22 Best Side Dishes For Prime Rib

Tender. juicy, flavorful. There is nothing like having a delicious prime rib as the main course for your holiday dinner or special occasion. And who doesn’t love a great side dish to accompany it? Here are some of my favorite side dishes recommended for serving alongside your tasty prime rib.

What To Serve With Prime Rib

creamy mashed potatoes

1. Creamy Mashed Potatoes

Let’s face it, mashed potatoes are delicious. They’re creamy, savory, and oh so satisfying. I love having mashed potatoes with any meal, but I tend to make them most often during the holidays or for family barbecues. It’s the easiest, quickest side dish you can make that adds great flavor to any meal.

Get this recipe on Recipe Tin Eats.

2. Sauteed Broccoli

A simple and healthy side dish to go along with your prime rib. All you need is broccoli and a few simple ingredients to get this dish to the table quickly.

Get this recipe on Go Money Mom.

3. Simple Roasted Brussel Sprouts

In the mood for a mouth-watering side dish that is sure to complement any holiday meal? These roasted brussels sprouts with lemon parmesan dressing are a little different from your traditional green bean casserole. And they taste amazing!

Get this recipe on Love and Lemons.

4. Vegetable Casserole

This easy broccoli and cauliflower casserole is a delicious side dish you can pair with a big piece of prime rib. It is loaded with broccoli, cauliflower, cheese, and other ingredients. Make it for dinner tonight!

Get this recipe on Julies Eats and Treats.

5. Garlic Parmesan Roasted Carrots

Garlic Parmesan Carrots… need I say more? This carrot recipe is roasted to perfection and then topped with parmesan and a touch of garlic. A simple side dish to make for dinner.

Get this recipe on Cafe Delites.

Garlic Parmesan Roasted Carrots

6. Roasted Vegetables

If you are looking for a tasty vegetable side dish to enjoy with your prime rib then you need to try this recipe. The vegetables turn out tender, juicy, and full of flavors.

Get this recipe on Damn Delicious.

7. Roasted Cauliflower

Crispy roasted cauliflower is a side dish that compliments any meal. Try this simple side dish for roasted cauliflower. The cauliflower turns out golden brown with a caramelized texture.

Get this recipe on Cookie and Kate.

8. Stove Top Candied Sweet Potatoes

Delicious sweet potato recipe you can make on the stovetop. Sweet potatoes combined with brown sugar, ginger, and spices which creates the most amazing flavors.

Get this recipe on The Hungry Hutch.

9. Sauteed Mushrooms

Sautéed mushrooms are one of my favorite side dishes because they are simple to make, easy to throw together, and are great with meat, especially prime rib.

Get this recipe on Go Money Mom.

10. Loaded Baked Potatoes

If you are looking for an extra tasty side dish, or just a little alternative to the usual baked potato, you have to try these loaded baked potatoes. These are so good! They are also very simple to make.

Get this recipe on Spend With Pennies.

stuffed potatoes with chicken and bacon

11. Soft Dinner Rolls

Soft dinner rolls are absolutely wonderful served alongside a juicy cut of prime rib. Soft, light, tender, and buttery they are the perfect accompaniment to any meal. This recipe takes you through the steps needed to make the best dinner rolls.

Get this recipe on Sally’s Baking Addiction.

12. Sauteed Green Beans

Green beans are the perfect side dish for the holidays. They’re light, fresh and they work well with heavy holiday meals. This green bean recipe is made all in one pot with a few simple ingredients.

Get this recipe on Savory Nothings.

13. Cinnamon Roasted Butternut Squash

You can’t go wrong with Butternut Squash. It is an excellent side dish, especially when roasted with Cinnamon. Perfect to enjoy with prime rib.

Get this recipe on Well Plated.

14. Baked Sweet Potatoes

This recipe shows you how to bake sweet potatoes to perfection. Fluffy and soft on the inside with a nice crispy skin on the outside.

Get this recipe on Belly Full.

15. Green Salad with Apples and Cranberries

There are many ways to serve up green salad, but my favorite is with apples and cranberries. With such a delicious combination of flavors and textures, you can’t go wrong with this tasty dish.

Get this recipe on Cookie and Kate.

cheesy asparagus

16. Parmesan Asparagus

Delicious parmesan asparagus recipe with a few simple ingredients needed and 8 minutes of your time to get this dish to the table.

Get this recipe on Belle of The Kitchen.

17. Creamed Spinach

Cheesy creamed spinach recipe is a simple, easy dish that goes perfectly with your prime rib. Lightly seasoned, spinach blended with cheese

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18. Green Bean Casserole

Rich, creamy, and loaded with crunchy onions. This green bean casserole recipe is a holiday classic.

Get this recipe on Spend With Pennies.

19. Glazed Carrots

This recipe for glazed carrots is the perfect complement to go with prime rib. They add a sweet flavor to the meal and it only requires a few simple ingredients.

Get this recipe on Dinner At The Zoo.

20. Rice With Cranberries

Easy recipe for a delicious rice pilaf with lots of flavor. Perfect side dish for dinner.

Get this recipe on Little Spice Jar.

21. Yorkshire Pudding

A Yorkshire pudding is a savory baked pudding. They are so delicious and when paired with a juicy prime rib, they are heavenly.

Get this recipe on Food Network.

22. Horseradish Cream Sauce

The last recipe shows you how to make the best horseradish cream sauce that you can spread on your prime rib.

Get this recipe on All Recipes.

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22 Best Side Dishes For Prime Rib

Delicious sides dishes for prime rib.
Prep Time10 minutes
Cook Time20 minutes
Course: Side Dish
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Side Dishes For Prime Rib, What To Seve With Prime Rib
Servings: 6
Calories: 200kcal


  • Potatoes
  • Butter
  • Milk


  • Gather all your ingredients.
  • Pick a side dish to enjoy with your prime rib.
  • Follow the recipe instructions.
  • Make the recipe and enjoy.


Nutrition, cooking time, and serving size may vary depending upon which recipe you choose.