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What To Serve With Turkey Sliders – 15 Delicious Side Dishes

If you’re wondering what to serve with your turkey sliders, you’ve come to the right place.

In this article, I list 15 of the most popular side dishes for turkey sliders.

In a rush? Here’s the short answer.

The best side dishes to serve with turkey sliders are potato salad, fried mushrooms, sweet potato wedges, or BBQ baked beans. For lighter options, try grilled fruit kabobs or a broccoli salad. For unconventional but tasty options, you can also try pasta chips, corn ribs, cranberry relish, or fried shrimp balls. 

Ready? Let’s jump right in.

Creamy potato salad

Planning to serve your turkey sliders at a picnic? 

A creamy potato salad will go superbly alongside them.

I like using red waxy potatoes because they have a creamy consistency but a firm texture, so they won’t get mashed up easily.

An important quality if you’re going to be on the move with the salad!

Don’t expect this creamy red potato salad to last long on the table.

Fried mushrooms

These fried mushrooms are an excellent and unique side dish to go with your turkey sliders. 

They’re extra crispy on the outside and tender on the inside. 

Plus, they’re easy to make – this dish involves dipping your mushrooms in buttermilk and then dredging them in seasoned flour. 

No batter to make = less mess.

These buttermilk-fried mushrooms are so irresistibly good that you might finish a whole batch yourself.

Cranberry relish 

Whether it’s November or not, make your turkey sliders feel like a Thanksgiving meal with this cranberry relish. 

It’s easy to make and adds a gorgeous red hue to your sliders. 

This relish’s sweet and tart flavors give a tasty contrast to your mild turkey sliders. 

Serve this cranberry relish on the side or inside your turkey sliders to get that delicious flavor combination in every bite.

Pasta chips

Potato chips are the go-to side dish for sandwiches and sliders. 

But why not switch things up and whip up these trendy pasta chips instead? 

They’re extra crunchy, maybe even crunchier than your typical potato chips. 

You can also flavor them with whatever herbs and seasonings you prefer – if you want a spicy kick, add chili oil to your seasoning.  

And the best part? 

You won’t have to deep-fry anything with these air fryer pasta chips.

Pesto pasta salad

Make your turkey sliders a heartier meal with a generous serving of this pesto pasta salad on the side. 

If you love zesty flavors, this salad is right up your alley. 

The pistachio pesto is packed to the brim with citrusy lemon goodness, which gives your pasta salad a bright and refreshing taste. 

This lemony pistachio pesto pasta salad will have you coming back for more.

Onion rings

Planning what dishes to serve at your party? 

These onion rings should be on the top of the list. 

They are simply delightful treats, with a salty, addictive crispy crust and a touch of sweetness from the onions. 

Your guests can quickly demolish a whole tray of these onion rings, so better make an extra batch.

Homemade BBQ baked Beans

Cooking for a large crowd? 

You can’t go wrong with a meal of turkey sliders and Boston baked beans. 

You can easily make big batches of both dishes, and people can use the sliders to mop up all the tasty bean sauce (so less washing up for you!).

How Sweet Eats’ recipe will give you baked beans with the perfect balance of sweet, smoky, and spicy flavors.

Broccoli salad

This broccoli salad is light and refreshing, and won’t overwhelm your turkey sliders.

This salad features various crisp vegetables (broccoli, cabbage, and carrots) that provide a delectable contrast to your soft turkey sliders. 

And it’s covered in a finger-lickingly good honey-mustard dressing. 

This healthy broccoli salad will look amazing on your table.

Sweet potato wedges

These sweet potato wedges are a must-have for game day parties. 

I’m not going to pretend they’re super crispy (sweet potato never is!), but they have an irresistible sweet and savory flavor combination.  

And because they’re baked, they’re healthier than the usual deep-fried ones you get from the restaurant. 

Pssst… These sweet potato wedges pair superbly with chipotle mayo. 

Spinach gratin

Are you having turkey sliders for dinner?

Complete the meal with a heaped helping of this comforting spinach gratin. 

It may not look like much, but would you believe this dish uses over three pounds of leafy spinach? 

This way, you get the perfect ratio of cheese to spinach. 

You won’t have any leftovers from this spinach gratin (and if you do, they’re great in an omelet).

Nashville hot fried pickles

Looking for a unique snack to add to your game day spread? 

Give these jazzed-up pickles a try. 

If you think tangy pickles covered and fried in a crunchy batter sounds good, wait until you try them with the spicy Nashville hot sauce. It’ll take your pickles to the next level.

Enjoy these Nashville hot fried pickles with your equally scrumptious turkey sliders (and a cooling dipping sauce).

Mexican corn ribs

These corn ribs make for an excellent side dish to turkey sliders. 

They’re like your average corn on the cob, except smaller and easier to eat. 

In terms of flavors, you can keep it simple with garlic powder and cayenne.

Or, you can take inspiration from Mexican cuisine and flavor them with classic elotes (Mexican street corn) flavors like cotija cheese, sour cream, jalapenos, and lime. 

These Mexican corn ribs will be a massive hit at your barbecue party.

Sheet pan nachos

Got the hosting duties for your game day party? 

Satisfy your guests with turkey sliders and these sheet-pan nachos. 

Aside from the beef, everything comes together in one pan (hence the name). And then your guests can serve themselves.

These sheet pan nachos are a low-effort but fun dish for groups and parties.

Grilled fruit kabobs

Serving turkey sliders at your barbecue party? 

Make some space on your grill for these grilled fruit kabobs – they’re an excellent accompaniment to turkey sliders. 

The sweet, but acidic fruit works really well with the meat (especially the pineapple). 

And if you want a spicy twist…

Follow Miss Allie’s Kitchen’s lead and brush your fruit kabobs with a honey and cayenne pepper glaze for added zing. 

If you want a more savory flavor, try these pineapple eggplant skewers.

Fried shrimp balls

Add a delicious Asian flair to your turkey sliders with a serving of these fried shrimp balls.

They’re a popular Chinese appetizer that anyone will love, regardless of age.

It’ll actually be hard to find someone who doesn’t like these crunchy, fried treats!

These fried shrimp balls are best enjoyed fresh off the fryer and with a chili dipping sauce.

The best side dishes to serve with turkey sliders

  • Creamy potato salad
  • Fried mushrooms
  • Cranberry relish
  • Pasta chips
  • Pesto pasta salad
  • Onion rings
  • Homemade BBQ baked Beans
  • Broccoli salad
  • Sweet potato wedges
  • Spinach gratin
  • Nashville hot fried pickles
  • Mexican corn ribs
  • Sheet pan nachos
  • Grilled fruit kabobs
  • Fried shrimp balls

What To Serve With Turkey Sliders

In this short recipe, I show you exactly what to serve with your turkey sliders.
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Course: Side Dish
Cuisine: American
Keyword: turkey sliders side dishes, what to serve with turkey sliders
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes
Servings: 1 person
Calories: 233kcal

Ingredients

  • 1 portion turkey sliders

Instructions

  • Prepare your turkey sliders according to your favorite recipe.
  • In the meantime, choose one of the following sides to serve alongside it.
  • Side dishes include: creamy potato salad, fried mushrooms, cranberry relish, pasta chips, pesto pasta salad, onion rings, homemade bbq baked beans, broccoli salad, sweet potato wedges, spinach gratin, Nashville hot fried pickles, Mexican corn ribs, sheet pan nachos, grilled fruit kabobs, and fried shrimp balls.
  • Serve immediately and enjoy!

Nutrition

Serving: 100g | Calories: 233kcal

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