Our vegan New Year’s Eve menu includes two starters with (vegan) cheese with room for seasonal foods, as well as roasted leek recipes or even a simple yet tasty, main course. Don’t complain about eating too many appetizers this time and leave some room for the lentil pie, a very Italian choice, and the poached pears.
Cheese yourself goodbye
It is probably one of the most versatile foods we have at our disposal, and it is always a sure bet on the table.And if we add some grapes to this camembert, nothing can go wrong tonight.
Grilled grapes with cheese
Roasted leeks from the bottom of our hearts to kiss to welcome the New Year
Ok, there is no need to cook this recipe from the very bottom of your heart; you can also prepare it in a few minutes and let the oven do its magic. Anyway, the sauce in this recipe is so fine that this dish is going to be remembered for a long time. Serving these leeks on a fancy plate will also help with that unforgettable feeling, yes.
Roasted leeks with macadamia nuts sauce and basil
Lentil pie and much more
Take this pie out of the oven; is already good thanks to the delicious smell. But it also looks great on the table if you love deco. Potato and mushrooms are other main ingredients in this dish, where lentils, as it happens in some countries, are very important on a night like this. Happy New Year.
Mushrooms, lentils and potato pie
Pears are another major highlight of the season. Add some nuts and dried fruits to this recipe, like pistachios or walnuts, to make us feel the warmth of our home on New Year’s Eve. and brings many opportunities to customise this plate with your favourite ingredients.
Poached pears with dried fruits and nuts
Do you want more recipes? Discover all our Christmas menus and recipes at Cooking Lovers and get inspiration these holidays by cooking unique and different dishes.