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Blog: New Years dinner party ideas.

Not sure what to serve this New Years Eve? With the most popular night for a dinner party nearly upon us we thought we would share six healthy dishes that are sure to keep your guess satisfied.

Smokey aubergine salad would make the perfect addition to a generous sharing spread. Infused with the flavours of Persia, it's a little bit of middle-Eastern magic for you and your friends to enjoy. Start by roasting the aubergines and red peppers for 30 mins in the oven ( 180 degrees) then place on the grill , until they turn charcoal. When fully cooked let cook and then add crumbled feta and pomegranate with a drizzle of olive oil. Serve with flatbread.

Thai fishcakes are great party food as you can fry them in advance and keep warm in the oven. Ingredients include skinless, boneless pollock fillets, Thai curry paste, brown sugar, fish sauce, egg white, coriander leaves and green beans. Pan fry for a few minutes. Serve with a easy cucumber pickle sauce which adds an authentic Southeast Asian touch.

Veggie crisps anyone? You can use your  left over veggie peelings up as well as any loose left-over veg, and make epic crisps with an easy curry spice, perfect nibbles for a hungry crowd. It’s as easy as it sounds , pre hear the oven to 180 degrees and cook for 20 minutes. To ensure they don’t burn frequently and remove before the timer is up if they have.

If you're looking to make a light canapé this New Year's Eve, why not make avocado and prawn cocktail toasts. They're a modern twist on a prawn cocktail and count for one of your five a day. While they look fancy, they're easy and quick to make.

Red pepper and guacamole is super delicious and easy to make. Red bell peppers are extremely healthy. Although all bell peppers are nutritious, red varieties are particularly high in antioxidants. They are also rich in vitamin C. Avocados offer nearly 20 vitamins and minerals in every serving they are also low in sugar and contain fibre.

Thai fishcakes are great party food as you can fry them in advance and keep warm in the oven. Ingredients include skinless, boneless pollock fillets, Thai curry paste, brown sugar, fish sauce, egg white, coriander leaves and green beans. Pan fry for a few minutes. Serve with a easy cucumber pickle sauce which adds an authentic Southeast Asian touch.

Veggie crisps anyone? You can use your  left over veggie peelings up as well as any loose left-over veg, and make epic crisps with an easy curry spice, perfect nibbles for a hungry crowd. It’s as easy as it sounds , pre hear the oven to 180 degrees and cook for 20 minutes. To ensure they don’t burn frequently and remove before the timer is up if they have.

Avocado and prawn cocktail toasts If you're looking to make a light canapé this New Year's Eve, why not make this. It is a modern twist on a prawn cocktail and count for one of your five a day. While they look fancy, they're easy and quick to make.

Red pepper and guacamole is super delicious and easy to make. Red bell peppers are extremely healthy. Although all bell peppers are nutritious, red varieties are particularly high in antioxidants. They are also rich in vitamin C. Avocados offer nearly 20 vitamins and minerals in every serving they are also low in sugar and contain fibre.

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