Celebrate the New Year in style with the people you love best. Our delicious dinner menu will be a hit with the whole family. Happy New Year from goodtoknow!
Celebrate the New Year in style with the people you love best. Our delicious dinner menu will be a hit with the whole family…The menu is for 6 people and includes a salad, starter, main course, 2 side dishes, a dessert, a cocktail and a mocktail for kids and non-drinkers. Happy New Year from goodtoknow!
New Year’s means fizz in our book. Make this classic cocktail with Champers or more affordable Cava or Prosecco. Whichever you use it will taste delicious.
Get the recipe: Champagne cocktail
Designated drivers, pregnant relatives, teetotalers and teenagers – they’ll all love you for making them this gorgeous cranberry mocktail.
Get the recipe: Cranberry mocktail
Prawn and avocados are classic starter ingredients. Give this easy prawn and avocado salad a modern update by garnishing with lambs’ lettuce, a little dill and freshly ground black pepper.
Get the recipe: Prawn and avocado salad
It’s cold outside, so keep your guests warm with this delicious sweet and spicy soup. The galicky croutons on top make this simple soup look really impressive.
Get the recipe: Spiced sweet potato soup with garlicky croutons
Woman’s Weekly’s cookery team has come up trumps for New Year’s with this delicious slow-cooked Greek lamb shoulder. It serves 8-10, so use any leftovers for sandwiches on New Year’s Day.
Get the recipe: Slow-cooked Greek lamb shoulder
These golden and crispy roasties are given a special twist with the delicious flavours of lemon and thyme. Everyone will be asking you for the recipe!
Get the recipe: Lemon and thyme roast potatoes
Aubergines with chilli and mint is an easy side dish that compliments the Mediterranean flavours of the Greek lamb and lemon and thyme roasties. You can tone down the chillies if your guests don’t like too much heat.
Get the recipe: Grilled aubergines with chilli and mint
Expect gasps and cheers when you bring this gorgeous trifle out from the kitchen. Fresh blueberries and orange zest cut through the custard and cream, so the dish doesn’t feel too rich after a big meal.