Recipes for side dishes

Supplements to dishes can be more than just potatoes or noodles. Vegetables can be prepared in different ways and can be served with meat or fish dishes. In addition to vegetables, various mixed salads also go well with many dishes. You should make sure that the salads contain as little meat, fish or poultry as possible. These otherwise saturate too strongly and the taste of the main course is superimposed. Light salads such as cucumber salad or green head salad go particularly well with fish dishes.

Ajvar rice
Ajvar rice is a spicy side dish with roasted or grilled meat. Peel onion and garlic. ...
Almond balls
Almond balls For the almond balls it is best to use a floury potato variety. Peel the potatoes and bring to the boil in salt water. ...
asparagus
Asparagus Cooking asparagus in the classic way is very easy. Peel asparagus thinly from the head to the end. ...
Asparagus in wine foam sauce
Asparagus in wine foam sauce goes very well with steamed salmon, roasted turkey fillet or chicken breast fillet. Best served with new potatoes as jacket potatoes. ...
Asparagus Ragout
Asparagus Ragout tastes very good as a main course with rice or as a side dish with lamb. Peel the white asparagus whole. ...
Asparagus Vegetables
Asparagus Vegetables taste very good as a side dish with chicken or turkey. Peel the asparagus. ...
Aubergine Grill Package
Aubergine Grill Package Aubergine grill packets can be prepared on the electric grill, charcoal grill or in the grill pan. Cut the eggplants lengthwise into 1 cm thick slices. ...
Aubergines Rice
Aubergines Rice Aubergine rice is a side dish that is easy to prepare. For aubergine rice, dice an onion and sauté in oil. ...
Aubergines with tomato sauce
Aubergines with tomato sauce can be served as a vegetarian main course with rice or polenta, or as a side dish with meat or poultry. Wash and dry the eggplants and remove the stems and flowers. ...

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