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Try these exotic New Year’s Eve dishes – they’re delicious and especially festive

There are many international employees at Amway, and some ABOs conduct business beyond Europe. Let’s celebrate this diversity and allow it to enrich our lives and business. Get inspired by different cultures with some international recipes and New Year traditions shared by our Amway colleagues. These global recipes and New Year celebrations will please everyone’s palate and sate the festive spirit of every guest at your New Year’s Eve event. Enjoy a suite of new dishes from various corners of the world that you can recreate all year long – from the comfort of your own home!

Pakistani Eggplant with Yoghurt Sauce

New Year celebrations in Pakistan usually involve house parties with friends and watching fireworks. Although most traditional Pakistani dishes are meat-based, this eggplant with yoghurt sauce is a delight everyone can enjoy. Easy to prepare and certain to please all party guests – what more could you want from a New Year’s Eve meal?
Muna Mohsin, Pakistan

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Russian Salad “Herring under a Fur Coat”

Amaze your guests with this colourful, decadent layered salad with a surprising taste sensation. And don’t tell your guests, but it is much easier to make than it looks. Save time by preparing the salad the day before and let the flavours infuse the dish before being devoured by guests. To follow full Russian tradition, on New Year’s Eve at midnight listen to the chimes of the Kremlin Tower on TV. On the 12th and final chime, say “Na Zdorovie” or “Happy New Year!” and exchange presents.
Vera Krylova, Russia

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Indian Chicken Biryani

In India, there are many festivities surrounding the New Year, but to save time for this special occasion, everything revolves around one main dish. With exotic spices, tender meat and mouthwatering rice, this chicken biryani will undoubtedly be a winner at your New Year’s Eve party. Choose whether to fill it with chicken, lamb or just vegetables, and don’t be sparse with spices.
Rohini Lahiri, India

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Codfish Accras with Papaya Gratin from Martinique

The festive season is really important in Martinique. It begins in November with pre-Christmas events, such as singing, eating and drinking traditional specialities, and generally ends on 1st January. Especially on 31st December, from clothes to food and drinks, only the best is good enough! In general, many big evenings out are organised, with champagne and great food buffets or at a restaurant, to celebrate in style and duly welcome the New Year! The dish Accras de morue is a traditional fried codfish fritter from the French West Indies, with African origin.
Tatiana Altmann, Martinique

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