What to Serve With Scalloped Potatoes? 20 Easy Side Dishes

scalloped potatoes side dishes

Do you know how to make scalloped potatoes? These creamy potatoes require minimum input, but you get excellent flavor and drool-worthy potatoes at the end.

Scalloped potatoes are a true example of comfort food, so make sure that you try them at home after having a busy and tiring day at work. However, don't eat them alone. Instead, serve them with your favorite dishes to enjoy the different flavors.

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The best side dishes to serve with scalloped potatoes are glazed ham, roast beef, sloppy joes, salsa chicken, beef wellington, pork chops, chicken and stuffing, enchilada turkey meatloaf, salsa chicken, and many more. 

Now, let's get cooking!

20 Scalloped Potatoes Sides

1. Glazed Ham

Glazed Ham

Whether it is Easter, Christmas, or any other festivity, make this glazed ham to impress your guests and welcome them with a heartening ham. Glazed ham is juicy and tender. Besides, with the tagged recipe, you can make it quicker than expected.

Serve this ham with scalloped potatoes for the much-needed creaminess. Also, since potatoes are fulfilling, having them with ham would make a satisfying meal.

2. Bone in Ham

Bone in ham

Pair your scalloped potatoes with these scrumptious bone in ham. They are flavorful, tender, and oh-so-delicious. However, since ham is boring to eat alone, scalloped potatoes are perfect for giving them company.

Bone in ham recipe uses honey to give the meat a perfectly sweet flavor. Other ingredients include ham, crushed pineapples, orange juice, mustard, cloves, and brown sugar. Try this recipe at home and thank us later.

3. Chicken and Stuffing

Chicken and stuffing

Stuffed chicken is creamy, delicious, tender, and juicy. There are so many adjectives that you can use to describe how good this recipe is. So, if you want to make it more interesting, serve it with homemade scalloped potatoes.

We assure you that the combo is worth every bite.

4. Jerk Chicken

Jerk Chicken

Jerk chicken is usually spicy, so it makes sense to pair it with a mild side dish to dilute its flavors. In that case, scalloped potatoes make a perfect companion. They are creamy and delicious and can make your jerk chicken taste tastier than it already is.

Make loads of these scalloped potatoes because they vanish within minutes. Sprinkle lemon juice over your chicken and potatoes to create a consistent flavor.

5. Ranch Pork Chops

Ranch Pork Chops

Next up, we have ranch pork chops to serve with scalloped potatoes. These chops can get ready within 15 minutes, giving you a meat dish worth every bite. Scalloped potatoes gel well with the tender pork chops and look great when served with meat and a green salad.

6. Pork Chops in Tomato Sauce

Pork Chops in Tomato Sauce

These juicy pork chops are to die for. Thanks to the rich tomato sauce, they have a nice savory and sweet flavor. If you want to make this dish more mouthwatering and scrumptious than it already is, pair them with a few scalloped potatoes.

These exquisite potatoes are better than any fries or bread any day. Drizzle some tomato sauce on the potatoes as well so they taste more delicious than expected.

7. London Broil

London Broil

Scalloped potatoes also get along with any beef dish. London broil is one of them that uses a few amazing ingredients to make this fantastic meat loaf. You can slice the prepared beef into thin slices and serve it with potatoes and a nice sauce.

London broil uses red wine vinegar to get ready. If you don't prefer this ingredient, we recommend eliminating it and increasing the quantity of broth used.

8. Sloppy Joe

Sloppy Joes

Sloppy Joe is a soul food that becomes even more delicious with a bowl of scalloped potatoes. This pair is perfect to curb your hunger and satisfy your stomach.

The duo doesn't take long to make and assemble.

Other than curbing your hunger, the pair is also good to serve at a party. Your guests will definitely love them together.

9. Roast Beef

Roast Beef

Are you planning a feast soon? How about serving some homemade roast beef to your guests?

It is tender, juicy, and full of flavors. To put a smile on your guests' faces, serve the beef with scalloped potatoes and give them a satisfying meal to enjoy.

10. Salsa Chicken

Salsa Chicken

Salsa chicken is wholesome, giving you a great combination of sweet and savory flavors. However, you can't have it alone, so a side dish like scalloped potatoes is perfect. Both dishes don't take long to make, so having them for a quick lunch is a perfect idea.

11. Enchilada Turkey Meatloaf

Enchilada Turkey Meatloaf

This weeknight, cook enchilada turkey meatloaf with scalloped potatoes and get all the praise for your excellent cooking skills.

To make this meatloaf, you will require turkey, black beans, green chili, corn, some sauce, and Mexican cheese. The flavors gel well together, giving you a wonderful dish to enjoy.

