What Goes With Pot Roast
Pot roast is a classic, hearty entrée made of a slow-roasted cut of beef — usually chuck roast — served with vegetables, often including potatoes and carrots. As a delicious all-in-one meal, many wonder what goes with pot roast to bring it to the next level. Here are some delicious side dishes to serve with pot roast to complete your meal.
Potatoes are a staple to serve as a side dish with pot roast. The classic potato side dish is mashed potatoes, but for an upgrade, whip up some garlic mashed potatoes, crispy smashed potatoes, or roasted herbed potatoes.
Rice or Other Grains
Make the side dish a bit heartier by serving some grains with the pot roast. Stir-fry some cauliflower rice for a lighter grain side, or serve a pilaf, or Spanish-Style Rice, with it. Quinoa is a great pick too.
Go with a darker green, like spinach or kale, for a side of greens with balance the richness of a pot roast. Roast asparagus in the oven, or make a roasted veggie medley to pair with it.
If you want a lighter side, make a hearty green salad. Choose some seasonal vegetables to add to it, and get creative with the salad dressing.
Finally, serve some bread alongside pot roast. Biscuits, dinner rolls, or a French baguette are great choices and an easy way for your dinner guests to soak up the al luscious pot roast sauce.
For a comforting weeknight meal, pot roast is hard to beat. With the right side dishes, all your dinner guests will be impressed at pot roast’s ability to consistently hit the spot.