of breadcrumbs.
You can also add other spices or herbs that pair well with sausage for extra flavor.
If you want something a little less spicy, try adding some sugar or brown sugar instead!
This dish pairs well with many different kinds of meats and is great for dinner parties or family get-togethers.
If you’re cooking for kids (or adults!) who don’t care for spicy food, just leave out the red pepper flakes!
5. Creamy Polenta with Parmesan Cheese
I love the flavor of this side dish, which is rich and creamy without being heavy or greasy.
The texture is also really nice—it’s not too thick or too thin, which makes it perfect for pairing with sausage!
I like to add some garlic to mine as well.
You can always add extra garlic if you want more flavor, but there’s plenty here already that will make your mouth sing!
Polenta takes about 20 minutes to prepare, so if you need something faster than that, this may not be the right choice for you.
But if you have time and are looking for a unique dish that will impress at dinner parties or family gatherings, this one is sure to please!
6. Grilled Asparagus with Lemon Vinaigrette
Grilled asparagus has a perfect balance of flavor, texture, and simplicity that makes it easy to make and eat—and it’s not just good with sausage!
This recipe works well with chicken, fish, or even pork chops.
It only takes about 10 minutes to prepare.
And it really is delicious!
You can’t go wrong here.
You can also add some fresh basil or parsley to the dressing if you want to give it an extra kick of flavor.
Just remember: keep things simple!
This side dish goes great with a variety of meats, so it’s great for almost any occasion—especially if you’re looking for something new and exciting!
7. Garlic Mashed Potatoes
I love to serve garlic mashed potatoes with Italian sausage.
The garlic adds a lot of flavor, and the two pair really well together.
But sometimes I like to mix things up, so I’ll also add some chopped green onions or chives to the mix.
The potatoes take about 20 minutes to cook, so you’ll need to plan ahead if you’re serving these with a main dish that doesn’t take long to prepare.
You can also bake them in advance and reheat them when you’re ready for serving!
I like serving this side dish with Italian sausage because it’s easy and delicious, but there are lots of other options too—like serving it with roast chicken or pork chops.
8. Baked Potato Wedges with Melted Cheddar Cheese
I’ve always been a big fan of baked potatoes.
But sometimes I want to change it up a bit!
That’s why I love to serve my baked potato wedges with melted cheddar cheese!
This combination gives you the classic potato flavor that you love, but with a little extra crunch from the baked wedge shape.
The cheddar cheese brings a creamy texture that balances well with the crispy exterior.
I like to prepare this dish in about 30 minutes, which makes it perfect for weeknight dinners or even quick weeknight entertaining!
If you’re hosting guests, you can prepare it ahead of time and keep it warm on low heat in the oven until they arrive.
9. Strawberry Arugula Salad with Feta and Balsamic Vinaigrette
Strawberry arugula salad is incredibly easy to make and has a delicious combination of flavors, textures and aromas that are sure to please everyone at your table!
The salad usually consists of baby spinach leaves, sliced strawberries, red onion slices and crumbled feta cheese dressed in a balsamic vinaigrette.
The balsamic vinaigrette is rich in flavor and compliments the rest of the ingredients in this salad perfectly.
It also pairs well with Italian sausage because it adds tartness to the dish which helps cut through all that fat from the meat.
I like to add some chopped walnuts for extra crunchiness but feel free to leave them out if you don’t have any on hand or don’t want them in your dish at all!
You can also substitute another type of fruit like blueberries or raspberries instead of strawberries if you prefer something different than what’s pictured above (or even add both!).
10. Roasted Sweet Potatoes
I love this side dish because it has such a creamy texture and an amazing flavor.
The sweetness of the potato pairs perfectly with the savory sausage, and it’s so easy to prepare.
You can make them in advance and keep them warm in the oven until you’re ready for guests.
This is perfect if you’re having friends over for dinner or if you’re cooking for yourself but want something that feels special.
I also love adding a little bit of salt and pepper to give them extra flavor!
