If you’re wondering what to serve with your steak bites, you’ve come to the right place.
In this article, I list 39 of the most popular side dishes for steak bites.
In a rush? Here’s the short answer.
The best side dishes to serve with steak bites are truffle cacio e pepe, baked mushroom rice, scalloped potatoes, butter lettuce salad, creamy green beans, sauteed mushrooms, tabbouleh salad, and crab imperial. For an appetizer, try pairing them with lobster-stuffed mushrooms.
Ready? Let’s jump right in.
White truffle cacio e pepe
This recipe takes your simple, but already delicious. cacio e pepe up a notch with a drizzle of white truffle oil.
The concentrated oil has a subtle earthy note – the perfect pairing for your pasta’s creamy sauce.
Top the pasta with a handful of steak bites for a date-night-worthy meal.
Why we love this recipe: it’s luxurious but won’t break the bank.
Green beans in creamy parmesan sauce
This recipe transforms your plain old green beans into a highly addicting side.
The green beans are coated with bacon drippings (YUM) before being steamed in chicken broth until they’re just crisp-tender.
And there’s more…
The beans are then mixed into a creamy parmesan sauce, which is ideal for dipping some steak bites in.
Why we love this recipe: it’s reminiscent of spaghetti alfredo, sans the carb-loaded pasta.
Baked mushroom rice
Pasta is never served plain, so I don’t get why we always serve rice plain!
Ditch the boring white rice and go for this baked mushroom rice instead.
As the mushrooms bake, they release their juices into the rice and each grain becomes infused with a delicious umami flavor.
Why we love this recipe: it requires zero hands-on cooking.
Italian salsa verde
Give your steak bites a boost by serving them with this classic Italian sauce.
This version of salsa verde boasts a vibrant, herby flavor with a salty, tangy note from capers and some heat from chili.
The key to getting the perfect salsa verde is to use the freshest ingredients you can find – it makes a huge difference.
Why we love this recipe: you can drizzle it over pretty much anything.
Serve your steak bites with crab imperial for a unapologetically indulgent surf-and-turf meal.
This dish involves mildly sweet crab meat smothered with a sweet and tangy Old Bay-flavored mayo mixture – a match made in heaven.
Pro-tip: the recipe calls for jumbo lump crab meat, but if you want the sweetest crab, use blue crabs.
Why we love this recipe: it’s a low-carb, keto-friendly, restaurant-quality dish.
Lobster stuffed mushrooms
Planning to serve your steak bites as an appetizer or warm-up meal?
Add to your appetizer spread with these lobster-stuffed mushrooms.
Each mushroom cap is filled with a tangy, slightly sweet, spicy cream cheese and lobster mixture, then topped with gouda for a smoky bite.
These decadent treats will have people queueing up for seconds.
Why we love this recipe: they look as good as they taste.
Cheesy scalloped potatoes with caramelized onions
Steak and cheesy potatoes are a classic pairing – and they go just as well with steak bites!
The potatoes will take two hours to make, but trust me – it’s worth the wait.
And don’t skip the caramelized onions, they bring a sweetness to the dish that works so well with meaty steak bites.
Psst… you might need a nap after eating this.
Why we love this recipe: it’s perfect for a special occasion.
Garlic parmesan zoodles
For a low-carb meal, serve your steak bites with these garlic parmesan noodles.
The zoodles will take on a soft, tender texture similar to perfectly al dente pasta (as long as you don’t overcook them).
And with a simple sauce of garlic and parmesan, all the focus will stay on your steak bites.
Why we love this recipe: it’s super healthy.
Butter lettuce salad
This salad features soft and sweet butter lettuce, creamy avocado, and crisp radishes tossed with a lemon dijon dressing.
Throw in a couple of steak bites for some protein and you have a perfect light dinner for those hot summer evenings.
Why we love this recipe: it’s a vibrant and fresh addition to your dinner spread.
No-knead artisan bread
After cooking your steak bites, the pan will be filled with flavorful pan juices.
Don’t let these go to waste – drizzle the juices over your steak bites and then use some crusty bread to clean the plate once you’re done.
And the best part? You only need four ingredients to make this bread.
Why we love this recipe: it looks and tastes like it came from an artisan bakery.
Baby bok choy with warm garlic dressing
In a rush? This dish is a warm, healthy side you can whip up in a flash.
Boy choy will work best with Asian-style steak bites, but if you want to stick to more traditional flavors, swap the bok choy for another green veggie like broccoli or spinach.
Why we love this recipe: you can get this on your dining table in less than 15 minutes.
Take inspiration from Middle Eastern cuisine and whip up this hearty tabbouleh salad to pair with your steak bites.
Instead of leafy greens, this dish is packed to the brim with bulgur, cereal, parsley, mint, tomatoes, and onions.
It’s a medley of flavors, all tied together with olive oil and lime juice for a refreshing bite.
Why we love this recipe: it’s perfect for a summer garden party.
Want something fun to go alongside your steak bites?
Serve them with these grilled veggie kabobs. You can set up a ‘make your own’ station where your guests can pick what they want on their skewers.
I’d go for zucchini, red onion, mushroom, and halloumi.
Why we love this recipe: you can even put the steak bites on the kabob.
What sauce goes well with steak bites?
I think the best sauce for steak bites is a simple garlic butter. But I also recommend a salsa verde for a chimichurri sauce for a more zesty combination. For an Asian twist, go for teriyaki sauce. Or for something traditional, go for a red wine reduction or a peppercorn sauce.
The best sauces to serve with steak bites
- Blue cheese sauce
- Horseradish sauce
- Italian-style salsa verde
- Peppercorn sauce
- Teriyaki sauce
What To Serve With Steak Bites
- 1 portion steak bites
- Prepare your steak bites according to your favorite recipe.
- In the meantime, choose one of the following sides to serve alongside it.
- Side dishes include: white truffle cacio e pepe, green beans in creamy parmesan sauce, baked mushroom rice, Italian salsa verde, crab imperial, lobster stuffed mushrooms, cheesy scalloped potatoes with caramelized onions, garlic parmesan zoodles, butter lettuce salad, no-knead artisan bread, baby bok choy with warm garlic dressing, tabbouleh salad, or vegetable kabobs.
- Serve immediately and enjoy!