15 Traditional New Year’s Recipes For Good Luck

It’s the start of a new year! Each country and family has its own customs and traditions for ringing in the new year. On New Year’s Eve, however, one thing remains the same: we all prepare a dinner table full of food. It’s because, in every tradition, preparing a New Year’s Day dinner will bring you good luck in the next year.

With that in mind, here are 15 traditional New Year’s Eve recipes for good luck! 

15. Aunt Bee’s Hoppin’ John

Just like any good Southerner, serve a Lucky New Year’s dinner — complete with pork, greens, and Aunt Bee’s Hoppin’ John! The easy rice dish comes together quickly (thanks to a few shortcuts) and is the perfect way to complete your meal!

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14. Smoky Sweet Vegan Collard Greens

These smoky sweet vegan collard greens are the perfect side dish for barbecue or dairy-free mac and cheese. With a slight sweetness by way of dried cranberries, they have a lovely rounded flavor. Vegan & gluten-free.

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13. Easy Collard Greens – Tender & Garlicky

This is my go-to collard greens recipe. These easy collard greens have a richness about them and a melt-in-your-mouth quality. Vegan & gluten-free side dish.

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12. Vegan Hoppin’ John 

Happy New Year! Celebrate with bowl of vegan Hoppin’ John for a prosperous year ahead.

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11. Hoppin’ John Burgers With Tempeh Bacon And Spicy Aioli

Ring in the new year with vegan Hoppin’ John Burgers with Tempeh Bacon and Spicy Aioli! It has all of the flavors of the classic dish in one tasty sandwich.

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10. Black Eyed Peas Salad w/ Baby Power Green

Black Eyed Peas Salad w/ Baby Power Greens – start off the New Year with good health and a lucky streak thanks to black eyed peas and leafy greens – both traditionally considered “lucky” foods.

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9. Smoky Cajun Black Eyed Peas Pasta 

Smoky Cajun Black Eyed Peas Pasta is sure to bring you health and wealth in the coming year.

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8. Breton Beans (Fasolka po Bretonsku) w/ Kielbasa 

Breton Beans (Fasolka po Bretonsku) with Kielbasa and Tomatoes is a super comforting dish for these cold winter days. Use black eyed peas to welcome New Year the traditional way.

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7. Instant Pot Black Eyed Pea Soup

A modern twist on a southern classic! This Instant Pot black eyed pea soup is chock-full of all the fixings, only it’s ready to go in half the time!

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6. Simple Black-Eyed Pea Salad

Perfect for lunch, a side dish, or even a light supper, you’re going to love this Simple Black-Eyed Pea Salad because it’s delicious and so easy to make.

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5. Slow Cooker Sausage and Cabbage

Slow Cooker Sausage and Cabbage is a easy crock pot recipe ready in 6 hours! Add Sweet Italian Sausage links and vegetables (potatoes, cabbage, carrots and onion!) into your slow cooker for a delicious comfort meal!

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4. Mongolian Buuz (Steamed Meat Dumplings) 

Nothing says Mongolian food like a plate of Buzz, also known as steamed Mongolian dumplings.  These tasty little meat pockets are served by street vendors and home cooks alike, and they’re traditionally made for Mongolian lunar new years celebrations (Tsagaan Sar).  Buuz have all the elements of Mongolian cooking wrapped into one dumpling.  They’re usually made with fatty mutton, as is most food in Mongolia.  They’re also simply spiced, so the flavors of the meat shine through.

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3. Ham Black-Eyed Pea Soup With Collard Greens

Brrr… It’s been rather chilly the last few days, leaving me craving any kind of hearty soup. I love Ham Black-Eyed Pea Soup with Collard Greens since it’s thick and creamy. The perfect comfort food on a cold day.

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2. Black Eyed Pea Dip Recipe 

Black Eyed Pea Dip is perfect for New Year’s Day or any time of the year! This healthy dish is made with corn, bell pepper, avocado, and a tangy dressing.

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1. Grandpa Joel’s Vegan Ham Hocks and Beans 

My Grandpa Joel’s Vegan Ham Hocks and Beans are a New Year’s Day tradition in my family—they’re said to bring good luck!

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15 Traditional New Year's Recipes For Good Luck

15 Traditional New Year's Recipes For Good Luck

It's the start of a new year! Each country and family has its own customs and traditions for ringing in the new year. On New Year's Eve, however, one thing remains the same: we all prepare a dinner table full of food. It's because, in every tradition, preparing a New Year's Day dinner will bring you good luck in the next year.

Ingredients

  • Aunt Bee’s Hoppin’ John
  • Smoky Sweet Vegan Collard Greens
  • Easy Collard Greens – Tender & Garlicky
  • Vegan Hoppin’ John

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