11. Roasted Broccoli
Roasted broccoli is another great side dish to serve with Italian sausage.
It’s packed with flavor and texture, and takes just a few minutes to prepare.
You can even make it the day before, which is helpful if you’re having guests over for dinner (or if you’re like me and have a busy schedule!).
You can add any number of ingredients to make this even better—you could add some lemon juice or lemon zest, or try grating some fresh Parmesan cheese on top.
And don’t forget about the prosciutto! You can serve this alongside other Italian meals like pasta dishes or slow-cooked meatballs.
Roasted broccoli is also great served alongside grilled chicken or fish.
This side dish has many occasions in its favor: it’s easy enough for everyday meals but fancy enough for guests; it can be served warm or cold; and it’s good enough to eat on its own!
12. Creamed Spinach
I sometimes like to serve my Italian sausage with creamed spinach because it is a great way to add some extra flavor, texture, and color to the meal.
I usually add a little bit of nutmeg and garlic powder for extra flavor.
It takes me about 10 minutes to make the creamed spinach from scratch.
My favorite thing about this side dish is that it doesn’t take too much time or effort to prepare, which is why I love serving it with Italian sausage!
You can also try adding other ingredients to your cream spinach like: bacon bits, onions, mushrooms, etc.
Creamed spinach is delicious served as an accompaniment alongside any sort of pasta dish or meat.
You can also serve it alongside potatoes or rice if you want something more substantial for dinner!
I recommend serving creamed spinach with Italian sausage on special occasions such as holidays where there will be lots of family members gathered together in one place at one time.
13. Baked Beans
I like baked beans because they’re sweet and spicy and the texture is soft, yet firm.
It takes about 30 minutes to prepare them.
You can add other ingredients such as molasses, brown sugar, and mustard powder.
I also like to serve them with cornbread or corn muffins.
They can be eaten any time of year, but especially around the holidays when there’s more time to spend at home cooking.
I also think baked beans are good for people who don’t usually cook because they’re easy to make and require very few ingredients.
14. Homemade Potato Chips
I love to serve homemade potato chips because they’re crispy and salty, and they go well with the smoky flavor of the sausage.
They’re also really easy to make—just slice up some potatoes, fry them in a skillet, and season them with salt, pepper, and garlic powder.
They take about ten minutes from start to finish, which makes them an ideal side dish for a weeknight dinner or a weekend BBQ.
You can also add other flavors to your potato chips if you want—I like spicing them up with curry powder or chili powder for an extra kick.
You can also try adding fresh herbs like rosemary or thyme to the mix if you want something extra fragrant.
15. Homemade Onion Rings
If you’re a fan of Italian sausage, you’re going to love this side dish.
While it takes some time to prepare, it’s worth every second.
The onion rings are crispy on the outside and soft on the inside, with an amazing crunch that pairs perfectly with the meaty sausage.
You can make your own onion rings by cutting onions into large slices and soaking them in milk for at least an hour before dredging them in flour and frying them until they’re golden brown.
You can also add other ingredients like garlic powder or paprika if you want!
I like serving my onion rings with Italian sausage because they’re both easy to make and delicious—plus, they go great together!
So if you’ve got some time on your hands and want to try something new, give these a shot!
I love breadsticks because they’re super easy to make, and they’re also very versatile.
Breadstick recipes vary by region, so if you want to add some zing to your recipe, try adding herbs like rosemary or oregano.
You can also add garlic powder or even red pepper flakes if you want something spicy.
I usually make my breadsticks from scratch, but if you don’t have time for that (or if you just don’t feel like it), there are some great store-bought versions out there that are pretty tasty as well.
If you do choose to make your own, though, I recommend using a pizza crust recipe instead of one specifically labeled “breadstick.”
The extra yeast will help give the breadsticks more flavor and keep them nice and soft throughout baking.
Breadstick recipes are typically baked at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 15 minutes or so depending on how crunchy or soft you want them to be—but keep an eye on them toward the end so they don’t burn!
