When it comes to serving lobster pie, the options can seem endless.
After all, what could be a better partner for this luxurious seafood dish than equally opulent sides?
But when you take a closer look, the task of finding good sides to serve with lobster pie online can be surprisingly difficult.
That’s why I decided to share a list of 14 delectable sides that will perfectly accompany your lobster pie!
Whether you’re looking for something classic like mashed potatoes or something more adventurous like braised greens, I’ve got you covered.
So without further ado, here are 14 sides that will make your lobster pie shine!
Sides For Lobster Pie
- Roasted veggies with parmesan
- Glazed carrots & parsnips
- Roasted green bean
- Creamy mashed potatoes
- Garlic herb fries
- Sweet potato casserole
- Baked sweet potato
- Roasted brussels sprouts
- Garlic roasted broccoli
- Caesar salad
- Creamed spinach
- Clam chowder
Roasted veggies with parmesan
This is an excellent choice for a side dish because it is light and healthy, but also has a bit of richness from the parmesan cheese.
This dish is easy to prepare; simply roast your favorite veggies (I like to use cherry tomatoes, zucchini, and yellow squash) in the oven with some olive oil and parmesan cheese.
Roast for about 20-25 minutes at 400 degrees, or until the veggies are tender and slightly browned. The parmesan cheese will melt and create a delicious coating on the veggies.
Glazed carrots & parsnips
Carrots and parsnips are a classic pairing and make for a lovely, simple side dish.
Other than adding a pop of color to your dish, the glazed carrots and parsnips will enhance the sweetness of the lobster.
On the other hand, parsnips, have a slight bitterness to them that helps balance out the sweetness of the carrots and lobster. This dish is also easy to make, simply roast the carrots and parsnips in a little olive oil until they’re tender.
Then, make a glaze by whisking together some honey, lemon juice, and thyme. Drizzle the glaze over the carrots and parsnips before serving.
Roasted green beans
Green beans are healthy and have a slight crunch to them.
I like to roast green beans after coating them with a bit of olive oil and sea salt. Then, I add some lemon zest and freshly ground black pepper for an added oomph.
You could also roast green beans with garlic, which would be delicious with lobster pie. This is one of the side dishes that are easy to put together, with limited ingredients.
Creamy mashed potato
Creamy mashed potatoes are always a good choice as a side dish.
They are rich and comforting, but also light enough that they won’t overshadow the lobster pie.
To make creamy mashed potatoes, I like to use Yukon gold potatoes because they have a buttery flavor. I also add some milk, butter, and sour cream to the potatoes.
I also find that using an immersion blender gives the potatoes a nice, creamy texture.
This crusty, crumbly delight is a great addition to lobster pie night (or day!).
The cornbread has a slight sweetness to it that pairs well with the lobster.
It’s also a great way to soak up any extra sauce from the pie.
To make cornbread, I like to use a cast-iron skillet. I find that it gives the cornbread a nice, crispy crust.
Garlic herb fries
This is a great side dish for lobster pie. While the fries add flavor and texture to the dish, the garlic helps cut through the richness of the lobster.
I recommend using russet potatoes for this dish. They have a high starch content, which makes them extra fluffy on the inside and nice and crispy on the outside.
Remember to season with salt and pepper to taste.
This is an excellent choice for a side dish like lobster pie because it is light and refreshing.
Coleslaw is a salad made with shredded cabbage and carrots, and it is usually dressed with vinegar or mayonnaise-based dressing.
I like to add some diced apples to my coleslaw for a bit of sweetness.
This dish is a quick fix on busy weeknights, furthermore, I believe it’s always better to pair a heavy dish with a lighter side dish to avoid feeling weighed down.
Sweet potato casserole
Sweet potato casserole is a dish made with sweet potatoes, butter, brown sugar, and pecans. It is usually served as a side dish for festive dinner.
The sweet potatoes are boiled or roasted until they are soft, and then mashed together with the other ingredients. The casserole is then baked in the oven until it is hot and bubbly.
This works as a great side dish for lobster pie because they have a similar texture, and their flavors meld perfectly.
Baked sweet potatoes
So, if you don’t want to have your sweet potatoes in a casserole, great news there is another way!
Baked sweet potatoes are just as delicious as potato casseroles, plus you can enjoy your potatoes without the extra ingredients required for other recipes.
Once the potatoes have been in the oven for an hour, take them out and add some butter, salt, and pepper. You can also add other toppings like cheese, bacon bits, or green onions.
Roasted brussels sprouts
Brussels sprouts are a great side dish because they are healthy and when seasoned just right, they are packed with flavor.
I like to roast my Brussels sprouts in the oven with some olive oil, salt, and pepper.
You could also add some garlic cloves or Parmesan cheese to the Brussels sprouts before roasting them. This would give them an extra flavorful kick.
Garlic roasted broccoli
Garlic-roasted broccoli is a great side dish for lobster pie. The garlic gives the broccoli a nice flavor, and the lobster goes well with the garlic.
This dish is easy to make and only requires a few ingredients. To make this side dish, start by chopping the broccoli into florets. Then, add the broccoli to a baking sheet and drizzle with olive oil.
Add some minced garlic, salt, and pepper. Roast in the oven for about 15-20 minutes.
Another salad/veggie option for you is Ceasar salad. This salad is made with romaine lettuce, croutons, Parmesan cheese, and Caesar dressing.
To make a caesar dressing, you will need olive oil, lemon juice, garlic, anchovies, Dijon mustard, Worcestershire sauce, and Parmesan cheese.
I like to make my own Caesar dressing because it is so much fresher and tastier than store-bought dressings. However, if you are short on time, you can always use a store-bought dressing.
This is a great side dish for lobster pie because it is rich and creamy, and it has a similar texture to lobster pie.
Additionally, the slight bitterness doesn’t overpower the pie, instead, it complements its savoriness.
To make a tasty creamed spinach, you will need heavy cream, Parmesan cheese, nutmeg, and pepper.
I like to sauté my spinach in garlic and olive oil before adding the cream. This helps to bring out the flavor of the spinach.
Clam chowder is a soup made with clams, potatoes, onions, and celery. It is usually served with bread or crackers.
This dish is perfect for colder weather; however, it can also be enjoyed year-round.
This creamy soup is a perfect contrast to the flaky, buttery pastry of the pie, and the lobster meat adds a delicious seafood flavor.
However, if you are making clam chowder from scratch, I recommend using fresh clams.
What side dish goes with lobster rolls?
There are a few different sides that go well with lobster rolls. Some people like to serve them with a salad, while others prefer to have roasted potatoes or corn on the cob. What you ultimately serve with your lobster roll is up to you!
What vegetable goes with lobster?
There are a few different vegetables that go well with lobster. Broccoli, corn, kale, and potatoes are all great options.
What fruit goes well with lobster?
Some fruits that go well with lobster include Watermelon, pineapple, and grapefruit all pair well with lobster.
This is where I draw the curtains on what to serve with lobster pie. What you serve as sides is ultimately up to you, but I hope this gives you some inspiration. From salads to roasted vegetables and even fruit, there are many delicious options to choose from. So get creative and enjoy!