Create a gorgeous meat-free New Year menu for vegetarian friends and family. These vegetarian recipes are so delicious, everyone will forget about meat. And there's not a nut roast in sight...
Create a gorgeous meat-free New Year
menu for vegetarian friends and family. These vegetarian recipes are so
delicious, everyone will forget about meat. And there’s not a nut roast
The menu serves 6 and includes a starter,
salad, main dish, two side dishes, a dessert and a cocktail. Happy New
Year from goodtoknow!
New Year’s Eve is the perfect time to enjoy some festive flavours. With deep red wine, cinnamon and fruit, this mulled wine recipe is ideal for stretching round all your guests. It will keep everyone merry till midnight!
Get the recipe: Mulled wine
This salad starter is easy to throw together but looks really fancy on the plate. It’s packed with flavoursome ingredients like sweet pear and salty blue cheese.
Get the recipe: Pear and blue cheese salad
Serve classic butternut squash soup with croutons, thyme and shavings of Parmesan to make it an extra special starter.
Get the recipe: Butternut squash soup
Baking queen Mary Berry knows how to make a fantastic savoury dish for special occasions, too. Veggies and carnivores alike will go nuts for her seriously cheesy mushroom and spinach cannelloni and it’s ready in under an hour.
Get the recipe: Mary Berry’s mushroom and spinach cannelloni
Elevate ordinary veggies into something special by roasting them with white wine, honey and thyme. Once you try these roasted carrots and leeks with thyme, they’re sure to become a Sunday dinner regular throughout the year.
Get the recipe: Roasted carrots and leeks with thyme
When you’re cooking for a crowd, you need some easy side dishes up your sleeve. This simple dish of tender greens does the job nicely.
Get the recipe: Green vegetable medley
Finish your meal with this beautiful poached pear Pavlova. The in-season pears poached with red wine and spices give this classic dessert a wintry spin that’s perfect for your New Year dinner.
Get the recipe: Poached pear Pavlova
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