These easy family friendly Asian Side Dishes are the perfect compliment to your weeknight meal. Asian Vegetable Recipes and Side Dishes that are simple, quick to make, and that your family will love!
If you are looking for some easy family friendy side dishes that are packed with flavor, I’m here to help! These easy asian recipes are the perfect side dish to pair with your weeknight meal. Easy Asian Vegetable Recipes and quick Asian Side Dishes and more to pair effortlessly with your main meal.
Interested in adding more Asian flavors to your weeknight meals but not sure how to make it actually doable? Check out my for easy tips and recipes that are weeknight and kid-friendly and will help your weeknight meals be a win!
Asian Side Dishes
Sometimes side dishes seem so hard! Here are some fun recipes that go beyond plain white rice to serve with your Asian inspired weeknight meal.
– A super quick and easy Classic Vegetable Fried Rice recipe so you don’t need to order takeout! It’s gluten-free, vegan, top 8 allergy-free, healthy, and full of veggies! A perfect side dish for using leftover rice and transforming it into a delicious lunch or dinner!
from Healthy Little Foodies – These spiraled sweet potato noodles are dressing in an Asian style dressing that is perfect to add to your weeknight meals!
from A Family Feast – This recipe couldn’t be easier to make – and the flavors of the rice infused with coconut milk and cilantro is out of this world!
Asian Vegetable Recipes
Never know what to serve with your main meal? Try these easy Asian Vegetable Recipes that are easy peasy but have so much flavor! Kid-friendly and perfect to compliment any main recipe you make.
– This recipe for honey sesame roasted brussels sprouts turns a sometimes ‘whatever’ side dish into something your peeps will request! A flavorful, five-ingredient glaze coats these brussels sprouts, which are roasted until crisp and browned. Top with plenty of sesame seeds.
– Stir Fried Baby Bok Choy is a simple vegetable side dish that is ready in under 10 minutes start to finish. It’s a little garlicky with a great tender-crisp texture and one of my go-to veggie options.
from Forks and Folly – Hibachi restaurant style zucchini is the inspiration behind this sesame ginger zucchini. It’s the perfect side dish!
– These sweet, garlicky glazed snow peas are made with only five ingredients and they’re ready in a snap, making them the perfect side dish. Just don’t confuse them with snap peas.
– These Asian-style sesame garlic mushrooms are delicious and healthy-ish side dish that requires very little hands-on time.
– This Asian Stir Fried Asparagus is a delicious change of pace from my typical roasting recipes. A little soy sauce, sugar, sherry and garlic provide a terrific flavor profile that the whole family will love.
– This simple Thai Cucumber Salad recipe is the perfect quick addition to your weeknight Asian recipes. A refreshing vegetable side dish with crisp cucumbers tossed in a sweet and savory dressing with red onions, peanuts and cilantro.
– In this warm Brussels sprouts salad, roasted sprouts are drenched is a tangy orange miso dressing for a simple, flavorful side dish that will make even the pickiest eaters love their Brussels sprouts.
– A favorite green bean recipe. SO delicious!! Green beans, shallot, mushrooms, garlic, teriyaki sauce and sesame seeds. Ready to eat in about 15 minutes. Great weeknight side dish!
– A quick and easy salad or side dish. This edamame snap pea salad comes well-dressed in an umami inducing sesame ginger dressing.
from Delicious Little Bites – Sesame-Peanut Cauliflower is a delicious, easy to make Asian-inspired recipe! It’s perfect for busy weeknights!
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