What to Serve with Quiche

Quiches are an incredibly versatile dish. They are suitable for vegetarians or meateaters. Whether you like your quiche hot or cold, with meat or veg fillings, or eating inside at the table or outside at a picnic, there are so many varieties and recipes for quiche around, including a great selection of crustless quiche options for those who may be following a popular slimming plan. There is also a massive selection of amazing side dishes which you can serve with your quiche to round off your meal.

what to serve with quiche - a slice of brocolli quiche on a plate

Here we are going to share some of our favourites and you can let us know in the comments below which one is your favourite, or if there’s something we’ve missed off the list entirely!

Sandwiches or wraps

Particularly perfect for a picnic, sandwiches and wraps are a great way to serve a variety of flavours and textures with your quiche.



A traditional choice, but you can’t go far wrong with a salad filled with your favourite vegetables when having quiche. Salads work wherever you are eating your quiche, and whether you like your quiche hot or cold.

The great thing about a salad is you can choose any of your favourite ingredients and throw them together for you side dish.

A salad

Baked Beans

This is an incredibly controversial choice, but I love baked beans with my quiche. Another option which can be served whether you are having your quiche hot or cold. Not tried cold baked beans? I promise you that they are worth a try!

Jacket Potato

A jacket potato can be a great accompaniment with any meal, but especially quiche. Choose a fluffy type of potato, cooke it in the oven (rather than the microwave where possible) and serve with a little bit of butter and some soured cream.

Want to mix it up? Try having a jacket sweet potato instead. Either type of potato can also be used to make a delicious portion of home made chips if that’s what takes your fancy.

What is your favourite side dish to serve with quiche? Let us know in the comments below!

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