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After the excitement of New Year's Eve, everyone is hungry for some special dishes. It's a popular tradition in many countries to make certain dishes for good luck in the coming year, such as eating black eyed peas, collards, and cornbread in the American South.
Maybe you're trying to research New Year's Day traditions from other countries to change up your menu. Fortunately, this roundup is packed with delicious ideas from three different countries to get you started!
All of these amazing recipes contain step-by-step photos, helpful tips, and a quality recipe card to make the cooking experience easy and fun. You'll love getting a taste from the South, Scotland, and Mexico to help you start the New Year right!
There are several amazing Southern dishes that are traditionally served on New Year's Day for good luck, including black eyed peas, collards, and cornbread. Here's some great recipes for these mouthwatering traditional dishes!
Black eyed peas is a popular Southern side dish that is traditionally served for good luck on New Year's Day. Learn how to cook this healthy stovetop recipe for your special dinner. It's easy to keep warm in a crock pot for church potlucks and open houses.
Southern style collard greens are healthy, spicy, and delicious. Learn how to make greens on the stovetop or crock pot with ham hocks, vinegar, and onions. This traditional soul food makes a great New Year's Day dinner idea that the whole family will love.
This easy, traditional Southern cornbread is made without sugar and baked in a cast iron skillet for an amazing crunchy crust. You don’t need buttermilk for this cornbread. This is the best cornbread to have with collards, chili, or other soul food!
How to cook a spiral ham an easy to bake in the oven for your family's next holiday dinner. It's a perfect low carb meat for a traditional New Year's Day dinner. This savory ham is moist and juicy, and is not sweet. It's easy to make this crowd favorite with all the pro tips we share!
Want to try something a little different this New Year's Day? This wonderful Scottish dessert and main dish will make your meal extra special and yummy.
Shortbread are a popular dessert in Scotland on New Year's Day. This modern version of buttery, melt in your mouth shortbread cookies are simple to make! You’ll love the subtle flavor of Earl Grey tea and lemon in these classic cookies. Enjoy them with a cup of tea or a London Fog.
This delicious homemade dinner is the perfect dish for New Year's Day dinner! This traditional Scottish steak pie is made from a rich, chunky beef stew and buttery puff pastry. Everyone will love this comfort food!
If you're planning ahead for an Epiphany menu on January 6, you'll want to save this Rosca de Reyes receta. This traditional Mexican pan dulce is a delicious treat that you won't want to miss!
Rosca de Reyes, or Three Kings Bread, is a special yeast bread served on Epiphany (January 6) in Mexico and Spain. Learn exactly how to make and decorate this traditional Rosca de Reyes for your Epiphany party.
Family and friends will be asking you for the recipes for these mouthwatering New Year's Day dishes!
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