Spring rolls are a versatile dish that can be served as an appetizer, main course, or even a dessert!
And while they are often associated with Chinese cuisine, they can be made with a variety of different fillings to suit any taste.
So if you are looking for some inspiration on what to serve with your spring rolls, then you have come to the right place.
In this post, I’m sharing 30 of the best side dishes for spring rolls including salads, soups, dipping sauces, and more.
What to Serve with Spring Rolls?
There are many options for what to serve with spring rolls. If you want to keep it light, you can serve them with a salad or soup. If you’re looking for something more filling, you can serve them with rice or noodles. And if you want something sweet, you can serve them with fruit or dessert.
Keep in mind, that there are a few things to consider when choosing what to serve with spring rolls:
- First, think about the dipping sauce. A sweet and sour sauce or a peanut sauce are both delicious options.
- Second, consider what type of spring rolls you’re serving. If you’re serving vegetarian spring rolls, you might want to include a side of rice or noodles. If you’re serving meat-filled spring rolls, a salad or soup would be a good option.
- And lastly, think about the overall flavor and texture of the dish. You don’t want everything to be too soft or too crunchy.
Here are 30 dishes that go well with spring rolls:
1. Fried Rice
Fried rice is a staple in many Asian countries, but it’s also popular in American and European cuisine.
It’s easy to make at home—just cook some rice, and then add some veggies like carrots and onions, eggs, fish sauce, and soy sauce.
Then toss it all together!
You can use leftover rice from your last meal if you have it on hand.
2. Char Siu (Chinese BBQ Pork)
One of my favorite things to serve with spring rolls is char siu (Chinese BBQ pork).
It has a sweet and salty flavor that really pairs well with the freshness of spring rolls.
In addition to the sweet and salty flavor, char siu has a delicious texture that pairs well with spring rolls.
It’s not too tough or chewy, but it’s also not overcooked—so it can be enjoyed without cutting it up into pieces first!
If you’re looking for other ways to serve char siu, one of the best ways is by adding it to soups or stews.
If you’ve got leftovers from your meal, this is an easy way to use them up because they’ll still have lots of juices in them from cooking.
Char siu also works well as a main dish on special occasions—it’s great for a family dinner or even a holiday meal! It doesn’t matter what kind of occasion it is—char siu will always be delicious!
You should definitely consider making some char siu if you haven’t already—it’s one of those things that everyone should try at least once in their life!
3. Dim Sum
Dim sum is another great option for kids who don’t like veggies, because it comes in bite-size pieces that they can pick up easily with their chopsticks.
The sauce pairs well with most kinds of spring roll filling too!
Just be sure to check your ingredients list before buying pre-made dim sum; some brands contain soy or wheat ingredients that may not be safe for those with food allergies or sensitivities.
Sushi has a great flavor, and the texture is very light and fresh.
Another thing I love about sushi is that it’s a good way to use up leftovers.
If you have leftovers from last night’s dinner, add them to your sushi rolls!
You can also add some fresh veggies or fruit if you have them on hand.
Another thing to consider when pairing sushi with spring rolls is the occasion.
Spring rolls are great for parties because they’re so easy to make and everyone loves them!
But sometimes you want something more substantial than just spring rolls, so having sushi around can really come in handy.
5. Sweet Sticky Teriyaki Chicken
I also like to serve Sweet Sticky Teriyaki Chicken with spring rolls.
It’s a great way to make the most of both dishes and make them taste even better together!
The sweet, sticky teriyaki sauce complements the spring rolls well.
It’s also a great way to add some extra flavor without having to do too much work.
By adding just a few ingredients, you can make this dish work for any occasion and serve it to everyone in your family!
6. Pad Thai
I love the flavor of Pad Thai, and it makes for a great contrast to the mild flavor of spring rolls.
The dish is also a great way to use up leftover rice and noodles from previous meals—just add in some veggies and tofu, and boom!
You’ve got yourself a meal!
You can also add other ingredients if you want to get creative: shrimp, chicken, or tofu are all good options that will complement the flavors of your spring rolls.
You can serve Pad Thai at any time of day—it’s especially good as an after-school snack or as part of a late-night dinner spread.
