Asked by Jules Bahringer in PotatoesFood & Cooking
Food & Cooking
What side dishes can I serve with grilled steaks?
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Asked in Food & Cooking
What traditional foods might you serve at your Belmont Stakes party?
Wow - not answered yet! I was looking for side dishes. I have always had a Belmont Stakes and Steaks on the grill party... Cheddar Cheese (NY of course) Platter with Frozen Grapes (yum) Shrimp Cocktail NY Strip Steaks Baked Potatoes Sour Cream Chives Iceberg Salad with lots of veggies Tomatoes on top Variety of Dressings Cheesecake The theme is New York all the way. As for on the side - what do you serve? I have had: Green Beans Grilled Asparagus with Holiday (yogurt-based cold hollandaise) Grilled Veggies (zucchini, onions, mushrooms) Fried Mushrooms When attending the Belmont Stakes - seems to me the traditional foods were steaks and burgers but I got no feel for side dishes.
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What kind of side dishes can one serve alongside a good chicken marinade recipe?
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Asked in Recipes, Humor & Amusement
What other food goes with asparagus?
Asparagus is lovely with just butter, or grilled with olive oil and garlic. It suits fish dishes and chicken dishes: for example a swordfish steak (marinated in garlic, cheese, olive oil and basil) with a side of new potatoes, some grilled asparagus and a little bit of meditteranean salad is divine. Or you can put asparagus in an omelette. Asparagus makes a great cheesy casserole topped with cheeze-its crumbled up. It accompanies pork in almost any form whether baked, grilled or fried.
Asked in Cooking Terminology
What is the meaning of side dish?
A side dish is a dish of food "on the side" that compliments the main dish. For instance, if you serve fried chicken as the main dish, you might serve mashed potatoes and green beans as sides dishes, also called "sides." If fish is the main dish, you might serve hush puppies and french fries or tater wedges as sides.
Asked in Seafood
What are some side dishes that compliment a main dish of grilled shark?
Other unique sea food such as squid, octopus and jellyfish, or a tasty sea salad and a dessert. They all taste great! You can buy grilled shark near the Pacific Ocean. Or order it on online! Almost any vegetable would be good with grilled shark. A corn relish, roasted potatoes, a green salad, asparagus, zucchini, white beans, spinach, grilled onions, etc.
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Asked in Barbecue
What types of foods can you serve at a BBQ?
Just about any type of food you can cook indoors can be cooked outdoors on your grill. You can never go wrong with steak, shrimp, chicken, pork chops, hamburgers, hotdogs - just about any kind of grilled meat, fish or seafood is delicious. You can cook vegetables in many different ways, even your side dishes and breads.
Asked in Judaism, Kosher Food, Passover
What would be appropriate to serve for a business lunch during Passover?
Depends on how strict you wish to be, but really anything you'd serve any other time of year but without foods that are not to be eaten during the Passover observance. But if you're looking for some menu thoughts, here are some I can think of: "Caesar" type salad with grilled or poached salmon or chicken; Lamb chops (grilled and chilled) with a taboule or other green salad; Roulettes of chicken breast stuffed with herbed matza meal; A diet plate of cottage cheese & fresh fruit (just don't serve this to anyone having any of the other dishes!!!); Steak with a side of mushrooms & greenbeans.
Asked in Cooking Poultry
What are some side dishes that compliment grilled teriyaki turkey tenderloin?
In keeping with the Teriyaki/Asian theme, you could serve Green Beans (or Asparagus) sautéed in sesame oil (use oil sparingly, as it is very strong--I typically mix it with olive oil) topped with toasted sesame seeds, Wasabi Mashed Potatoes (if you like the heat), or you could stick with a standard fried rice, and even a vegetable medley, such as a California Blend (broccoli, cauliflower, carrots)...It really depends on how many side dishes you want, and what types of vegetables and starches you like.