Try our leek side dish recipes to accompany your favourite baked or roast chicken, fish or pork, or a vegetarian main. We have sauteed leeks, baked leeks, leeks and rice, leek and potato hash, and lots more.
Leeks, butter, cream and cheese combine to make a deliciously savoury and rich side dish.
In this easy to prepare side dish, leeks are baked in a creamy low-fat cheese sauce made with skimmed milk.
I really like leeks and I serve them all the time with roast chicken, steak or fish... I never seem to tire of them! This side dish is easy to prepare and is a delicious way to serve leeks.
The white part of leeks are wrapped with cooked ham and covered in a creamy white cheese sauce. A lovely side dish!
A light vinaigrette sauce to go with new Spring leeks.
This hearty potato dish goes well with a mixed green salad. Bacon, leeks, onion, potato and egg combine for a family friendly all-in-one meal.
The protein-rich seed quinoa teams beautifully with baby mushrooms, leeks and a hint of lemon to make a light and simple meal. Scatter with toasted seeds for extra crunch. Delicious!
This is a really delicious, easy and light recipe with just 5 ingredients. It's so easy to make and it tastes fresh and light. It's a perfect accompaniment to grilled meat or fish.
Potatoes – as chips, jacket baked or mashed – are a popular partner for steak. Here a mash with leeks and mustard accompanies pepper-coated fillet steaks cooked quickly on a cast-iron grill pan or griddle. Serve with a fresh, seasonal green vegetable such as French beans or broccoli.
Rispor is a rice dish from Switzerland, made with either Uri or Sbrinz cheese. The name comes from the Italian words Riso and Porri - rice and leeks. It goes well stew or sausages. If you cannot find Uri or Sbrinz, use Gruyere or Emmental instead.