Side Dish Recipes - From the perfect Potato Salad to Beans
Top 10 Side Dish Recipes
No great barbecue or cookout is complete without a set of great side dishes. From the traditional BBQ beans and potato salads to vegetable dishes, these side dish recipes have been the most popular on my site. So whether you want a big bowl of spicy beans or corn on the cob make up a great side dish the next time you have a big cookout.
These armadillo eggs are one of the best ideas I've seen recently. Spicy bratwurst sausage is molded around a jalapeño pepper stuffed with cream cheese to form an egg.
Grilled Avocados with Crab Salsa
Enlivened by the open flame, these grilled avocados are creamy and delicious. A perfect starter to any meal, they can also fill the role of side dish. Make sure to keep a close eye while on the grill. You want light charring and nothing more.
Grilled Candied Yams
This is a simple candied yam recipe that you can make during the holidays or anytime you feel like eating them. Steaming them before grilling cuts down the actual grill.
Grilled Chicken and Cheese Tomatoes
This delicious stuffed tomato recipe can be used as a side dish or it can stand alone as an entree.
Grilled Corn Salsa
Most of us have tried corn salsa, but why not take the vegetables to the grill? Not only does this add a new dimension to the flavor of the salsa, but the end result in quite appealing to the eye.
Grilled Polenta Cakes with Fontina Cheese
This grilled polenta side dish makes a wonderful addition to any grilled meats. Try it with grilled chicken or pork next time you have a cookout.
Grilled Potato Skins
This is a quick and easy recipe for grilled potato skins. This dish is perfect for summer barbecues and Superbowl parties.
This delicious slaw recipe can be served as a side dish or on a pulled pork sandwich. You can add more or less cayenne to adjust the spiciness of this dish.
In Texas Beans means Pinto Beans. These beans are cooked up with brisket burnt ends and barbecue sauce to make them the perfect side dish for barbecue brisket. If you don't have burnt ends try a grilled steak cooked well. You want smoky flavor for these barbecue beans.