7 Delicious and Easy Recipes

Wondering what to cook for boiled or fried sausages? We give you 7 delicious and easy side dishes to serve for breakfast, lunch or dinner.


For meat products, including sausages, potatoes are traditionally prepared, which:

  • crushed into a soft puree – can be served with pickles or a few tablespoons of green peas;
  • fried until golden brown;
  • boiled, sprinkled with dill and poured with melted butter;
  • bake;
  • make potato patties or cutlets.

Having done with different options, you will understand what you like best.


Boiled sausages go well with white cabbage. It can be:

  • stew (sour or fresh);
  • stew a mixture of fresh and sauerkraut;
  • fry;
  • serve sauerkraut;
  • make a salad.

If you eat broccoli or cauliflower, you can also serve them boiled as a side dish.


Prepare pasta (be it spaghetti, shells, horns, feathers or noodles), simply season with oil and serve with sausages. Or make another tomato or cream sauce for pasta.


As a side dish, any porridge of your choice is suitable:

  • rice;
  • buckwheat;
  • oatmeal;
  • millet or wheat.


Mashed lentils or peas and boiled (fried) sausages complement each other

You can try boiled green peas or beans.


Sausages are good with many vegetables. Vegetable mixes (ready-made or selected independently) are also suitable.

Vegetable salad

Make a fresh vegetable salad. For example, simply chop cucumbers, onions and tomatoes, season with olive oil and serve with sausages.

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Prepare a vinaigrette, it is also suitable as a side dish.

Vegetable Sauté

Prepare a vegetable platter using the vegetables you have at home:

  1. Zucchini, carrots, cauliflower, potatoes are suitable.
  2. Cut into pieces.
  3. Boil them quickly in water or steam.
  4. Drain the broth.
  5. Transfer the mix to a bowl.
  6. Make dressing while vegetables are hot. Dressing: lemon juice, olive oil, garlic, salt, black pepper, cumin.
  7. Stir vegetables and dressing.
  8. Sauté is ready.

Healthy, fragrant and tasty.



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