Top 10 American Traditional New Year Food
New Year is here and if you are particular about ushering in the year with traditional fare, just read on for the top 10 American traditional New Year food...
10 New Year Food to Try this Year
This is one food which is hard to give a miss. Made by beating eggs, sugar, heavy cream and milk into a frothy mixture, this dish is best refrigerated for 5 to 10 days to get the flavors somewhat mellowed and served with vanilla ice cream and nutmeg garnish. Slurrrp!
New Year's Native Soup
To make this traditional American New Year food, cover and simmer together in a pot, water some softened lima beans, onions, parsley, tomatoes, chili pepper flakes and salted pork with salt seasoning. Simple, nutritious and definitely D-E-L-I-C-I-O-U-S!
Blue Corn Mush
A hot and sweet New Year food made with blue cornmeal and loads of bacon grease or butter, this dish tastes heavenly when seasoned with paprika and honey.
American Fry Bread
These ring shaped soft breads taste out of the world when served with jelly, honey, brown sugar and cinnamon.
New Year Pudding
A top 10 American traditional food entrée to die for! This much awaited creamy cornmeal dessert comes loaded with raisins, molasses, spices, butter and becomes the ultimate show stealer when served with ice cream or whipped cream.
A Three Sisters Salad
This wholesome salad includes assorted beans and bell peppers, fresh corn, squash, onions and garlic with a seasoning of oregano and dressing of honey, cider vinegar and olive oil is an all time favorite.
A baked delicacy with sausage and cheese as its major attractions has been a popular entrée in the New Year dinner table since historic times.
Black-Eyed Pea Salad
This salad recipe created with black eyed peas, avocado, jalapenos, green peppers, green onions, cilantro and Italian salad dressing has had a rocking presence during the New Year feasts since time immemorial.
These soft confections with the warm and fudgy smell of cocoa, rum and vanilla have a lot of nostalgia attached to them that flood back all the best childhood memories.
New Year's Eve Cupcakes Recipe
These vanilla frosted cupcakes with a colorful sprinkle of jimmies and flutes of champagne to go with, set the right mood for celebrating the dawn of the coming Year!
These 10 American traditional New Year food can turn every party into a success.
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