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Side Dishes

Side dishes are additional food items served alongside the main course of a meal. They complement the main dish and often provide contrasting flavors, textures, or colors to create a well-rounded dining experience. Side dishes can vary widely depending on the cuisine, season, and personal preferences.

Common side dishes include steamed or roasted vegetables, mashed potatoes, rice, pasta, salads, bread, and sauces. These accompaniments enhance the overall meal by offering a variety of tastes and textures to enjoy alongside the main component. Side dishes are often chosen to complement the flavors of the main dish and may be served hot or cold, depending on the preparation method.

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