7 Side Dishes To Serve With Asian Chicken Wings

asian chicken wing side dish

Asian chicken wings are a great finger food, and they pair well with many different things.

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Here are some ideas for what to serve with asian chicken wings:

Rice: white, brown or wild rice

Happy Belly Jasmine Rice 2 lb

White rice is the most common choice for serving with Asian chicken wings, but brown and wild rice can be just as good.

If you like, you can also serve Asian chicken wings with a rice noodle dish.

This is a great option if you want to avoid carbs altogether or if there are vegetarians in your group who won’t eat chicken wings.

Brown rice has more nutritional value than white, making it a better choice if you’re watching what you eat.

It also has an interesting nutty flavor that goes well with poultry dishes like these wings.

Wild rice is even more nutritious, but not as easy to find in stores or online.

If you want something different from the usual white or brown options, give this one a try!


Fresh Brand - Caesar Salad with Chicken, 6.25 oz

Asian style salad dressing is not just for salads.

It’s also great as a sauce for chicken wings!

To make it, combine soy sauce, rice wine vinegar, sugar and sesame oil in a small bowl.

Mix well to dissolve the sugar and then set aside until needed.

The dressing should be used cold but can be made ahead of time if you plan on making the wings a day or two before serving them.

The dressing is also delicious on a green salad or tossed with cooked vegetables.

Add some sesame seeds for extra crunch and flavor!

Roasted Garlic The garlic in this recipe is roasted with olive oil, salt and pepper.

This process mellows the flavor of the garlic so it doesn’t overpower the other ingredients.

Spicy slaw or coleslaw

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For a simple, crunchy side that will keep the heat in check, try slaw or coleslaw.

You can choose to make your own or buy pre-made—it’s up to you!

To cut down on prep time, use a bagged slaw mix.

If you want to make your own, use this recipe as a guide for making a dressing that will complement the flavors of these wings!

Lemon Garlic Wing Sauce This recipe calls for mixing together lemon juice, olive oil and garlic in a bowl.

Add some salt and pepper if desired—you can also add other spices like cayenne pepper or paprika if you’re looking for extra heat!

If you want it spicy, add sriracha or hot sauce to your dressing and give it a good mix.

Or if you want something more traditional, go for a creamy dressing like ranch or blue cheese.

Either way, this adds some freshness and cools down the heat from your wings.

For an extra kick of flavor and texture, add both carrots and red cabbage when making this dish (along with green onions if desired).

Roasted green beans

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Roasted green beans are a great side for Asian chicken wings.

To roast green beans, you’ll need to preheat your oven to 400°F and then slice each bean in half lengthwise.

Toss them with some olive oil and salt, place them on a sheet pan, then bake for about 20 minutes or until they are crispy but not burnt.

Then you can make a sauce by combining brown sugar, ketchup, Worcestershire sauce, vinegar (white or apple cider), garlic powder and paprika in a pot over low heat until it starts bubbling.

Pour this over the roasted green beans before serving!

To make your roasted green beans even better: add bacon!

You can chop up some bacon into small pieces and sauté those up before adding them to the sauce mentioned above or use bacon fat instead of oil when roasting your veggies – either way will work great!

Roasted broccoli

Amazon Brand - Happy Belly Frozen Broccoli Florets, 12 Ounce

Roasted broccoli is one of the best side dishes to serve with Asian chicken wings.

It’s easy to make and you can prepare it ahead of time, so it’s a great option if you’re hosting a big party.

You can roast the broccoli in the oven or microwave, on the stove top in a large pan, or even on a grill (this way is my favorite).

If you want to make roasted broccoli ahead of time—and I strongly urge that you do—make sure that it’s covered tightly with plastic wrap so no moisture gets in.

This will help keep your garlic-packed dressing from getting soggy.

If you’re making the broccoli ahead of time, you can roast it in the oven or microwave.

If you’re roasting it in the oven, just spread out your broccoli florets on a baking sheet covered with foil and drizzle with olive oil.

Roast at 425 degrees F for 20 minutes or until tender.

Stir fry veggies

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Another great choice is stir fry veggies, which are delicious and easy to prepare.

You can use any vegetable you like, but some of my favorites are asparagus, green beans, bell peppers and mushrooms.

You can cook them in a wok or skillet with an oil you enjoy (canola oil works well) and spices that complement your meal.

If you want to try something more daring than plain old stir fry vegetables, add some shrimp or chicken to the mix for extra protein!

Roast vegetables A third option is to roast vegetables in the oven with olive oil, salt and pepper.

You can use any vegetable you like, but my favorites are red bell peppers, broccoli, cauliflower and asparagus.

To make them even tastier, try adding some garlic cloves or onion slices to your baking sheet!

Baked french fries

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French fries are a classic side dish for Asian chicken wings, and they’re easy to make.

You can make them in the oven or on the stovetop, with different types of potatoes and oils for different flavors.

You can even season them yourself!

The best thing about these is that they’re easy to make and you can get creative with them.

It’s always fun to try new ways of serving french fries so that your family doesn’t get bored with the same old recipe!


We hope that these Asian chicken wing side dishes will be the start of a delicious new tradition in your home.

These are so easy to make and they will help make your next gathering a real crowd pleaser!

As always, we hope you enjoyed reading this article and will try some of these recipes for yourself.

Thanks for stopping by!