Wondering what to serve with chicken spaghetti? Round out your meal with one of the delicious sides! From crisp salads to roasted Brussels sprouts, and from tender broccoli to savory sweet potatoes, these vibrant side dishes will turn your dinner into a flavorful feast!
Chicken spaghetti is a classic comfort food meal. It’s packed with noodles, protein from the chicken, and a whole blend of delicious veggies.
Since chicken spaghetti is a complete meal all on its own, it can be a little more difficult to determine what sides you want to serve alongside it. So, I’ve taken care of that for you!
Here is a list of all of my favorite sides to serve with a classic chicken spaghetti pasta bake!
What is Chicken Spaghetti Made Of?
Chicken spaghetti is a cheesy spaghetti dish that features, of course, spaghetti, bell pepper, onion, canned tomatoes and green chiles, mushrooms, pimento peppers, and rotisserie chicken that’s smothered in a creamy cheese sauce.
What is the Difference Between Chicken Spaghetti and Chicken Tetrazzini?
Not a whole lot! Both are pasta bakes made with noodles, chicken, and veggies tossed in a cream sauce.
The primary difference is that chicken spaghetti is always made using spaghetti noodles and chicken tetrazzini can be made using any long pasta shape.
The ingredients in the sauce vary slightly, and tetrazzini doesn't contain Velveeta.
What is a Good Side Dish for Spaghetti?
There are so many! Any one of these side dishes makes a great pairing for chicken spaghetti.
These Cheddar Bay Biscuits are the perfect comforting side dish to serve alongside the perfect comforting entree!
They start with Bisquick mix that’s mixed with milk and cheddar cheese, formed into biscuits, then baked until golden, soft and fluffy, with crispy edges.
These perfect biscuits are made even more perfect with a flavorful garlic butter topping! They’re ready to enjoy in a total of 20 minutes.
This broccoli bacon salad is a fresh and flavorful side dish that’s loaded up with the best flavors and textures.
It’s made with just 6 ingredients tossed in a simple homemade dressing.
This recipe features fresh broccoli florets, salty bacon crumbles, walnuts, dried cranberries, purple onion, and sunflower seeds.
It’s crunchy, chewy, salty, smoky, tangy, a little sweet, and ready in just 25 minutes!
This carrot souffle recipe sounds a whole lot fancier than it is to make! But it tastes divine!
It takes just 10 minutes to prep and is made with just 8 simple ingredients.
Carrot souffle is made with soft boiled carrots that are blended together with eggs, butter, vanilla, sugar, baking powder, flour, and cinnamon.
This mixture is spread into a baking dish, then baked until golden-brown on top.
This creamy corn casserole is a comforting side dish that will have you filling your whole plate up before you even get to the entree.
It’s made with simple, inexpensive ingredients and can be served alongside so many different mains.
This casserole features corn muffin mix, creamed corn and onion baked with eggs, a little bit of sugar, salt, and butter.
The result is a soft, fluffy, creamy, sweet, and oh-so-flavorful side dish. You won’t be able to get enough!
This recipe for air fryer asparagus is my favorite way to cook up asparagus.
It’s quick and simple to come together and is made with ingredients you likely already have around…especially if you already have the asparagus!
This recipe features fresh asparagus that’s coated in olive oil, seasoned with salt, black pepper, and garlic powder, then air fried for just a few minutes until deliciously crisp-tender.
Cucumber tomato salad is a fresh, healthy Southern staple! It’s one of our summertime side dish favorites.
I mean, what’s not to love about juicy tomatoes, crisp cucumbers, and tangy purple onions smothered in a creamy lemon dill sauce?
This recipe is ready to enjoy in a quick 20 minutes and goes perfectly with chicken spaghetti or any of your favorite summer meals!
Green pea salad is a sweet burst of flavor you’re going to love!
It contains everything you could want in a salad including, of course, green peas along with bacon, cheese, and onion in a creamy, tangy dressing.
This recipe comes together in a matter of minutes and is excellent paired with a healthy portion of chicken spaghetti.
Roasting broccoli in the oven is one of the quickest and easiest ways to make broccoli the best possible version of itself.
And this recipe is my favorite! It’s a simple and versatile side dish that yields perfect crisp-tender and flavorful broccoli.
This recipe features broccoli florets tossed with olive oil, salt, pepper, and walnuts for an extra crunchy bite.
It can be garnished to your tastes with parmesan, garlic, red pepper flakes, pecans or pine nuts, or even Panko breadcrumbs. This recipe is so customizable and so tasty.
This recipe for air fryer brussels sprouts will have everyone going for seconds.
They might even convince brussels sprouts haters that brussels sprouts actually can be good!
This recipe starts with fresh brussels sprouts that are coated in a perfect blend of oil, onion powder, salt, pepper, and parmesan.
They’re air fried until crisp-tender and caramelized, then finished with salty crumbles of bacon and a little bit of extra cheese. Side dishes don’t get simpler or tastier than this!
I knew mushrooms were good, but I sure didn’t know they could be this good!
I’ll never cook mushrooms another way after making these perfect sautéed mushrooms.
This recipe is made with fresh mushrooms that are cooked in butter and seasoned with dried thyme, salt, pepper, and fresh garlic.
The flavor is perfect and the finished mushrooms are absolutely bursting with flavor.
This mixed vegetable casserole is a total crowd pleaser.
It can be enjoyed as a side dish for an easy dinner at home or makes a great contribution to a party, potluck, or BBQ!
This recipe starts with frozen veggies for super simple prep. The veggies are cooked and drained, then tossed with sautéed onions, cream of chicken soup, water chestnuts, mayonnaise, seasonings, and cheddar cheese.
It’s then transferred to a baking dish, topped with crushed crackers, and baked until golden and crispy on top.
These baked sweet potatoes are the perfect alternative to your classic baked potato.
They’re like dessert and a side dish all in one. Except you can still have dessert after too!
The sweet potatoes are covered in olive oil, roasted until soft in the middle with crispy skin, then topped with a sweet homemade cinnamon butter. Just 10 minutes of prep needed!
Corn on the cob is a classic, and this recipe for grilled corn on the cob is perfect every time!
It’s an easy, 10-minute side dish that’s perfect paired with your chicken spaghetti dinner.
The fresh ears of corn are slathered in butter herbs and seasonings, wrapped in foil, then cooked at high heat on the grill until they’re bursting with sweet and savory flavor.