Easiest New Year Recipes You Won't Mess Up

Add any of these easy recipes to your New Year's menu.

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Holiday celebrations don't need to be complicated or fancy to be delicious. You may want to go all out for the New Year, but if you're not inclined to celebrate it lavishly, there are ways to make the night a delicious one to remember. It can be a delicious but simple dinner with simple dishes that are all easy to make

We promise. Celebrating the New Year can be easy! Add any of these easy recipes to your New Year's menu and have an easy time in the kitchen, too. 

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1 Milky Sopas Recipe 

There's something about a hot bowl of soup that makes you feel comforted. It's also a super delicious meal that can be your soup course for New Year's eve. 

To make this soup extra special, a spice is added to make it taste like the holiday: cinnamon. Plus, if you don't have chicken on hand, canned Vienna sausages make a perfect meaty substitute. 

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2 Tuna Macaroni Salad Recipe 

An easy macaroni salad isn't unheard of but we think it's still got a little bit of prep that you can shortcut to make it easier. Enter the canned food. This easy macaroni salad is made with canned tuna, but it's not any less delicious. 

In fact, make the extra step into making the basil oi so you can jazz up the look and flavor of your macaroni salad with a bright color that makes it look more appetizing and a delicious herb that complements the salad nicely.    

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3 Air Fryer Lechon Kawali Recipe 

If you need a pork dish that won't take up too much time to cook, this lechon kawali recipe should be the perfect recipe to try, especially if you have an air fryer. 

Take advantage of the ease with which you can make this recipe by tenderizing the pork days before you need it. In fact, make that pork tender today, chill it, then air fry it an hour before it's ready to serve for the perfectly crisp pork skin.  

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4 Ram-don Recipe 

Who said that everything has to be made from scratch? If you watched Parasite last year and are a fan of Korean food, you know this now-famous dish: ram-don, also known as jjapaguri. Best news is that this recipe is one of the simplest recipes you can make. Two instant noodle packs and water makes the noodles, plus perfectly cooked meaty chunks are all you need. It's the cubes of steak that make this instant noodle recipe instantly extravagant.

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5 Ginger-Soy Steamed Fish Recipe  

What you have to love about this recipe is the fact that you don't need to do much to the fish. You cook the fish whole so there's no wondering how to prepare it other than finding a pot, pan, or steamer insert that fits your fish.

Plus, it only needs 6 other easy-to-find ingredients to make this super delicious and perfect as one of your main courses on the New Year buffet table. 

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6 Honey Garlic Chicken Recipe 

What we love about Korean fried chicken is the fact that it's double-fried for maximum crispiness. This technique can easily be used for any fried chicken recipe! If you're getting tired of the Korean flavors that you've been indulging in lately, why not try one that's out of the box delicious like these chicken wings slathered in a simple honey garlic sauce? It's sweet, savory, and garlicky without needing to cook it for very long, too. 

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7 Easy Coffee Jelly Recipe 

Share your coffee jelly with someone who loves coffee just as much as you do with this easy recipe that you can prepare in less than an hour. The trick here is to make the coffee-infused cream and the coffee jelly in the morning then forget about it until later at dinner. All you have to do is put the two ingredients together for a satisfying end to a meal. You can even serve it with the hot version if desired. 


What are your plans for the New Year's spread?  


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