Skip to Content

What to Serve with Boudin Blanc? 12 BEST Side Dishes

Alright foodies, let’s get real. Boudin Blanc is already a superstar,but what can we serve with it to make our meal unforgettable? We’ve got some killer ideas. Think crispy, creamy, and everything in between.

One time, we paired it with a tangy apple slaw, and wow, it was out of this world. We also tried it with buttery mashed potatoes and couldn’t stop eating.

Get ready for some solid suggestions. We’ve done our homework and picked the 12 most epic side dishes. Buckle up, this is going to be delicious.

Top 12 Side Dishes for Boudin Blanc

Here’s a list of our top recommendations for side dishes to pair with Boudin Blanc:

1 – Braised Red Cabbage

Braised red cabbage? Oh, we’re absolutely drooling over this one. It’s sweet, tangy, and just a bit zingy. The ingredients? Red cabbage, apples, onions, and a splash of apple cider vinegar.

It’s like a symphony for your taste buds. We love how it complements the rich, meaty goodness of Boudin Blanc. Our tip? Add a pinch of caraway seeds for an extra flavor kick.

2 – Apple and Fennel Salad

Alright, so an Apple and Fennel Salad – let’s talk flavors! We’ve got juicy apples bringing sweetness. Fennel adds a fresh, subtle anise hit. Together? Magic.

Crunchy, crisp, and refreshing. Ingredients? Simple—apples, fennel, lemon juice, olive oil. Add a pinch of salt and pepper.

This salad pairs perfectly with Boudin Blanc. It’s light but packs a real flavor punch.

3 – Gruyère Scalloped Potatoes

Scalloped potatoes are that creamy, cheesy side that we all secretly crave. We use thinly sliced potatoes, rich Gruyère cheese, and heavy cream.

It’s like a warm hug from your grandma. The Gruyère cheese adds a nutty, slightly sweet flavor that balances the creaminess.

Pro tip: Add a touch of garlic for a burst of flavor. We love how this dish turns any meal into something special.

4 – Ratatouille

Alright, let’s talk Ratatouille, folks! Think of layers of thinly sliced zucchini, eggplant, and bell peppers stacked in a delightful pattern.

This dish boasts a hearty mix of tomatoes, onions, garlic, and olive oil for that rich, savory flavor.

Pro tip: Bake it slow and low for the flavors to meld beautifully and have your taste buds dancing.

We once made this for a friends’ gathering—the first dish gone!

5 – French Lentil Salad

Lentils get a glow-up in this French-inspired salad. We’re talking hearty, earthy flavors mixed with crisp veggies and tangy dressing.

We toss together green lentils, carrots, celery, and red onion. A basic mustard vinaigrette ties it all together.

We’ve shared this at potlucks, and it’s always a hit! The crunch of the veggies contrasts perfectly with the soft lentils.

6 – Roasted Garlic Mashed Potatoes

Roasted Garlic Mashed Potatoes are a cozy, buttery delight. The smooth texture combined with the rich, nutty flavor from roasted garlic is unmatched. We use Yukon Gold potatoes, heavy cream, butter, and a hefty amount of roasted garlic.

This side dish perfectly balances creaminess and garlic aroma. It’s our go-to for that homestyle, comforting vibe. Add freshly ground black pepper for a slight kick.

7 – Truffle Parmesan Fries

Fries with serious flair! We cut potatoes into thin strips, fry them to crispy perfection, and finish with a sprinkle of truffle oil.

The flavor? Decadent. Earthy truffle meets salty Parmesan cheese. Parsley for a fresh kick.

Once, we made these for a movie night – everyone raved about them. The combination of crunchy, salty, and rich is unbeatable.

8 – Watercress and Pear Salad

Watercress and Pear Salad? Oh, absolutely! We’ve got crunchy watercress and sweet, juicy pears. Add walnuts and blue cheese, and you’re set. Bold and crisp flavors make it standout.

We love this salad for its balance of peppery greens and sweet fruit. It’s light and refreshing. Perfect side for heavier dishes. Pro tip: Use a zesty vinaigrette for extra flavor.

9 – Sautéed Green Beans with Almonds

Green beans with almonds are our go-to side for simplicity and flavor. Crispy green beans mixed with slivered almonds. Lightly sautéed in olive oil with a touch of garlic.

We add a squeeze of lemon juice for a fresh zing. The nuts add crunch and a toasty flavor. Perfect balance between savory and nutty. This dish is always a table pleaser.

10 – Dijon Roasted Brussels Sprouts

These little green gems get a flavor boost from a zingy mustard glaze. Diagrams? Forget about them! Just toss Brussels sprouts in olive oil, Dijon mustard, salt, and pepper.

Roast until crispy. The mustard adds a tangy pop and the high heat caramelizes the sprouts perfectly. We made these for a dinner party, and they were gone in minutes. Who knew Brussels sprouts could be this exciting?

11 – Caramelized Onions

Who doesn’t love the sweet, golden goodness of caramelized onions? We use simple ingredients: onions, butter, a splash of olive oil, and a pinch of salt. The flavor is rich, sweet, and slightly tangy, elevating any dish.

For the best results, cook them low and slow. They make everything better, trust us! Ever paired them with Boudin Blanc? OMG, it’s a match made in heaven.

12 – French Baguette with Herb Butter

Fresh French baguette with herb butter is pure joy. Crunchy outside, soft inside. We whip together butter, garlic, parsley, and a pinch of salt. Spread it on thick.

It’s simple, yet unforgettable. We once had this with Boudin Blanc, and it was an epic combo. Perfect for mopping up any leftover sauce.