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What to Serve with Sirloin Steak

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Wondering what to serve with sirloin steak? No steak dinner is complete without a great side dish or two, and we have you covered with a list of great side dish options. From baked sweet potatoes and fried okra to broccoli cheese casserole and homemade yeast rolls, there are plenty of sides to round out your favorite sirloin steak recipe.

My pan-seared sirloin steak is one of my very favorite dinner recipes. It tastes like you got it at your favorite steakhouse. 

The trick is knowing what to serve it with! Well, next time you’re enjoying a sirloin steak dinner, you know where to go. 

All of the best options for an easy steak dinner side dish are on this list!

Close up of sliced Sirloin Steak on a plate.

Is Sirloin a Good Cut of Steak?

Yes! Sirloin steak is a lean cut of beef with just the right amount of marbling. It has a great flavor with plenty of customization options.

Is Sirloin Steak a Tough Cut?

No, sirloin steak is not a tough cut of meat. It varies based on the particular piece of steak, but many pieces have wonderful marbling making sirloin a tender steak.

Sirloin falls somewhere in between flat iron steak and ribeye.

What is the Best Cooking Method for Sirloin Steak?

My favorite way to prepare sirloin steak is using my steakhouse quality sirloin steak recipe.

The steak is marinated in a flavorful blend of oil, vinegar, and herbs to make it extra juicy and flavorful, then pan-seared until perfectly tender. 

What to Serve with Sirloin Steak?

Now, on to those side dishes! Isn’t that why you’re here?

Garlic cheddar biscuits on a plate.

These cheddar bay biscuits are an easy to make, versatile, and absolutely irresistible side dish.

They will have you going back for seconds and even thirds! 

We make this recipe extra simple with Bisquick mix that’s mixed together with milk, cheddar cheese, and a garlic butter topping.

They’re baked for a quick 7-10 minutes in the oven and come out perfectly buttery, soft, and golden. 

Wooden spoon scooping mixed vegetable casserole out of a dish.

This recipe for mixed vegetable casserole is hearty enough you could almost serve it as a meal all on its own.

It requires a quick 10 minutes of prep and can be served with any meal your heart desires. 

To make this recipe, simply combine onion, cream of chicken soup, water chestnuts, mayo, seasonings, frozen mixed veggies and cheddar cheese.

Add that to a baking dish, top it with crushed crackers and a drizzle of melted butter, then bake until crispy, golden, and bubbly.

It’s tastes amazing with any steak dinner!

Close up view of battered okra on a plate.

This fried okra is a classic southern appetizer or side dish.

It’s made with fresh or frozen okra, buttermilk, and the perfect mix of savory spices to create little golden bites of deliciousness. 

This recipe for breaded okra is ready in just 20 minutes and is made with just a few pantry staples and a mouthwatering blend of seasonings.

Whip this recipe up and serve it with your next steak dinner for the perfect meal! 

Close up view of baked sweet with butter.

Go the sweeter route by swapping your classic baked potato out for the sweet potato version.

This recipe is as simple as a regular baked potato recipe, but tastes like dessert! 

These baked sweet potatoes are soft and fluffy in the middle, perfectly crispy on the outside, and topped with a homemade whipped cinnamon butter.

They’re the perfect side dish for any steak dinner! 

Close up view of onion soup potatoes with fresh parsley.

These onion soup potatoes are proof that you can have maximum flavor with minimal ingredients.

They are made with just 4 ingredients with 15 minutes of prep! Side dishes don’t get easier than that.

This recipe starts with cubed baby red potatoes that are tossed with onion soup mix, garlic herb seasoning, and a little bit of avocado oil.

They’re roasted at high heat in the oven until soft in the center with perfectly crispy edges. 

Close up a a baby gold potato with rosemary butter.

These rosemary smashed potatoes are a surprisingly simple recipe that taste and look way more complicated than they actually are!

They’re perfect for an easy dinner, a summer potluck, or a dinner party.

This recipe is made with gold potatoes that are boiled until soft and fluffy, drizzled with rosemary garlic butter, smashed on a baking sheet, then roasted until the edges are nice and crispy.

Close up view of macaroni and cheese with sliced jalapenos.

There is no combination quite as delicious as jalapeño, cheddar cheese, and bacon.

And this jalapeño bacon mac and cheese is all of those tasty flavors of jalapeño poppers made into a mouthwatering, hearty meal. 

This recipe is made with cavatappi noodles that are smothered in a rich, gooey three-cheese sauce, tossed with diced jalapeño and bacon bits, then topped with crispy Panko breadcrumbs. 

The vegetable has been grilled and is ready to eat.

This grilled corn on the cob is a summer classic that yields the perfect texture and flavor every single time.

This recipe features bright sweet corn smothered in a flavorful herb butter. It’s wrapped in foil, then grilled until sweet and juicy. 

Enjoy this grilled corn with your next steak dinner or with any of your favorite summer meals.

It’s made with just 6 ingredients and is ready in a total of 30 minutes.

The yeast rolls have baked and are ready to serve.

These homemade yeast rolls are the softest, fluffiest dinner rolls you’ll ever make.

They’re made with just 7 pantry staples and take just 20 minutes to prepare.

Simply mix up the dough, let it rise, then portion it into balls and bake until golden-brown on top. 

Enjoy these rolls as-is or with a drizzle of honey for a touch of extra sweetness. They go with everything! 

Top down view of russet potatoes in a slow cooker.

Did you know that you can make perfect “baked” potatoes using your slow cooker?

This recipe is one of my favorites. It’s perfect for BBQs or easy dinners and clears up oven space if you’re cooking for the holidays!

These crock pot baked potatoes are made with Russet potatoes that are seasoned with olive oil and salt, then slow cooked on low for 6-8 hours or on high for 3-4 hours.

They come out so fluffy and soft. Enjoy them topped with a pat of butter or load them up with your favorite loaded baked potato toppings. 

Broccoli rice casserole on a spoon.

This broccoli rice is an all time favorite. It’s loaded up with the best combination of flavors and textures and it’s so simple to prepare.

Just 10 minutes of assembly before you pop it in the oven! 

This casserole is made with fluffy white rice, broccoli, onions, and celery smothered in a creamy and cheesy soup mix, then topped with gooey cheddar cheese.

Enjoy it as-is or give it a bit of a crunch with a breadcrumb topping or a sprinkle of bacon bits!  

Scoop of mashed potato casserole on a wooden spoon.

We all love twice baked potatoes. And making them into a delicious casserole side dish is one of my favorite things to do!

This recipe is packed full of tasty ingredients like butter, sour cream, and cheddar cheese. 

Top a healthy serving of this with a sprinkle of fresh, chopped green onions and serve with your sirloin steak dinner or any of your favorite meals.

It might go faster than the main dish! 

Two bowls of garnished ranch potatoes, ready to be served.

These oven-baked Ranch potatoes are the perfect simple side dish for any dinner.

They’re made with just 4 ingredients! I love to pair them with a classic steak or meatloaf dinner.

They’re so quick and easy that I can really focus my time and energy into the entree. 

These roasted potatoes are made with baby potatoes tossed in oil, Ranch seasoning mix, and garlic. They’re roasted at 400ºF until soft and fluffy with crispy edges! 

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Collage showing sides for steak.

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