And remember: always let them cool completely before serving.
17. Roasted Root Vegetables
I love serving roasted root vegetables with Italian sausage because they are so hearty and filling.
They have a lot of flavor and texture, so they keep you satisfied even after eating your fill of sausage.
And they take only 30 minutes to make, which is perfect if you’re trying to get dinner on the table fast!
I usually roast potatoes, carrots, and onions together in olive oil and salt until they are soft and golden brown.
Then I add some garlic cloves at the end for extra flavor.
You can also add whatever other vegetables you have in your fridge—just make sure to cut them into similar-sized pieces so they cook evenly!
Another thing I like about these veggies: They’re great for any occasion.
They’re perfect for Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner because they go well with both meaty dishes and vegetarian ones alike.
You could even serve them as a side dish when hosting friends who are vegan or vegetarian—they’ll love the way they pair with their meal!
18. Baked Potatoes
Baked potatoes are both rich and filling, and they go great with a bit of butter and salt.
I like to bake my potatoes for about an hour at 400 degrees, but it really depends on how large your potatoes are.
If you want to avoid that step, just grab some microwavable ones from the store!
I usually like them with a little sour cream, but feel free to add anything else that you like—cheese, bacon bits… whatever floats your boat!
If you’re looking for something quick and easy to add on top of your baked potatoes (if you’re feeling extra fancy), try adding some crumbled feta cheese or chopped chives right before serving.
You can also try mixing in some cooked broccoli or cauliflower before baking if you’re looking for a vegetarian option.
The best thing about baked potatoes is how versatile they are: You can serve them at breakfast with eggs and bacon, lunch with chicken salad or tuna salad (or even just plain ol’ potato salad!), dinner alongside your favorite meatloaf recipe… or even dessert!
This side dish has so many uses that it’s bound to become one of your favorites as well!
19. One Pot Creamy Tomato Pasta
This dish has just the right amount of flavor, texture, and time it takes to prepare—not too much of any one thing.
It’s perfect for those days when you don’t want to spend hours in the kitchen—just throw everything in the pot and let it do its thing!
You can add other stuff to it if you want—I like to add some broccoli or peas from time to time.
You can also make this recipe a meal by adding chicken or shrimp, which would make it even easier on yourself since you’re already making one pot of food!
Another tip: if you’re making this for kids, put some peas on top of their portion instead of just mixing them into the rest of the dish.
Dinner parties are always fun occasions for serving this dish because everyone loves creamy pasta and tomato sauce.
But it’s also great when you’re in need of comfort food after a long day at work or school.
20. Garlic Butter Grilled Corn on the Cob
Garlic butter grilled corn on the cob is one of my favorite sides to serve with Italian sausage.
I like to think of it as a sort of “fresh” element that counteracts the richness of the sausage, while also adding a lot of flavor and texture.
It’s super easy to make: just husk your corn, brush it with butter and garlic salt, and grill it for about 15 minutes until it’s nice and browned.
You can also add some chopped parsley or cilantro before you serve it if you want some green color in there!
The best thing about this side dish is that it’s so versatile—you can serve it with anything from cheese fries to meatloaf (or even just some bread!).
It’s also easy enough for any level cook to make themselves!
This is definitely a go-to side dish when I’m hosting family dinners or BBQs because everyone loves grilled corn!
21. Homemade Macaroni Salad
I also love to serve homemade macaroni salad with Italian sausage because it has a lot of flavor and texture, it’s easy to prepare, and it keeps well in the fridge for days.
I like that you can make it ahead of time and just keep it in your refrigerator until you’re ready to serve.
I also like that you can add other ingredients like chopped bell peppers or olives.
It’s also great as leftovers!
If you want to make this dish a little healthier, try swapping out half of the mayonnaise for Greek yogurt.
You can eat this dish any time of year, but I usually eat it during the summer months when I’m grilling outside.