To make this dish even easier, try using pre-made sauce packets instead of making your own sauce from scratch (just make sure they’re vegan!).
If you do decide to go the homemade route, however, I recommend adding fresh ginger root instead of ginger powder so that it has more of an impact on your taste buds!
7. Bacon Wrapped Water Chestnuts
I also love to serve these bacon-wrapped water chestnuts with my spring rolls.
Water chestnuts are crunchy and sweet, and they add a great texture to the dish.
You can also use them as a garnish for your spring rolls if you’re feeling like you need something extra on the side.
The best thing about them is their versatility: you can make them in advance, or you can cook them right before serving them.
They go great with a lot of different kinds of spring rolls, so you don’t have to worry about getting bored with this pairing!
If you’re looking for other ways to spice up your bacon-wrapped water chestnuts, try adding some spices or seasonings—I like adding salt, pepper, and garlic powder when I’m cooking them up.
They’re also delicious with soy sauce!
If you’re looking for an occasion to bring these out, they’re great at parties because they pair well with any kind of food you want to serve alongside them (and they’re easy enough that people won’t be intimidated by how much work goes into making them).
8. Vietnamese Caramelised Pork Bowls
This dish is so simple and delicious that even the pickiest eater in the family will be begging for more.
All it takes is a few ingredients and some prep time.
You can easily make this on a weeknight or make it ahead of time for a party.
It’s also great if you have guests over who are gluten-free or vegan because there are plenty of substitutions you can make.
The best thing about this recipe is how versatile it is.
You can add just about any vegetables you like to make it even more nutritious.
You could also use chicken instead of pork if that’s what you prefer!
And because it’s not too spicy, kids will love it too!
9. Vegetable Stir Fry
I love to serve my rolls with a vegetable stir fry!
The rolls are already delicious, but the stir fry adds a little something extra.
I like to add different vegetables to each batch of stir fry: sometimes I’ll use red peppers and carrots, other times I’ll use zucchini and mushrooms.
It’s really up to you!
You can also make this dish your own by adding in some other ingredients that you think would taste great—for example, I’ve added tofu before and loved it!
This dish is great for any occasion.
It’s easy enough to make on weeknights when you don’t have time to cook an elaborate meal, but it’s also fancy enough for a dinner party or nice dinner out.
If you’re planning on making this dish ahead of time, just remember that if the vegetables start getting brown on the edges after cooking them in the pan, there’s no need to worry about them being ruined—they’ll still taste great!
10. Gochujang Sesame Broccoli
Gochujang Sesame Broccoli is a delicious, easy dish that you can make in under 30 minutes.
All you need is broccoli, sesame oil, soy sauce, garlic and onion powder, rice vinegar, gochujang paste and sesame seeds.
I also like to add some shredded chicken to the mix for extra protein.
And if you want to jazz up your veggies even more, try adding some fresh ginger or grated carrots.
This recipe is great because it’s so versatile!
You can serve this dish any time of year—it goes well with spring rolls during the spring months when broccoli is at its peak season.
11. Chipotle Sweet Potato Fries with Honey Sriracha Aioli
I love serving my spring rolls with chips and dip.
My favorite is chipotle sweet potato fries with honey sriracha aioli.
To make this dish, all you need is a bag of frozen sweet potato fries, some chipotle seasoning, cumin powder, salt and pepper, honey, sriracha sauce and mayo.
- First, heat up the oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Then spread out your fries on a baking sheet and season them with salt and pepper.
- Bake them for 20 minutes or until they are crispy on the outside but soft on the inside.
- While they bake, prepare your dip by mixing together mayo, honey and sriracha sauce in a small bowl until well combined.
- Serve alongside your fries!
12. Cold Thai Noodle Salad with Peanut Dressing
This side dish is quite easy and quick to make, but it also has a lot of flavor—and it’s really refreshing on hot days!
The noodles are cooked al dente, so they’re still chewy but not hard.
They’re dressed in a spicy peanut sauce that adds tons of flavor—it’s a little salty and sweet, but mostly savory.
They’re tossed with fresh veggies like carrots, cucumbers, and bell peppers for crunchy texture contrast.
Then there’s cilantro for freshness and lime juice for tangy brightness.
This dish is perfect for when you want something light but still satisfying.
