The perfect New Year's Eve menu features a little something for everyone. Below you'll find plenty of nibbles that are said to bring good fortune, such as grapes, greens and lentils. These tasty bites will keep bellies full all night long so you and your guests can enjoy plenty of bubbly when the clock strikes 12. Here's what to eat on New Year's Eve:
Greens resemble money so be sure to have plenty of them around on New Year's Eve. Here's hoping these crostini topped with sautéed kale and mascarpone bring you good fortune.
VIETNAMESE SPRING ROLLS
Kick up your New Year's Eve menu with these scrumptious Vietnamese spring rolls filled with pork (which many people believe symbolizes progress), shrimp, glass noodles and shiitake mushrooms.
POTATO SALAD WITH GOAT CHEESE
Eating 12 grapes at midnight is a symbol of good luck for the Spanish and Portuguese. Honor that tradition with this delicious potato salad paired with red onions, goat cheese, herbs and grapes.
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