Host a feast with these New Year’s Eve dishes

Why fight the crowds? This New Year’s Eve, spend it at home with friends and family and enjoy your own fabulous feast instead.

Today we’re sharing a few of our favourite recipes you can use to make a New Year’s Eve dinner worthy of any restaurant.

Crunchy crumbed mushrooms


Crunchy crumbled mushrooms are easy to make ahead and serve when you need them – they taste great and work for vegetarians, too. What more could you want?

Balsamic Glazed Shallot, Dolcelatte and Asparagus Tart


If you want something a little lighter than a roast dinner, try this delicious tart recipe as an alternative – it’s great with salad and will please any vegetarians in the room, too.

Blackberry and gingerbread roast pork

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This recipe for roast pork with a blackberry and gingerbread sauce takes the best flavours of the festive season and gives them a festive twist. A perfect fuss-free main course to wow family and friends.

Chocolate & Raspberry Tart


Decadent, easy and delicious, this chocolate and raspberry tart recipe is sure to wow family and friends and act as the ultimate showstopper just before midnight.

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