12. Honey Garlic Salmon

Honey Garlic Salmon

You can't have salmon alone, regardless of all the new flavors you may add to make it rich and delicious. This seafood requires a nice companion, and in that case, we can't recommend scalloped potatoes enough.

Both salmon and potatoes have a sweet and umami flavor. This duo is worth every bite, so do give it a try.

13. Sauteed Spinach

Sauteed Spinach

If you love having sauteed spinach, we appreciate your food choices. This dish is healthy with all the vitamins and minerals you need to stay active for a long time. But, sometimes, eating spinach alone is a pretty challenging task.

So, what is a better way to make it more interesting? Serve spinach with a few scalloped potatoes, and thank us later. The combination is divine, and you might just want to create the duo every day.

14. Roasted Rosemary Chicken

Roasted Rosemary Chicken

This hearty chicken meal uses garlic and herbs to create a wonderful dish. The directions are pretty simple, so making this dish on a weekend night is perfect for experiencing comfort through food.

Don't make this recipe alone. This chicken dish requires starch to give you the balance you need in your food. And for that, there is nothing better to serve it with than a few scalloped potatoes.

15. Creamy Salmon Pasta

Creamy Salmon Pasta

If you are a seafood lover, try making this salmon pasta soon. It is creamy and rich and perfect to end a day. Cook some scalloped potatoes with the dish, too, because the pair works like magic when eaten together.

16. Chicken Pasta Bake

Chicken Pasta Bake

Here is another dish that will make you go crazy when served with scalloped potatoes. The creamy chicken pasta bake is a true definition of comfort food that you may like to have on a cold night. It uses lots of cheese, chicken, pasta, and tomatoes, letting you enjoy a fulfilling treat before you head to bed.

But if you like having something soulful with this pasta, don't think twice and make scalloped potatoes. They complement the rich pasta pretty well and are also quick to make.

17. Ground Chicken Burger

Ground Chicken Burger

Are you hosting kids this weekend? If yes, make these ground chicken burgers and make them eat this heavenly dish while they enjoy in the sun. Also, serve each burger with scalloped potatoes so your guests stay full for a long time.

Isn't this a great and budget-friendly menu idea? We think it is!

18. Beef Wellington

Beef Wellington

Have you ever tried making beef wellington at home, or does the recipe intimidate you? If you often get scared when thinking of cooking this dish, we hear you. It can be tricky to ace beef wellington; however, once it is ready, the results are worth all the time spent and effort put into making this dish.

So, try this dish on the weekend. And don't forget to cook a bowl of scalloped potatoes as well.

19. Radicchio Salad with Green Olives & Parmesan

Radish salad

This radish salad is refreshing and delicious. It is also quite light to complement the hearty scalloped potatoes. You need just a few ingredients to make this dish, so give it a try soon.

20. Gazpacho



Our last suggestion is to serve Gazpacho with scalloped potatoes. Make a bowl of this delicious dish with scalloped potatoes to serve your guests on a game night. This light dish is perfect to complement the heavy and creamy potatoes.

Final Takeaway

Scalloped potatoes are loved by everyone. Yes, there we said it. This dish is rich, sweet, and creamy, so people find it hard to resist.

Besides, these potatoes taste great with almost all main dishes. Therefore, cook them with your meals and have a great food experience with your family.

20 Side Dishes For Scalloped Potatoes

  1. Glazed Ham
  2. Bone in Ham
  3. Chicken and Stuffing
  4. Jerk Chicken
  5. Ranch Pork Chops
  6. Pork Chops in Tomato Sauce
  7. London Broil
  8. Sloppy Joes
  9. Roast Beef
  10. Salsa Chicken
  11. Enchilada Turkey Meatloaf
  12. Honey Garlic Salmon
  13. Sauteed Spinach
  14. Roasted Rosemary Chicken
  15. Creamy Salmon Pasta
  16. Chicken Pasta Bake
  17. Ground Chicken Burger
  18. Beef Wellington
  19. Radicchio Salad with Green Olives and Parmesan
  20. Gazpacho

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scalloped potatoes side dishes

What To Serve With Scalloped Potatoes

Scalloped potatoes are delicious and pair well with all types of dishes. Find 20 easy options like roast beef, sloppy joe, glazed ham and more.
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Course: dinner, lunch, Side Dish
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Instant Pot Scalloped Potatoes, Scalloped Potatoes
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes
Servings: 2
Author: Corrie


  • 2 scalloped potatoes


  • Make the best scalloped potatoes recipe at home.
  • Make one of the side dishes above. You can choose from glazed ham, ranch pork chops, jerk chicken, london broil, sloppy joes, salsa chicken, salmon pasta, ground chicken burger, roasted rosemary chicken and gazpacho.
  • Enjoy a complete meal 🙂
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