It goes well with spring rolls because both have crunchy bits like peanuts or shrimp—they just complement each other perfectly!
13. Spicy Sesame Noodles
This side dish has a great flavor and you can add other ingredients to it, making it interesting and different every time.
It’s also really easy to make—you just need some sesame oil, soy sauce, chili garlic sauce, sesame seeds, rice noodles and veggies (I like carrots).
You can use any kind of noodle you like as long as it’s cooked according to the package directions.
You can also make this dish spicy (or not) by adding more or less chili garlic sauce.
My kids love spicy food so I usually add quite a bit but my husband likes things on the milder side so he doesn’t eat as much of it.
14. Coconut Shrimp with Sweet Chili Sauce
Coconut shrimp (See also these best coconut shrimp dipping sauces) with sweet chili sauce is the perfect way to enjoy spring rolls.
It’s a sweet and spicy sauce, so it complements the spring rolls perfectly.
It also has coconut in it, so it’s a good way to get some healthy fats into your diet.
If you’re looking for other ingredients to add to this dish, try adding some nuts or seeds like sesame seeds or pumpkin seeds.
They’re great sources of protein and fiber, too!
This dish is also great for parties because it pairs well with other Asian dishes like chicken satay and Thai curry.
It’s also easy to make ahead of time and serve cold; just put all of your ingredients in separate containers, mix them together when you’re ready to eat, then chill before serving.
15. Grilled Honey Lemon Butter Salmon
I love grilled honey lemon butter salmon.
It’s a delicious dish, and I like to serve it with spring rolls because both of them have a lot of flavor and they complement each other well.
If you’re not familiar with grilled salmon, it’s made by searing the fish in a pan until it’s golden brown on the outside, but still tender on the inside.
Then you brush it with lemon juice and honey, which gives it a sweet-and-sour flavor that is so delicious!
You can add other ingredients too—like capers or soy sauce—to give your salmon even more flavor.
This is definitely a dish to serve when you’re having company over for dinner because it’s easy to make and requires only one pan (so cleanup isn’t too bad).
And if there are leftovers, you can make sandwiches out of them!
16. Spicy Lemongrass Shrimp with Coconut Rice
In the summer, I often like to serve this recipe.
It’s perfect because it’s quick to make, and it has a lot of flavor that pairs well with spring rolls.
It’s also great if you want a light dinner, or if you want something spicy after eating spring rolls.
- To make this dish, all you need is some shrimp—either fresh or frozen—and some lemongrass paste. You can make the paste yourself by cutting up lemongrass stalks, or by purchasing it at the store.
- Then just cook your shrimp and add in some coconut milk for extra richness.
- Season with salt and pepper, then serve over rice (I like brown).
You can also use this recipe as an opportunity to experiment with different types of shrimp!
Shrimp from Thailand is sweeter than American varieties; however, both are delicious in this dish.
If you’re feeling adventurous, try using prawns instead!
They’ll have more flavor than regular shrimp but less texture than prawns do when raw—but they still taste great cooked.
17. Baked Honey Chicken Wings
I love the way that honey and chicken go together in this dish, and it’s a great choice for parties or just hanging out with friends on a Friday night.
The wings are easy to make and come out of the oven golden brown, with just enough honey sweetness to balance out their savory flavor.
You can serve them with other sides like rice or mashed potatoes, or even just keep it simple and let them stand on their own.
Either way, they’ll be delicious!
18. Shredded Carrot Salad with Honey Mustard Dressing
This recipe is a delicious way to add some crunch and sweetness to your dish and make it seem like you put a lot more effort into it than you actually did.
You can also use this salad as a side dish for any meal.
It’s always good to have an easy side dish in your repertoire, especially when you’re serving something that doesn’t come with its own veggies.
The honey mustard dressing is just the right amount of zing without being too overpowering or sweet, so it complements most dishes nicely.
If you’re looking to add some protein-packed ingredients to your meal, try adding walnuts, almonds or even peanuts!
You can also add some dried cranberries or raisins if you want a little more sweetness in your dish—just remember not to go overboard with them because they’ll overpower the taste of everything else!
19. Chinese Bean Sprout Stir Fry
This stir-fry is full of flavor, and it’s really easy to make.
