What to serve with Eggplant Parmesan?

What to serve with Eggplant Parmesan

In this blog post, we’re going to take a look at some easy and delicious side dishes to serve with your eggplant parmesan. This dish is as tasty as it is versatile, so there’s really no wrong answer when it comes to choosing a side dish. However, most people tend to prefer classic pasta or garlic bread. In this blog post, we’ll explore some popular choices, as well as a few unique options.


What types of foods go well with eggplant parmesan?

If you’re serving eggplant parmesan at your dinner party, it’s a good idea to plan a menu and consider the foods that go well with it. Here are two suggestions:

Pasta with tomato sauce

Pasta with tomato sauce is a low-fat and low-calorie dish. This makes it the perfect complement to eggplant parm, which is loaded with calories and fat. If you feel like your pasta is getting too dry, you can stir in a handful of Parmesan cheese.

Baked potatoes

Baked potatoes are the perfect side dish to complement eggplant parm. They are easy to pop in the oven, and they go well with most types of cuisine. Top them with some butter or sour cream, and you’ve got a tasty side dish.


What side dishes can you serve with eggplant parmesan?

What side dishes can you serve with eggplant parmesan?

Eggplant parmesan is a great dish to serve to guests. It’s versatile, delicious, and easy to make. However, it can be difficult to determine what side dishes to serve with it. Fortunately, there are some side dishes that complement eggplant parmesan perfectly.

Pasta

Pasta is simple, easy to prepare, and goes well with most dishes. Any kind will work – spaghetti, penne, linguine, etc. Just be sure to add sauce to your pasta.

Green beans

Green beans are another great side dish to serve with eggplant parmesan. They are healthy, high in fiber, and tasty.

Rice

Rice is another good side dish to serve with eggplant parmesan. You can choose white rice or brown rice. Make sure to prepare rice according to the package directions.

Pumpkin

Pumpkin is another good side dish to serve with eggplant parmesan. You can choose a canned pumpkin or cook fresh pumpkin.


What type of wine should you serve with eggplant parmesan?

What type of wine should you serve with eggplant parmesan?

Eggplant Parmesan is a great vegetarian dish and paired with the right wine, it can be a lovely and elegant dish. There are a variety of wines that pairs nicely with eggplant Parmesan. Here are some of the best ways to pair this delicious dish:

Red wine

The tomato sauce that this dish uses pairs wonderfully with red wine. You can find both fruity and tannic red wines, and either will give you a great pairing. Try Pinot Noir, Chianti, or Sangiovese to find a glass of great wine.

White wine

This dish works with white wines as well. A Chardonnay or Pinot Grigio will pair nicely.

Rose wine

Rosé wine pairs well with eggplant Parmesan. It’s light and fruity, and the sweetness of the wine compliments cheesy and saucy dishes.

Sparkling wine

Sparkling wine is a great option. It’s light, sweet, and crisp, and it goes really well with eggplant Parmesan. A Prosecco, Cava, or Champagne will pair wonderfully.

Dessert wine:

Sometimes you just want to have a sweet wine with a dish. Dessert wine pairs with eggplant parmesan perfectly. Try a Vin Santo, Madeira, or Moscato.


Tips for serving eggplant parmesan.

Eggplant parmesan is a popular Italian dish that can be served in a number of ways. Here are some serving tips:

Serve it hot

Eggplant parmesan is best served hot or warm. When serving it warm, serve it with a side of pasta and green beans.

Serve it cold

You can also serve eggplant parmesan cold. Serve the eggplant parmesan on a bed of lettuce with some tomatoes and cucumbers.

Serve it at room temperature

Eggplant parmesan also tastes delicious at room temperature. Serve it on a bed of lettuce with tomatoes and cucumbers.


Wrapping Up

So, let’s talk about the various side options and the pros and cons of each. Let’s start with a classic: pasta. Pasta is a simple and easy-to-make side dish for eggplant parmesan. It’s also fairly inexpensive and keeps pretty well.

Still, pasta doesn’t provide much nutritional value, which could complicate any weight-loss diet. Not many people can resist garlic bread, either. If you’re in the zone for carbs, garlic bread makes a great side. Plus, if you make your own, it’s surprisingly easy to make.

Matsue

Matsue

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I am a Japanese woman who has been living in NYC for 10 years. My husband is American and we have two children. I’m an ardent Japanese food lover, and I love to cook Japanese food and share the cooking experience with others.

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