10 New Year Dinner Ideas 2021

A spectacular New Year’s Eve party requires a few things: glittery outfits, bubbly champagne, and lots and lots of festive cheer. After all, this holiday is all about fresh starts and new beginnings — and so it’s absolutely imperative that you kick things off with a bang. But before you get caught up finding the perfect New Year’s Eve decorations, finger foods, and Instagram captions, you’ll want to make sure you’ve found something else: a fabulous New Year’s toast.

Pressure Cooker Winter Squash and Lentil Stew

Yes, comfort foods can be easy to make! Just put the ingredients in your handy Instant Pot and enjoy this warm, savory stew.

Lemony Herb Roast Chicken

A citrus and thyme seasoned chicken like this one will give you plenty of leftovers to enjoy into the New Year.

Kale and Roasted Cauliflower Salad

Roasted cauliflower and fresh kale prove to be a winning combination — see for yourself with this winter salad.

Zucchini “Pasta” Caprese

If you haven’t jumped on the zoodle bandwagon, this caprese will convince you to add the pasta replacement to your list of resolutions.

Spiced Salmon With Sweet ‘n’ Tangy Slaw

A flavorful salmon recipe that’s deceptively healthy? We’re in. This broiled fish has plenty of Old Bay, brown sugar and Omega-3’s.

Crispy Tofu Bowl

No need to stop at an overpriced grain bowl restaurant. You can get your fix with this bowl of salty cashews mixed with sweet Thai chili sauce over quinoa.

Crunchy Chickpea Kale Caesar

Who needs croutons? These roasted chickpeas give you all the crunch you need, plus an extra boast of protein.

Lentil Bolognese Spaghetti

A healthy take on a hearty classic, you don’t have to feel guilty about reaching for a second helping of this lentil bolognese.

Crispy Sesame Pork

You won’t normally find tangy sesame pork over tossed greens at Chinese food restaurants, but you should *definitely* be making some at home.

Seared Scallops With Lentil Salad

It only takes minutes to make this nutrient dense meal. But let’s be honest, you had me at pan-seared scallops.

Gingery Chicken & Spinach Stir-Fry

The spicy garlic and ginger in this chicken and veggie mix will have you rethinking your go-to stir-fry recipe.

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