Plus, it has a lot of other ingredients that you can add to make it even more delicious!
I like to cook this stir fry with just bean sprouts, but you can also add carrots, cabbage and mushrooms if you want a more complex flavor.
The best occasions for serving Chinese Bean Sprout Stir Fry are when you want something quick and easy to eat, or when you’re hosting a party and want something that everyone will enjoy.
- To cook this dish at home, just add the vegetables and sauce directly into a wok over medium heat.
- Stir constantly until the vegetables have softened slightly (about 5 minutes).
- Then add the bean sprouts and continue cooking until they’ve wilted completely (another 5 minutes).
- Serve hot!
20. Coconut Peanut Sauce with Stir-Fried Veggies and Rice
This dish is so easy to make and it’s full of flavor—it’s almost like eating a giant bowl of peanut butter!
The rice is cooked in coconut milk, which makes it taste sweet and rich.
The veggies are sautéed in sesame oil, which adds a nutty flavor.
And there’s just enough coconut milk left over from cooking the rice to make a sauce for dipping your spring rolls in.
I love this dish because it’s easy to prepare, but it still feels like something special when you serve it at a party or for dinner with friends.
You can make everything ahead of time and then just reheat before serving (or even cook the veggie mixture ahead of time and then just throw it together at the last minute).
You can also play around with different vegetables based on what’s available at your grocery store or farmers market—bok choy will work well here too!
21. Thai Cucumber Salad with Sesame Ginger Dressing
This recipe is a refreshing and light way to accompany the crunchy, greasy spring rolls, which are often served as an appetizer or snack.
The dressing is made of soy sauce, lime juice, honey and sesame oil, so it has a sweet and savory taste that complements the flavor of the cucumber perfectly.
You can add other ingredients like jalapeno peppers or cilantro if you like those flavors too!
This dish works well for any occasion—whether you’re having friends over for dinner or just looking for something different to serve at your next potluck! It’s also easy to make at home with minimal prep time required (about 5 minutes).
It’s important to remember not to put your spring rolls in the refrigerator until after they’ve been fried—they will absorb all of the oil from their coating if they aren’t eaten right away!
22. Greek Salad
Greek salad combines the crunch of cucumbers, tomatoes, and onions with the sweet and salty flavor of feta cheese.
It’s a perfect complement to the crispy texture of spring rolls, so if you’re looking for something that will really highlight their flavor, this is it!
If you’re serving this dish for a party, consider adding other ingredients that complement its flavors.
For example, if you’re serving a Greek salad as part of a dinner party menu, it would be nice to add some olives or red pepper flakes for added spice.
You could also add some black beans or corn—depending on how many people are coming over—to bulk up your meal without making it too heavy.
It’s important to keep in mind that not everyone likes Feta cheese!
If that’s the case with your guests (or your family), feel free to omit it all together or replace it with another kind of cheese like mozzarella instead.
You can also swap out regular cucumbers for Persian ones which are smaller but have better flavor than regular cucumbers.
23. Healthy Mango Salad with Spinach
Whether you’re serving spring rolls at your next party or just want to whip up a delicious meal for yourself, the healthy mango salad with spinach is a great companion.
It’s got the perfect balance of sweet and savory, which makes it perfect for any occasion.
This salad is also super simple to make, so you can make it anytime you want to treat yourself.
You can add any extra ingredients you want (onions, bell peppers) to make this recipe your own!
You can also make it ahead of time so that all you have to do is throw it in a bowl when you’re ready to serve it.
24. Thai Cucumber Salad
Thai cucumber salad has a nice balance of flavors, with the sweetness of the cucumber and the bite of the shallot, vinegar, and chili sauce.
I like to add some chopped peanuts or sesame seeds for texture, but feel free to leave them out if you don’t like them!
You can also add some mint leaves if you want to give this salad a little extra something.
It’s great as an appetizer or side dish, but you could also serve it as part of a larger meal.
Try serving this with grilled chicken skewers or grilled shrimp skewers for an Asian-inspired meal!
25. Creamy Cucumber Radish Salad
Radish salad is light and refreshing, but it also has a little bit of a kick.
The dressing is rich and zingy, but there are no strong flavors that will clash with the spring roll.
