Last Updated on October 24, 2023 by Shari Mason
Mushrooms are high in nutrients like vitamin D and minerals like potassium. Edible mushrooms make a delicious meal like stuffed mushrooms – with different ingredients such as sun-dried tomatoes, bell peppers, bacon strips, sausage links, and more.
But eating stuffed mushrooms alone is kind of boring. So here’s what to serve with stuffed mushrooms to satisfy everyone’s palate. Let’s find out below.
Top 20 Dishes to Serve With Stuffed Mushrooms
1. French Onion Soup
With meaty dishes, soup is always a favorite recipe. On top of the mushrooms, serve a French onion soup. This is a superb recipe that’s simple to make and delicious – and everyone in the family will enjoy stuffed mushrooms plus onion soup.
I usually top French onion soup with grated parmesan cheese. Serving stuffed mushrooms with this soup suits lunch, dinner, or as an appetizer.
Recipe Note: Make your dish more savory with French onion pork chops.
2. Mixed Vegetable Salad
Mixed vegetable salad is a great side dish to a meat dish like stuffed mushrooms.
Garden salads add freshness, crunch, and lightness to your palate, and it’s a great option as there are a lot of vegetables to choose from. I usually use roasted vegetables for added flavor.
All vegetables contain nutrients, and adding greens can boost the nutrition serving even more. You can also mix and match mixed roasted veggies according to your liking.
Note: We also recommend serving mushrooms with spinach salad, roasted spaghetti squash, celeriac puree, and a roasted vegetable polenta bowl.
3. Garlic Bread
Want some crunch and a spicy aroma? Serve garlic bread alongside stuffed mushrooms. It’s the perfect dish with a crispy texture contrasting with the meaty texture of the mushrooms.
You get a sense of freshness when you bite the crunchy yet savory garlic bread. You get your hunger satisfied without the mushrooms overpowering your meal.
Your guests will also enjoy the combination of garlic bread and stuffed mushrooms. One time, I tried adding some garlic powder for better flavor, and it didn’t disappoint.
Chef Tip: Speaking of bread, stuffed mushrooms also taste savory with cheesy biscuits.
4. Mashed Potato
Creamy mashed potatoes go well with stuffed mushrooms, as the dish goes well with almost any food and is simple to prepare. You satisfy your hunger while also enjoying the combination of mushrooms and potatoes.
I usually make creamy mashed potatoes (or cheddar mashed potatoes) in various ways, but I usually go with the classic recipe. You can try heating it with a few hot spices. Mashed potatoes as the side dish would be ideal, whichever variety you prefer.
5. Lemon Garlic Pasta
Make this lemon garlic pasta with stuffed portobello mushrooms  for a delicious dinner. This pasta recipe will hit you with a tasty punch. You’ll find the lemon butter sauce, shrimp, and seared scallops irresistible.
It’s an evergreen class recipe that looks like you’ve spent hours perfecting it in the kitchen. But actually, this only needs around 15 minutes to prepare.
6. Pesto Chicken Pasta Salad
Planning to throw a party? You won’t go wrong with this pesto pasta salad and stuffed portobellos on your menu. Regardless of age, they’ll be a huge hit with all your guests.
This pasta salad has herby and slightly nutty flavors that are complemented by the addition of burrata cheese or grated parmesan.
Warning: These pesto pasta salads are hard to resist! When possible, make double batches. Alternatively, you can serve a creamy Tuscan chicken.
7. Lobster Risotto
This straightforward yet elegant lobster risotto is a complete meal improvement if you want a fancy meal.
Risotto is already delectable, but adding butter-poached lobster elevates it to new heights. Who can resist something buttery, velvety, and tinged with citrus?
Serve the stuffed portobello mushrooms with this delicious lobster risotto for a memorable dinner.
8. Cocktail Meatballs
It’s impossible to throw a party without the appetizers. Cocktail meatballs are perfect with stuffed mushrooms, as they are two of the simplest and most delicious appetizers.
9. Roasted Potatoes
Roast potatoes are another filling meal or simple dish to prepare. You can use any potato, but they take a long time to cook all the way through if baked.
This is a problem if you want to make the dish as quickly as possible, so I usually use baby potatoes or potato salad.
There are numerous recipes for roast potatoes, just as there are for garlic bread and French onion pork chops and soup. You can serve them with gravy, cheddar cheese, or whatever you think will taste great with your main dish.
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10. Ribeye Steak
Cooking steak for a dinner date? A classic pairing like ribeye steak (or balsamic glazed steak) and stuffed portobello mushrooms can’t go wrong.
If you haven’t cooked steak yet, you’re lucky because ribeye is one of the most forgiving cuts available.
Don’t forget to make a fantastic red wine sauce to serve with stuffed mushrooms and your ribeye steak, especially if it’s a balsamic glazed steak.
