Ring in the New Year with these easy four-course meal recipes

We've put together some easy-to-make recipes that cover your starters, drinks, main course and desserts to make your New Year party a hit

New Year is right around the corner and if you’re planning to welcome 2018 with a party at home, you are at the right place. We’ve put together some easy-to-cook recipes that cover your starters, drinks, main course and desserts. These are not just easy to prepare at home, but also delicious. We’re sure your party is going to be a hit.

No party is fun without appetisers so here are two-minute recipes, ’cause that’s all the time you want to spend in the kitchen anyway.

Ham Cucumber Cups:
 These tiny appetisers are perfect to start your party.

1/2-inch thick cucumber slices
1/2-inch coarsely cooked ham
3 tablespoon mayonnaise
2 teaspoons mustard
Salt as per taste

1. Scoop out the centre of cucumber slice
2. Grind ham, mayonnaise and mustard
3. Spoon a little mixture into cucumber

Tornado Potato Fries: These easy-to-make fries are spiral chips made of potato and once cooked, they turn into curly fries on a stick. We are sure these are going to be the star of your party.

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Dinner is incomplete without a drink or two. We have got you sorted for this New Year eve’s party with a hatke mocktail and cocktail recipe.

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Watermelon Slush: This easy-to-make drink just needs three ingredients and three minutes to be served.

5 cups diced watermelon (remove seeds)
2 tablespoons sugar
1 lime (juice)

Combine all the ingredients along with some ice and blend until smooth

Vodka-cranberry Golgappa: Ring in the New Year with style. Get rid of those shots and wine glasses, go for golgappas.

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Main Course
There can’t be a better way to welcome a new year than with lots of delicious food. How about going regional this time.

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Kerala Egg Roast: The recipe might take around 15-20 minutes to cook, but this is one thing you can prepare in the morning and serve at night when guests are all set for dinner.

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Ngataok: This easy-to-cook Manipuri fish broth dish will hardly take 5 minutes to cook. It’s time to serve something different to your guests.

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All decked up, had awesome food, and ready to embrace the fresh start. So what’s the best way to say welcome this one: desserts.

Banana Chocolate Pops: This is one recipe that even your kids can make, it’s that easy.

5 to 6 bananas
1 cup chocolate chips or raw chocolate

Slice banana in equal size
Insert a toothpick into each banana piece
Freeze it for two hours
Now, microwave chocolate chips or raw chocolate for 1 minute
Stirring it to make smooth
Dip each banana piece in chocolate and cover with sprinkles

Chocolate Momos: We all have had vegetable, paneer and chicken momos in different versions: tandoori, pan-fried et al, but this New Year’s, go for chocolate momos.

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