It’s just the right amount of flavor to keep things interesting without overpowering your meal.
This dish is also great for parties because it can be made ahead of time, which means you can focus on getting ready for your guests instead of being stuck in the kitchen all day.
You can even make it ahead of time and store it in an airtight container in the fridge until you’re ready to serve it—it’ll last up to three days like that!
And if you’re looking for some other foods that pair well with this dish, try pairing it with some French fries or maybe even some grilled chicken skewers!
26. Red Cabbage and Carrot Slaw
I love serving red cabbage and carrot slaw with spring rolls.
It’s crisp and crunchy, with a fresh flavor that pairs perfectly with the spring roll’s savory filling.
It also happens to be really easy to make—just combine the ingredients in a food processor, add some dressing, and you’re done!
Here are just some of the reasons why this is my favorite way to serve spring rolls:
- it’s a great way to use up leftovers from other meals
- it’s quick and easy to make (especially if you have leftover cabbage in your fridge)
- you can customize it by adding different vegetables or swapping out the dressing for something else
- it freezes well, so you can make it ahead of time if needed
- you can serve it as an appetizer or side dish at any time of year (not just during springtime)
27. Vegan Peanut Noodle Salad
Serving vegan peanut noodle salad is a great way to round out your meal, especially if you’re looking for something light and fresh.
It’s got a ton of flavor, but it’s still not too heavy, so you can enjoy it without feeling like you’d just eaten a meal.
The recipe above is my favorite version of this dish—it has all the right ingredients and is really easy to make.
I like using extra-firm tofu because it stands up well when you’re frying it, but if you have time, you can also make your own ramen noodles using whole wheat flour instead of white flour.
The key is to make sure they’re thin enough—if they’re too thick they’ll end up being chewy!
This dish pairs well with just about anything—especially other Asian foods like sushi or Vietnamese pho!
28. Spicy Thai Shrimp Salad
This shrimp salad comes together quickly—you just need to chop up some vegetables (I like cilantro, cucumber, onion, and tomato), cook your shrimp in some oil, then mix everything together with a dressing made from lime juice, garlic, chili paste, soy sauce, and sugar.
I usually serve this as an appetizer before dinner because it’s spicy enough that it’ll get your tongue tingling!
If you’re serving this as a meal rather than an appetizer or side dish, consider adding rice noodles or some steamed veggies to make it more filling.
You could also add some peanuts for crunch!
29. Shrimp Fajitas (Easy Sheet Pan)
It’s hard to argue with the deliciousness of shrimp.
When they’re seared on a hot pan, they get all crispy and caramelized in spots and then you can toss them in whatever sauce you like best—whether it be spicy or sweet.
And for me, the perfect complement to these delicious fajitas is spring rolls!
The greenery, fresh herbs, and crunchy vegetables are the perfect juxtaposition to the juicy shrimp and creamy guacamole.
Plus, who doesn’t love a good avocado?
I find that serving this dish at parties brings out everyone’s inner foodie: people are excited to try new things, so they’ll usually be willing to take a bite of something new or different if it’s served alongside something familiar.
30. Chicken Satay Rice Bowls
These bowls are a delicious, healthy way to get your protein and carbs in at the same time.
The best thing about this dish is the sauce.
The chicken is marinated in a mixture of soy sauce, peanut butter, honey, and lime juice, which gives it an incredible depth of flavor that you can’t get from just grilling or frying it on its own.
Then you add brown sugar and lime juice to create a sticky glaze that makes every bite pop!
I love serving this with spring rolls because I like to use them as my dipping utensils—just dip them into the chicken satay sauce and you’ve got yourself the perfect meal.
Another great thing about this recipe is how versatile it is!
You can make it sweet or spicy depending on what kind of mood you’re in, or how many people are eating with you!
If you’re looking for something more milder but still full of flavor (and who isn’t?), try adding sliced cucumber or avocado slices alongside some fresh cilantro leaves for garnish.
What to Serve with Fried Spring Rolls?
There are many things you can serve with fried spring rolls. If you want to keep it simple, you can serve them with a dipping sauce such as soy sauce, sweet and sour sauce, or hoisin sauce. You can also serve them with rice, noodles, or a salad.
What Sauce to Eat with Spring Rolls?
