New Year's Eve Appetizers: 12 Festive Finger Food Ideas

New Year's Eve Appetizers: 12 Festive Finger Food Ideas
From Fine Dining Lovers - December 27, 2017

So you hadChristmas sewn up, but how aboutNew Year?

Yes, if you are throwing aNew Year's Eve bash and love cooking, you are probably planning a suitably eclectic, sensational and memorable menu to suit the celebratory mood.

As champagne corks fly, you will want the food to talk as loudly. And how better than with an impressive selection of New Year's Eve appetizers in finger food.

From chef canapes to deep fried tasty wonton, take your pick of these selected recipes which will excite all your guests, from vegetarians to meat lovers.

All these easy and elegant New Year's Eve appetizers areguaranteed to help you welcome in a flavourful 2018.

New Year's Eve Appetizers

Crab and Caviar on Brioche

When midnight naturally calls for champagne, these elegant crab and caviar canapes are a wonderful finger food. Thanks to chef Anna Haugh at Bob Bob Ricard restaurant.Here's the chef recipe.

Crostini with Pork and Red Cabbage

Pulled pork with crunch red cabbage are a seriously delicious combination.Here's how to make them.

Caprese Skewers

Mini mozzarella and cherry tomatoes stacked onto wooden skewers and topped off with basil are a sure party pleaser. Perfect for vegetarians, they also add a splash of colour to your celebratory spread. Find the recipe here.

Spring Rolls

Crispy coated, generously filled spring rolls with a sweet dipping sauce are a sure crowd pleaser. Make sure they are crispy and hot when you serve them. Find the recipe here.

Thai Shrimps in Wonton Pastry

Succulent, juicy prawns served inside a hot crispy shell with a Thai dipping sauce will disappear in no time at your New Year gathering. Here's the must have recipe.

Legumes and Goose Liver Pate

Radish on a Spoon

Wild Mushroom Terrine

Dim Sum with Spinach and Mung Beans

Chickpea Puree with Crackers and Herbed Cheese

Beef Sashimi and Foie Gras

Mini Quiches with Mushrooms, Mozzarella and Pine Nuts


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