New Year's Day hangover brunch dishes that you need to make
Feeling rough? Get stuck in to one (or more) of these beauties (Picture: Various)

It’s the first day of the year and you’re probably recovering from last night’s heavy-duty celebrations.

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What you need is a curative Bloody Mary and some hearty food to energise you for the day ahead.

Here are some delicious brunch recipes to try.

1. Spicy chickpea shakshuka

Grab some sourdough bread to dip into the tasty, warming sauce – you’ll be as right as rain after this.

Recipe by The Petite Cook

2. Italian eggs in purgatory

This Italian variation on shakshuka is surprisingly simple to make and utterly delicious.

Make sure you have plenty of bread to mop up the sauce.

Recipe by Beauty And The Foodie

3. Gluten-free almond butter waffles with caramelised bananas

This is a gluten-free recipe, but you can use normal waffle batter if you like.

Tuck into crispy waffles drenched in maples syrup or honey with bananas for extra energy.

Recipe by Eat Cook Explore

4. Nutella French toast roll-ups

Who doesn’t love Nutella?

This is a winning combination for brunch.

Recipe by Munchies And Munchkins

5. Masala scrambled eggs

Eggs are a must for brunch – try this version with a spicy kick.

Recipe by Joshi Cooks

6. Hangover breakfast taco

The name says it all.

Lots of different flavours, all wrapped up in a taco.

Recipe by The Two Bananas

7. Kedgeree with boiled eggs

The ultimate comfort dish of warming kedgeree.

This Anglo-Indian meal of smoked fish and spicy rice is a real crowd pleaser.

Recipe by Proper Foodie

8. Green berry granola smoothie bowl

If you can’t face cooking, then whip up this smoothie bowl.

It has all the nutrients and vitamins you need to kick-start your day.

Recipe by Savory Simple

9. Egg, bacon and cream cheese bagel brunch

Not just your ordinary bacon butty and so easy to make.

Add eggs and cream cheese and serve it on a bagel for brunch.

Recipe by Beach Hut Cook

10. Kimchi fried rice

The ultimate hangover cure – make a big bowl of this aromatic, spicy, Korean fried rice dish with kimchi (fermented cabbage, onions and garlic).

Once you’ve tried this, it will become your go-to after-boozing brunch.

Recipe by My Korean Kitchen

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