With so many sauces to choose from, it can be hard to decide which one to pair with your spring rolls. A good rule of thumb is to go for a sauce that is not too overpowering, so you can still taste the delicate flavors of the spring roll. A light soy sauce or sweet chili sauce are always good options.
What to Serve with Vietnamese Spring Rolls?
Since Vietnamese spring rolls are generally served as an appetizer, you can serve them with a variety of dipping sauces. Some popular options include soy sauce, fish sauce, sweet chili sauce, and peanut sauce. You can also serve them with soup or salad.
What to Have with Vegetable Spring Rolls?
When serving vegetable spring rolls, you can pair them with a variety of different sides. For example, you could serve them with french fries, rice, salad, or soup. You could also serve them with dipping sauces, such as soy sauce, sweet and sour sauce, or chili sauce.
What to Serve with Asian Spring Rolls?
Asian spring rolls are delicious, but you can’t just eat them by themselves. You need a side dish to go with them!
Here are 4 that I think will pair perfectly with your Asian spring rolls:
- A bowl of steamed rice: This is the classic pairing for spring rolls—and we don’t see any reason to deviate from tradition. The rice will soak up all the juices from the spring roll filling, and it’ll give you something to chew on while you enjoy every last bite of your meal.
- A side salad: A fresh salad is a great complement to spring rolls because it adds another layer of texture to the meal. Plus, if your spring rolls are spicy or salty, they will help balance out those flavors and make them more palatable for those who don’t like their food too spicy!
- A bowl of pho broth (with noodles): If you want something hot and comforting that’s easy to make on a weeknight, this is it! Just boil some water in a pot and add noodles when it comes back up to temperature again—and then add some soy sauce or fish sauce if desired! It’s so simple that even kids can make it themselves! Just be careful not to burn yourself when taking out the noodles or putting them back in!
- Bánh mì: If you’re feeling like something light, a bánh mì is the perfect choice. Just make sure to ask for extra vegetables and mayonnaise on yours if you want more veggies—and don’t forget the Sriracha sauce! It adds flavor but also helps cut down on the grease from eating meat.
What to Serve with Thai Spring Rolls?
Thai spring rolls are a great way to prepare a meal. You can use them as a snack, side dish, or main course.
Here are three foods that you can pair with Thai spring rolls:
- Rice noodles: Rice noodles are a perfect pairing for Thai spring rolls. Not only do they go well together, but they also complement each other’s flavors and textures.
- Coconut milk: Coconut milk is another great choice for serving alongside Thai spring rolls. It will add some creaminess and sweetness while complimenting the tangy flavors of Thai food.
- Peanut sauce: If you love peanut sauce as much as I do, it’s an excellent choice for serving with your spring rolls! The creamy peanut sauce will complement the crispy texture of the spring roll wrapper and add some delicious flavor to your dish!
What to Serve with Shrimp Spring Rolls?
When it comes to shrimp spring rolls, you can serve them with a variety of dipping sauces. Some popular options include soy sauce, sweet and sour sauce, chili sauce, and peanut sauce. You can also serve them with a side of rice or noodles.
What to Serve with Duck Spring Rolls?
Duck spring rolls are a beautiful thing, and if you’re going to serve them, your guests are going to expect you to bring out the big guns.
Here are 5 delicious things you can serve with duck spring rolls:
- Duck Spring Rolls with Plum Sauce: Plum sauce is a sweet and sour sauce that is made with plums (obviously), vinegar, sugar and garlic. It’s used in many Asian-inspired recipes as an accompaniment for duck or chicken. It’s also great on rice!
- Duck Spring Rolls with Sweet and Sour Sauce: Sweet and sour sauce is another great choice for serving with duck spring rolls. It’s made from sugar, vinegar, soy sauce, and sometimes pineapple juice or tomato paste. The sweetness of the sugar offsets the sourness of the vinegar well enough that they play nicely together while still providing a bold contrast in flavors—the perfect complement to duck spring rolls’ crispy exterior and juicy interior!
- Duck Spring Rolls with Hoisin Sauce: Hoisin sauce is sweetened soybean paste that has been cooked down with garlic and spices like ginger or five-spice powder (a combination of cinnamon bark and star anise). The sweetness of the sugar and honey offsets the savory spices well enough that they play nicely together while still providing a bold contrast in flavors—the perfect complement to duck spring rolls’ crispy exterior and juicy interior!