You can also serve it at picnics or potlucks.
22. Grilled Asparagus Wrapped in Mozzarella & Prosciutto
Another side that I like to serve with Italian sausage is grilled asparagus wrapped in mozzarella and prosciutto.
I love this because it’s easy to make, you can get everything at the grocery store, and it’s delicious.
It also has the perfect balance of flavor, texture, and time it takes to prepare.
My favorite way to make this dish is to use fresh asparagus.
If you have time, you can grill it on a grill pan or in a grill basket. If not, just roast them in the oven at 400 degrees for about 10 minutes until they start to get tender but still have a bite.
Then wrap them in some thinly sliced prosciutto and mozzarella cheese (about 1 oz each per bundle).
Baste them with olive oil before putting them on a sheet tray lined with aluminum foil for about 10-15 minutes at 400 degrees until the cheese melts.
23. Steamed Green Beans
I love the crunch of green beans together with the soft texture of Italian sausage, and I think that the combination of flavors is just perfect.
To make them, you’ll want to cut off the ends of your beans and steam them for about 15 minutes until they’re tender but still crisp.
I like to add a little salt after they’re cooked so that they have a little bit of bite.
If you’re looking for more substance in your side dish, feel free to add some other veggies or even some pasta or rice!
And if you’re feeling adventurous, try adding some garlic or other herbs—you can’t go wrong!
If you’re looking for an easy way to bring this side dish along when you’re traveling or hosting dinner parties, try packing it up in Tupperware containers!
They’ll stay fresh through any trip and will be easy to serve when you get home.
24. Baked Sweet Potato Fries
Sweet potato fries are easy to prepare and cook, and they taste delicious—plus, you can get creative with the seasoning.
For example, if you want to add some spice and crunch, try tossing some crushed red pepper flakes into the mix before baking.
Or if you prefer a little sweetness, sprinkle on some cinnamon or cumin!
You can make these fries in advance and store them in an airtight container in the fridge until the big game starts—they’ll be great cold or reheated.
These fries are also a great pairing for other meats—especially chicken breast or pork chops!
25. Rice Pilaf
I am a big fan of rice pilaf, and I think it’s a great side to serve with Italian sausage.
The rice has such an amazing texture that absorbs the flavors of the sausage really well, and the aromatic spices really bring out the best in both dishes.
Rice pilaf is also pretty quick to make—you can have it ready within 30 minutes from start to finish.
It takes about 20 minutes for the rice to cook, and then you just add some vegetables and herbs for flavor and color!
You can really customize this dish based on what you have in your kitchen—just make sure you try not to skip over any of the ingredients.
A few things that I like to add are mushrooms, green beans, peas, or even carrots if they’re around!
This dish pairs well with just about anything else on your menu—it’s especially good with chicken or pork chops!
It also makes a great side dish for Thanksgiving dinner, as it’s easy enough for kids to help make while still being delicious enough for adults.
The only drawback is that if you aren’t careful about how much salt goes into this recipe (or if you don’t have any salt-free seasonings), then it might be too salty for some people’s tastes.
26. Garlic Parmesan Pasta
Garlic parmesan pasta is such a simple side dish, but it really makes the whole meal complete.
The flavor of this pasta is just right—not too salty or overpowering, and not too subtle.
It’s got just enough seasoning to bring out the taste of your sausage and make it shine.
The texture is also great: it’s not too soft or mushy, but it’s also not so firm that you can’t bite through it easily.
The pasta holds its shape well—which is important when you’re working with a hearty main dish like Italian sausage!
This dish takes about 20 minutes to prepare—not too long, but not so short that you feel rushed either.
And there are lots of other ingredients you can add if you want to get fancy: steamed broccoli, roast peppers, feta cheese… whatever sounds good!
I like serving this as an accompaniment to any kind of meat or fish dish because it adds some freshness while also offering a different texture than what came before it on the plate (and after).
27. Tater Tots
Tater tots are one of my favorite side dishes to serve with any sausage.
