7 Ideas To Serve Up Your Boneless Pork Loin Roast

boneless pork loin roast side dish

I love boneless pork loin roast, but it can be difficult to come up with a side dish that complements its rich flavor.

Pork is naturally sweet and flavorful, but it also has a delicate texture that doesn’t stand up well to heavy sauces or rich ingredients like cream or cheese.

Boneless pork loin roast also tends to be dry if you don’t cook it properly.

So how do you keep your guests from getting bored while still serving them something delicious?

Let’s take a look at some ideas for pairing this tasty cut of meat with some other dishes that will satisfy even the pickiest eater.

Roasted Brussels Sprouts

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Brussels Sprouts are a popular side dish to serve with boneless pork loin roast.

This recipe is simple, tasty, and healthy.

It’s also incredibly easy to make!

All you have to do is cut up the brussels sprouts (or you just leave them intact) and roast them in a little olive oil and garlic.

Then, just toss them with some balsamic vinegar for an extra burst of flavor!

This recipe is sure to please the whole family.

Cherry Chipotle Salad

You have a lot of options when it comes to serving your boneless pork loin roast.

You can go for something simple like roasted potatoes or mashed potatoes, but if you’re looking for something more adventurous, consider making a cherry chipotle salad.

It’s a great complement to the meat and it only takes 10 minutes to prepare!

This salad is great for summertime because it’s full of fresh, juicy cherries, which are at their peak during this time.

It also has a bold flavor from the chipotle peppers that will spice up any meal!

Feel free to substitute dried cranberries instead if you cannot find some fresh cherries in your area.

Butternut Squash Gratin

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Butternut squash is a good source of fiber, vitamin A, and potassium.

Butternut squash is also a very rich in beta carotene, vitamin C, and vitamin B6.

If you’re looking for an easy way to incorporate butternut squash into your meal plan—without spending hours in the kitchen—this recipe makes it simple!

This recipe calls for butternut squash cubes that are baked with a mixture of cream, milk, and cheese.

The result is a creamy and flavorful side dish that’s sure to be a hit at your next dinner party!

Cheese Grits Casserole

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Grits are a Southern staple and they’re made from corn.

You can serve grits with many different types of meat and cheese, as long as it’s not too heavy (like bacon or sausage).

Your best bet is to pair it with vegetables like broccoli or spinach.

You can also make a cheese grits casserole by adding cheese cubes to the top before cooking in the oven, which adds extra flavor without making the dish too heavy.

Tex-Mex Quinoa Salad

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Quinoa is a gluten-free grain and a complete protein, making it one of the most nutritious foods.

It’s also rich in fiber and manganese, phosphorus, magnesium, copper, and iron.

You can make a delicious Tex-Mex quinoa salad by combining quinoa with black beans, corn, tomatoes, red onion, bell peppers, and cilantro.

Then add some spices like chili powder and cumin to give it that authentic Mexican flavor.

Serve this dish warm or cold as an appetizer or side dish.

Mac and cheese

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The macaroni and cheese is a great side dish to serve with the boneless pork loin roast.

Make sure you use a good quality macaroni, such as Barilla or Ronzoni, and don’t skimp on the cheese either.

Add some bacon, jalapenos, chives, green onions, or all of these if that’s your thing.

The best part is you can make it as spicy or as mild as you want to depend on which ingredients you pick.

This is a classic dish that most people love.

It’s good with any type of meat, but this recipe is especially suited for boneless pork loin roast because it’s lean and doesn’t have a lot of fat.

Crockpot Green Beans and Potatoes

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Crockpot green beans are one of the easiest and tastiest recipes to make.

You can cook them in your slow cooker or if you prefer to use a pan on the stovetop, that works too!

All you need is some garlic powder and parsley or cilantro (or both).

These spices and herbs work well with potatoes, so they go great here too!

You can cook the green beans and potatoes together, or you can cook them separately.

If you’re using a slow cooker, just put them in at the same time and they’ll be done at the same time.

If you’re cooking on the stovetop, boil your potatoes first then add the green beans with some water.

You can serve them as a side dish or enjoy them on their own.


That’s it!

Now you know some of the best suggestions for boneless pork loin roast side dishes.

I hope this article has helped you figure out what to serve with your delicious, juicy pork loin roast.

As always, if you have any more questions or suggestions, feel free to leave a comment below and let us know what they are.

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