You get to enjoy the balsamic glaze  steak’s smoky flavor plus the meaty-like taste of the mushroom.
Cornbread is a fluffy and sweet bread that goes well with a plate of stuffed mushrooms. You can order it from the bakeshop, but I bake it at home and prepare it within 30 minutes.
Cornbread is light and crumbly, with a grainy and distinct texture. I serve it with honey and butter on the side as a treat.
12. Baked Potato Soup
Stuffed mushrooms taste divine with soups, and with the long list of options, we recommend a bowl of baked potato soup.
When I serve stuffed mushrooms with baked potato soup, I add bacon, cheddar cheese, and heavy cream to make it more creamy and flavorful. Serve it hot to enjoy more!
13. Taco Soup
Taco soup is a comfort food for many, and its rich flavor and bursting spices compliments stuffed mushrooms.
If you want to spice up your meal, Taco Soup gives a spicy kick and can complete the meal. It is made of beef and beans and gives you a fulfilling meal when you pair it with stuffed mushrooms.
14. Jasmine Rice
I never thought that Jasmin Rice and stuffed mushrooms go well together until I visited my friend in Atlanta, and they let me try this combo.
Jasmine rice is quick to ace; you only need two ingredients- rice and water. It will only take twenty minutes to cook rice and viola; you have a great side dish for stuffed mushrooms.
15. Green Beans
When I want to go heavy on nutritious meals, I serve stuffed mushrooms with green beans on the side. Green beans balance the richness and creaminess of stuffed mushrooms and are healthy.
I like to cook my green beans in an instant pot for five minutes, then add some salt and pepper to taste.
16. Chicken Parmesan
Chicken Parm and stuffed mushrooms are an irresistible combo that is filling and flavorful. Instead of using bread crumbs, I prefer parmesan cheese to coat the chicken breast.
Chicken parmesan and stuffed mushrooms ensure give you a guiltless and filling meal. If you have a low-carb diet, you can have chicken parmesan to complete the meal.
“A meal without mushrooms is like a day without rain.”-John Cage, American Composer
17. Mozzarella Sticks
Mozzarella sticks are excellent finger food that you can enjoy as a snack or side dish for stuffed mushrooms.
I’ve been fond of buying store-bought mozzarella sticks for convenience, but you can make one at home. In my case, I use an air fryer for my mozzarella sticks when I pair them with stuffed mushrooms to keep saturated fat low, but you can fry it if you want.
18. Cheesy Biscuits
Cheesy biscuits are tender and crispy and match well with stuffed mushrooms. Bake it with the mushrooms and be ready to be reminded of your childhood.
Cheesy biscuits go well with any sauce and dish, even stuffed mushrooms. Try it, and I can’t wait for you to agree with me.
19. Onion Rings
Surprise your guest with onion rings on the side of your stuffed mushrooms. Onion rings are slightly sweet and savory, so pairing them with stuffed mushrooms gets more interesting.
In addition, onion rings are simple to make, so it’s my go-to side dish whenever I am in a rush.
20. Baked Ziti
Baked Ziti is an Italian-American dish that goes well with stuffed mushrooms. It is usually served on different occasions and can be your go-to dish if you love cheese.
Last Thanksgiving, my Mom made some baked ziti, and we paired it with stuffed mushrooms, which surprisingly tasted good.
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Why Serve Dishes with Stuffed Mushrooms?
Stuffed mushrooms can be made in various ways and served alone or with side dishes such as salads or bread. But adding side dishes always makes a meal more interesting.
It allows you to experiment with different flavors and textures. Stuffed mushrooms have a meaty flavor so that they can be served with either vegetarian or non-vegetarian side dishes.
You can create a full meal out of everything, and it will be enjoyable and filling.
What nutrients are in stuffed mushrooms?
Stuffed mushrooms have 5g total carbs, 5g net carbs, 1.5g fat, 4g protein, and 45 calories per serving.
What is the best side dish for stuffed mushrooms?
The side dishes best served alongside stuffed mushrooms are ribeye steak, cheesy polenta, celeriac puree, caramelized onions, garlic pasta, and spinach salad.
If you’re throwing a party, try cocktail meatballs and pesto pasta salad. A deep-fried Korean dumpling and japchae can also be made with Asian-style portobello mushrooms.
How long do stuffed mushrooms last after cooking?
Cooked stuffed mushrooms can last for 3-5 days when properly stored. We usually store it in an air-tight container and refrigerate it, then reheat it the next day.
What meat pairs well with stuffed mushrooms?
Stuffed mushrooms pair well with turkey, chicken, and beef. These protein-packed foods taste similar to classic stuffed mushrooms, making them a perfect pairing.
There you have it – our highly recommended dishes best served with your stuffed portobellos or stuffed shiitake mushrooms.
Your choice is endless — experiment with more side dishes with complementary flavors to the main dish you’re serving. Don’t hesitate to explore new recipe combinations. Enjoy!
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