They’re a perfect combination of crispy and fluffy, and they go with just about anything.
I like to bake them for about 10 minutes, but if you want them more crispy, cook them longer.
You can also add cheese on top or serve them with ketchup or ranch dressing.
I make tater tots on special occasions or when I’m having guests over—they’re pretty easy to make and they’re always a hit!
28. Mashed Cauliflower
I love mashed cauliflower because you can make it ahead of time, and it’s super easy to reheat.
Plus, it’s so good that it’ll be your new go-to side dish for any sausage recipe!
One of my favorite ways to serve mashed cauliflower is with a little parmesan cheese sprinkled on top after cooking.
It adds a salty, nutty flavor that makes the dish totally craveable.
You can also add some other ingredients to mix things up—I like chives or scallions, but spinach would also be great!
You can also add some garlic if you’re feeling adventurous.
Serving coleslaw is a great way to add some freshness and crunchiness to an otherwise heavy meal.
The best thing about coleslaw is how easy it is to make.
You can use any kind of cabbage—red, green, or purple—and mix it with any kind of dressing you’d like: mayonnaise, sour cream, buttermilk, vinegar and oil… the possibilities are endless!
It’s also a great way to get your kids to eat their vegetables because they will want more if they know it’s coming with their favorite dish.
I like to serve my coleslaw on the side rather than mixing it into my meal because I feel like this allows me to enjoy all of the flavors separately.
For example: if I were making an Italian sausage pizza with tomato sauce and cheese on top, I would probably just spread the coleslaw over top of everything like a layer of green pesto (you could also do this for tacos).
Another option would be to put some coleslaw inside your roll along with your meatball sandwich (or whatever else you’re making).
30. Broccoli Salad
Broccoli salad is a wonderful side dish that will help you get the most out of your meal.
It’s easy to make and takes only about 20 minutes to prepare, so you can have it ready before the meat is done cooking!
The broccoli adds a nice texture and crunch to the dish, while the dressing adds some flavor and moisture.
If you’re not sure which dressing works best, try experimenting with different ones until you find one that meets your needs.
If you’re trying to cut down on calories or fat in your diet, try using light mayonnaise instead of regular mayonnaise—it won’t affect the taste at all!
You can also add other ingredients to give it more flavor and texture—try adding chopped nuts or chopped-up apples for a little sweetness.
And if you’re serving this dish at an outdoor barbecue, don’t forget about accompaniments like potato salad or corn on the cob!
This dish is great for any occasion: It’s easy enough for everyday meals but also special enough for company dinners and special occasions.
31. Kale Chips
I like to serve kale chips with Italian sausage because they’re crunchy and salty, and the addition of kale gives them a nice green color that looks great on the plate.
Kale chips are easy to make—you just need a dehydrator (or a very low oven) and some extra-virgin olive oil.
If you have one, you can use an awesome tip I learned from my mom: put some water in a bowl, then put your kale leaves in it so they get wet before going into the dehydrator.
This helps them get crispy without burning!
You can add other ingredients if you want: maybe some nutritional yeast or nutritional yeast flakes for more flavor?
And if you really want to get fancy, try sprinkling some grated parmesan cheese on top before baking them off.
Kale chips are also great as an accompaniment to soups or stews, but they’re also good on their own as a snack or side dish.
They’re pretty healthy too—they’re full of vitamins, along with plenty of other nutrients.
The only thing is that they can be kind of bitter if not seasoned well enough—so don’t be afraid to use plenty of salt and pepper when making these!
32. Fresh Fruit Salad
Fresh fruit salad has a great flavor, it’s light and refreshing, and it doesn’t take long to prepare.
And if you’re like me, you’ll find that it goes with just about any occasion.
The best thing about this side dish is how versatile it is.
You can use whatever fruits you have on hand—oranges and bananas are always good choices—but I like to add some strawberries too!
That way my salad has a little more texture than just soft fruit.
