What To Serve With Smoked Pork Shoulder Roast. Now for me, the question of what sides we want for dinner is almost as bad as what’s for dinner. I mean, the main dish is decided on. These side dishes will pair perfectly with the smoked pork shoulder roast you are smoking.
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Just like dinner, side dishes are an easy pattern to fall into; I mean, we all have the go-to we make repeatedly. Finding new ones to try and pair up with the main dish or the protein is essential to have variety in your dinner rotation. Smoking as much of the meal as possible when smoking the main dish is terrific, but not everything has to be smoked. (I know it would be amazing, though)
Smoked Pork Shoulder Roast Recipes
There is no right or wrong way to make a smoked pork shoulder roast. All the recipes are delicious. These are some of my favorites. Check out my guide on How to Smoke Pork Shoulder Roast!
- Dry Rub and Injected Smoked Pork Shoulder Roast
- Coca-Cola Smoked Pork Should Roast
- Jack Daniels and Coke Pork Shoulder Roast
- Apple Bourbon Smoked Pork Shoulder Roast
Now you can serve these as is, shredded into pulled pork sandwiches with bbq sauces, or into leftover pork shoulder roast recipes. If you don’t have a pork shoulder roast, you can also use a pork butt, Pork loin, pork tenderloin, pork leg, or even ham in some cases.
Smoked Side Dishes
Smoked Baked Potatoes-Throw baking potatoes on the smoker to make an easy smoked, baked potato! These are tasty and don’t take long to make on the smoker; you don’t heat the house. Use a little bit of olive oil and garlic season to flavor them.
Smoked Loaded Baked Beans– This is the ultimate side dish or dish to take to a tailgating party. Allow this to slow smoke on your smoke in a cast iron Dutch oven. Add in a bit more bacon grease for more flavor.
Creamy Smoked Macaroni And Cheese– Enough said! Melt cheese with the flavor of smoke to cover your pasta! The heavy cream helps to make this dish even creamier.
Smoked Loaded Cheesy Potatoes– This is one of the best side dishes to serve with red meats. Smoked Brisket is one of my favorites to do with this; just like a loaded baked potato, it has sour cream!
4 Ingredient Coleslaw-Looking for a quick and easy coleslaw recipe? Check out our four ingredient coleslaw recipe that’s perfect for any occasion. It’s delicious, healthy, and takes just minutes to make! Make this tasty summer bbq side dish with a coleslaw mix, mayo, honey, and apple cider vinegar.
Bacon Ranch Pasta Salad-Easy Bacon Ranch Pasta Salad is perfect for whipping up for any potluck or bbq get-together! This is easy to make ahead of time and excellent with grilled food!
Smoked Potato Salad– Use smoked baked potatoes to make this delicious twist on classic potato salad. While it isn’t fully cooked in the smoker, it is fantastic with smoked potatoes. Plus, you can make it the night before, and it is one of these favorite side dishes.
Most grilled dishes require minimal effort and prep, so total win when you can use them to assemble a complete meal.
Grilled Zucchini-Rub with olive oil and season with your favorite spice blend. Grilled zucchini is a great way to add flavor to your meal while keeping it light and nutritious.
How To Grill Corn On The Cob-The possibilities are endless with how you can grill corn! My favorite way is foil and garlic salt!
Portabella Mushrooms– Amazing side dish to cook up on the grill; use mozzarella and feta cheese to make this dish outstanding!
What is your favorite side dish with smoked pork shoulder roast?