- Ginger-Sesame Dipping Sauce for Duck Spring Rolls: This sauce can be made in advance and keeps well in the fridge for up to a week, so it’s a great option if you’re serving this dish on one of those days when you’re running late. Just mix together equal parts soy sauce and honey and add some sesame oil and ground ginger to taste. It’s sweet, tangy, and spicy all at once—perfect for dipping spring rolls!
- Brown Rice: Brown rice is an easy way to make sure that your meal has something filling and nutritious in it. Just make sure that your brown rice is prepared properly (i.e., not too mushy), so it will hold up well with the duck spring rolls without getting soggy or falling apart.
What to Serve with Chinese Spring Rolls?
Chinese spring rolls are one of the best dishes to serve with your family and friends. They are delicious, healthy, and can be made using a variety of ingredients. The following three foods will make an excellent pairing with your Chinese spring rolls:
- Salad: Salads are an easy way to add some nutrition and freshness to your meal. They’re also great for pairing with spicy foods, so they’ll cut through the heat nicely and help cool your mouth off after eating one of these delectable treats.
- Rice: Rice is a staple in Asian cuisine because it pairs well with just about everything. It’s comforting, nutritious, and can be used as a base for other dishes like stir-fries and soups. If you’re looking for something hearty but light at the same time, rice is definitely worth considering!
- Soup: Soup is another great accompaniment because it’s full of flavor and texture that will complement these little pieces of heaven perfectly!
What to Serve with Pork Spring Rolls?
Pork spring rolls are a great way to add some variety to your meal. They can be served as an appetizer or as a main dish—either way, they’re sure to be a hit!
Here are three foods you can serve with your pork spring rolls:
- Vegetable stir fry: A vegetable stir fry is a great way to round out your meal and get in some extra greens. Make sure you use lots of vegetables and include both leafy greens and root vegetables like carrots and potatoes. Add some tofu for protein if you like, or try adding some beans or lentils for an even heartier dish.
- Pork chops: Pork chops are another delicious option that pairs well with your pork spring rolls. You can cook them on the grill, in the oven, or pan-sear them on the stovetop with just a few minutes of prep time required before serving them up alongside your pork spring rolls for a satisfying mealtime experience!
- Chicken: Chicken is a great option to pair with your pork spring rolls, too. You can cook it on the grill or in an oven, or even pan-sear it on the stovetop if you prefer. Just make sure you have some veggies and rice ready for serving alongside your chicken when it’s done cooking so that everyone can enjoy a well-rounded meal!
What to Serve with Spring Rolls (30 Best Dishes & More)
- Fried Rice
- Char Siu (Chinese BBQ Pork)
- Dim Sum
- Sweet Sticky Teriyaki Chicken
- Pad Thai
- Bacon Wrapped Water Chestnuts
- Vietnamese Caramelised Pork Bowls
- Vegetable Stir Fry
- Gochujang Sesame Broccoli
- Chipotle Sweet Potato Fries with Honey Sriracha Aioli
- Cold Thai Noodle Salad with Peanut Dressing
- Spicy Sesame Noodles
- Coconut Shrimp with Sweet Chili Sauce
- Grilled Honey Lemon Butter Salmon
- Spicy Lemongrass Shrimp with Coconut Rice
- Baked Honey Chicken Wings
- Shredded Carrot Salad with Honey Mustard Dressing
- Chinese Bean Sprout Stir Fry
- Coconut Peanut Sauce with Stir-Fried Veggies and Rice
- Thai Cucumber Salad with Sesame Ginger Dressing
- Greek Salad
- Healthy Mango Salad with Spinach
- Thai Cucumber Salad
- Creamy Cucumber Radish Salad
- Red Cabbage and Carrot Slaw
- Vegan Peanut Noodle Salad
- Spicy Thai Shrimp Salad
- Shrimp Fajitas (Easy Sheet Pan)
- Chicken Satay Rice Bowls
- Pick any of the recipes from this list to serve alongside your delicious spring rolls.
- Prepare the ingredients according to the recipe.
- Serve it up in no time!