I do recommend adding some honey or agave syrup to sweeten things up if you want to make it a little sweeter.
You can also add some chopped nuts or dried cranberries if you want extra crunch or sweetness.
If you’re looking for other ways to serve this dish, try serving it with pork chops instead of Italian sausage!
The sweetness of the fruit will go great with the savory meat of your choice!
33. Zucchini Sticks
Zucchini sticks are delicious, they take just minutes to prepare, and they have the same mouth-watering flavor as the sausage itself!
Zucchini sticks are basically just zucchinis that have been sliced into long, thin pieces and then fried to a crisp in a pan with some oil.
The frying gives them an irresistible crunch on the outside, but also leaves them tender enough inside that you can eat them by themselves without feeling like you’re chewing on wood!
You can also add other ingredients to make the dish more interesting—my favorite is adding basil pesto and Parmesan cheese.
If you want to add even more flavor and texture, try using pesto instead of just olive oil or adding some grated parmesan cheese to the top while they’re cooking in order to get a little extra seasoning.
This is definitely one of my favorite side dishes—I’ve served it with everything from burgers and hot dogs to chicken tenders!
It’s perfect for any occasion where you want something light but flavorful.
What to Serve with Grilled Italian Sausage?
There are a few things that go great with grilled Italian sausage. One is to simply serve it on a hoagie roll with some grilled onions and peppers. You could also add some tomato sauce or BBQ sauce. Another option is to put the sausage on top of a bed of pasta with some sauce. Lastly, you could slice the sausage and add it to a salad.
What to Serve with Sweet Italian Sausage?
When it comes to sweet Italian sausage, you have a lot of options. You can serve it with grilled vegetables, pasta dishes, on a hoagie roll, in a soup, or even as an appetizer. For an easy dish, you can cook the sausage with peppers and onions and serve it over some pasta. Or, for a heartier meal, you can add the sausage to a soup or stew.
What to Serve with Spicy Italian Sausage?
When it comes to a spicy Italian sausage, you can serve it with a lot of different sides. For example, some people like to keep it simple and just have a sausage on a bun. Others like to add sauteed peppers and onions, or even some cheese. And then there are those who like to go all out and make a full Italian meal with the sausage, including pasta, bread, salad, and more.
What to Serve with Stuffed Italian Sausage?
There are a few things that go great with stuffed Italian sausage. One is roasted potatoes. Another great option is a simple green salad. You could also do a more complex salad, like a Caprese salad or an Italian pasta salad. Finally, some crusty bread would be a perfect way to round out the meal.
What to Serve with Italian Sausage – 33 Best Side Dishes
- Sautéed Spinach
- Roasted Brussel Sprouts
- Green Beans with Shallots and Garlic
- Cheesy Mashed Sweet Potato Casserole
- Creamy Polenta with Parmesan Cheese
- Grilled Asparagus with Lemon Vinaigrette
- Garlic Mashed Potatoes
- Baked Potato Wedges with Melted Cheddar Cheese
- Strawberry Arugula Salad with Feta and Balsamic Vinaigrette
- Roasted Sweet Potatoes
- Roasted Broccoli
- Creamed Spinach
- Baked Beans
- Homemade Potato Chips
- Homemade Onion Rings
- Roasted Root Vegetables
- Baked Potatoes
- One Pot Creamy Tomato Pasta
- Garlic Butter Grilled Corn on the Cob
- Homemade Macaroni Salad
- Grilled Asparagus Wrapped in Mozzarella & Prosciutto
- Steamed Green Beans
- Baked Sweet Potato Fries
- Rice Pilaf
- Garlic Parmesan Pasta
- Tater Tots
- Mashed Cauliflower
- Broccoli Salad
- Kale Chips
- Fresh Fruit Salad
- Zucchini Sticks
- Pick your favorite side dish recipe from this list to serve with your Italian sausage.
- Prepare the ingredients according to the recipe.
- Serve it up in no time!