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What To Serve With Spinach Stuffed Chicken – 13 Tasty Side Dishes

If you’re wondering what to serve with your spinach stuffed chicken, you’ve come to the right place.

In this article, I list 13 of the most popular side dishes for spinach stuffed chicken.

In a rush? Here’s the short answer.

The best side dishes to serve with spinach stuffed chicken are garlic bread, zucchini fries, wild rice pilaf, and pasta pomodoro. You can also serve mashed potatoes or lemon parmesan risotto. For some salad options, try a cauliflower broccoli salad or a kale caesar salad.

Ready? let’s jump right in.

Roasted garlic & kale caesar salad

If all else fails, there’s no harm in whipping up a last-minute Caesar salad.

And this version is special.

The sweet flavor of caramelized garlic bursts from every bite (it’s honestly delicious – you need to try it if you haven’t). 

Pair that with some earthy kale and smokey bacon, and you have a flavor-packed, but simple side salad. 

Show off your culinary skills with this recipe by The Original Dish.

Pasta Pomodoro


Top your yummy pasta Pomodoro with a  spinach stuffed chicken and suddenly your meal has gotten a lot more interesting. 

The tomato flavor of the pasta pairs perfectly with the cheesy, spinach-y goodness that’s dripping out of the chicken and onto the pasta.

Plus, the pasta will help to fill you up so you won’t be tempted to go for seconds (or thirds!).

Dinner at the Zoo includes the tomato sauce recipe that you can make 2 days in advance.

Garlic bread

So you’ve made spinach stuffed chicken. Congratulations!

Now it’s time to think about what to serve it with. 

And there’s really only one answer: garlic bread.

It’s a guaranteed crowd pleaser, and you can use the bread to mop up any stuffing spillage, so not a single drop of flavor will go to waste. 

Recipe Girl uses garlic powder for convenience. But if you want to go above and beyond, use freshly crushed garlic.

Air fryer zucchini fries

Zucchini fries are a great alternative to french fries for those days when you’re craving carbs but don’t want to indulge. 

And cooking them in the air fryer is such a game-changer. 

Let’s face it, nobody likes washing up a greasy pan. 

Plus, it will give your zucchini fries that perfect crisp without all the oil. 

And did you know you can also cook your spinach-stuffed chicken in the air fryer?

Winner winner chicken dinner!

Red cabbage slaw

This slaw is made with red cabbage, jalapenos, and carrots all tossed in a sweet and spicy dressing that will complement your chicken perfectly. 

The sweetness comes from maple syrup and the spice from cayenne pepper. 

The crunchy vegetables and bright colors will add a pop of vibrancy to your plate. And best of all?

This recipe comes together in just 10 minutes.

Herb and garlic mashed potatoes

Mashed potatoes go with pretty much anything.

But they go especially well with a big juicy portion of spinach-stuffed chicken. 

And when it comes to mash, your side is only as good as the potatoes you use. 

If you’re using subpar potatoes, your mash is going to be lackluster at best. 

Vikalinka has some great tips on choosing the right ones to elevate your mash to a whole new level.

Psst… reheat your potatoes before serving because the mashing process can cool them down.

Chickpea salad

Want something lighter than a mashed potato?

With a chickpea side salad, you’re well on your way to a healthy, delicious meal. 

It’s chock-full of crisp cucumbers, juicy tomatoes, creamy avocado, salty feta cheese, and (of course) chickpeas.

The chickpeas provide substance, while the cucumbers, tomatoes, avocado, and feta add freshness.

This chickpea salad recipe is perfect for summer.

Wild rice pilaf 


If you want to go with a classic pairing for your stuffed chicken, wild rice pilaf is the way to go.

This easy wild rice pilaf is packed with vegetables like carrots and celery, and it’s cooked in vegetable broth so each grain is infused with flavor.

It’s also easy to customize. 

If it’s nearing the holidays, why not chuck a couple of dried cranberries or chopped pecans into the mix?

Lemon parmesan risotto

Want something filling and comforting?

Serve this lemon parmesan risotto with your spinach-stuffed chicken.

The risotto is infused with lemon zest, shallots, garlic, and parmesan cheese, giving it a rich and creamy flavor. 

And the peas add a touch of sweetness to the dish, making it truly irresistible.

Other risotto options I like are this creamy tomato risotto or an earthy mushroom risotto.

Balsamic soy roasted garlic mushroom

Looking for a quick side dish? 

This recipe for balsamic soy roasted garlic mushrooms is super easy and delicious.

The mushrooms absorb all the flavors of their balsamic vinegar and soy sauce marinade, giving them a deep savory flavor that will complement the milder chicken dish wonderfully.

Serve them alongside the spinach-stuffed chicken and some nutty rice pilaf for a complete meal.

Baked garlic parmesan potato wedges


If you’re looking for a crowd-pleasing side dish, you’ve found it. 

Stuffed chicken is great, but it’s even better next to a heaped pile of tasty potato wedges. 

You’re going to love the garlic, Italian herbs, and parmesan flavors of these potato wedges

Or if that doesn’t float your boat, how about some smokey paprika-flavored wedges

Cauliflower broccoli salad

Steamed veggies like broccoli are pretty traditional (i.e boring) sides for chicken.

But what if I told you there was another way to serve broccoli… in a salad!

This bright and colorful salad is stuffed with all your favorite veggies like broccoli, cauliflower, corn, and peppers.

It even sneaks some avocado in there (in the dressing).   

This easy-to-make dish is a great way of getting your five a day.

Buttered braised cabbage 

Cabbage is one of the most underrated vegetables out there.

It’s cheap, healthy, and delicious (especially when it’s cooked in butter). 

Not convinced?

It’s also great for making ahead of time. You can cook it a few days before and then quickly reheat it when you need it.

And if you want to make it meatier, chuck some bacon into the mix. 

Try this buttered braised cabbage recipe; it’s drool-worthy.

The best side dishes to serve with spinach stuffed chicken

  • Roasted garlic & kale caesar salad
  • Pasta Pomodoro
  • Garlic bread
  • Air fryer zucchini fries
  • Red cabbage slaw
  • Herb and garlic mashed potatoes
  • Chickpea salad
  • Wild rice pilaf
  • Lemon parmesan risotto
  • Balsamic soy roasted garlic mushroom
  • Baked garlic parmesan potato wedges
  • Cauliflower broccoli salad
  • Buttered braised cabbage

What To Serve With Spinach Stuffed Chicken

In this short recipe, I show you exactly what to serve with your spinach stuffed chicken.
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Course: Side Dish
Cuisine: Italian
Keyword: spinach stuffed chicken side dishes, what to serve with spinach stuffed chicken
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes
Servings: 1 person
Calories: 110kcal


  • 1 portion spinach stuffed chicken


  • Prepare your spinach stuffed chicken according to your favorite recipe.
  • In the meantime, choose one of the following sides to serve alongside it.
  • Side dishes include: roasted garlic & kale caesar salad, pasta pomodoro, garlic bread, air fryer zucchini fries, red cabbage slaw, herb and garlic mashed potatoes, chickpea salad, wild rice pilaf, lemon parmesan risotto, balsamic soy roasted garlic mushroom, baked garlic parmesan potato wedges, cauliflower broccoli salad, and buttered braised cabbage.
  • Serve immediately and enjoy!


Serving: 100g | Calories: 110kcal

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