tag: Chinese New year

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Happy Lantern

Happy Lantern's Festival with these bunny yuanxiao! Aren't they too cute to eat?

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Koi Fish Jelly

Koi Fish Jelly

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Mustard Green Chicken Soup is a popular Taiwanese new year dish.Mustard Green Chicken Soup is one of our traditional Taiwanese New Year dishes. The long stalk from the vegetable represents long life and it’s simply a great dis

Mustard Green Chicken Soup is a popular Taiwanese new year dish.Mustard Green Chicken Soup is one of our traditional Taiwanese New Year dishes. The long stalk from the vegetable represents long life and it’s simply a great dis

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Tasty and home-made Chinese dumplings with chicken!

Tasty and home-made Chinese dumplings with chicken!

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Lovely crunchy and fragrant walnut biscuit that is loved by the young and old.

Lovely crunchy and fragrant walnut biscuit that is loved by the young and old.

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Vegetarian dumpling soup. Happy Chinese New Year!

Vegetarian dumpling soup. Happy Chinese New Year!

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Homemade turnip cake (lo bak gao) for Chinese New Year. A traditional dish for my family on this holiday.

Homemade turnip cake (lo bak gao) for Chinese New Year. A traditional dish for my family on this holiday.

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Yee Sang and Chinese New Year Feast

Yee Sang and Chinese New Year Feast

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A different way of serving turnip cake

A different way of serving turnip cake

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Salty, chewy, crunchy, savory, and outrageously simple Scallion Pancakes.

Salty, chewy, crunchy, savory, and outrageously simple Scallion Pancakes.

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Black Sesame Macarons for Chinese New Year

Black Sesame Macarons for Chinese New Year

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Fa Gao is a Taiwanese new year dessert that we will usually eat or use it to pray to Buddha and hope he will bring us a good year. This dessert in Chinese is called “發糕 Fa-Gao”. It has meaning of “promotion” so we be

Fa Gao is a Taiwanese new year dessert that we will usually eat or use it to pray to Buddha and hope he will bring us a good year. This dessert in Chinese is called “發糕 Fa-Gao”. It has meaning of “promotion” so we be

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Chinese roast pork in garlic and soy served with crisp lettuce.

Chinese roast pork in garlic and soy served with crisp lettuce.

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Pineapple tarts for the Chinese New Year and Valentine

Pineapple tarts for the Chinese New Year and Valentine's Day.

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Mad about Matcha: green tea lamingtons made from the lightest of chiffon cakes, celebrating Chinese New Year in Sydney.

Mad about Matcha: green tea lamingtons made from the lightest of chiffon cakes, celebrating Chinese New Year in Sydney.

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Happy Chinese New Year! Traditional Taiwanese Treats with a twist. Pineapple cakes with rosemary, vanilla and honey.

Happy Chinese New Year! Traditional Taiwanese Treats with a twist. Pineapple cakes with rosemary, vanilla and honey.

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The Lunar New Year wouldn

The Lunar New Year wouldn't be complete without shui jiao, or boiled dumplings, which signify wealth and prosperity because of their resemblance to ancient Chinese currency.

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Traditional walnut and cashewnut cookies for the Chinese New Year celebrations. Makes you go nuts!

Traditional walnut and cashewnut cookies for the Chinese New Year celebrations. Makes you go nuts!

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Steamed rabbit/bunny bun for Chinese New Year

Steamed rabbit/bunny bun for Chinese New Year

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Tomato Chilli Prawns (Chinese New Year)

Tomato Chilli Prawns (Chinese New Year)

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Braised pig

Braised pig's trotters in vinegar and ginger. The Chinese like to cook pig's trotters at Chinese New Year as it symbolizes windfall/ gambling luck!

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Step by step teaching you how to write "spring" in Chinese on a couplet cookie.

Step by step teaching you how to write "spring" in Chinese on a couplet cookie.

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Fish maw soup for Chinese New Year.

Fish maw soup for Chinese New Year.

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Happy Chinese New Year!!  This is steamed glutinous rice cake.

Happy Chinese New Year!! This is steamed glutinous rice cake.

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Pineapple tarts and Kueh Bangkit for Chinese New Year

Pineapple tarts and Kueh Bangkit for Chinese New Year

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Salt and Pepper Squid with Garlic and Chillies: my take on one of my favourite dishes on the dim sum trolley.

Salt and Pepper Squid with Garlic and Chillies: my take on one of my favourite dishes on the dim sum trolley.

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The Best Pineapple Tarts Recipe Ever! From my great-grandmother

The Best Pineapple Tarts Recipe Ever! From my great-grandmother's kitchen :)

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Peanut Cookies for Chinese New Year

Peanut Cookies for Chinese New Year

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Soaked basil seeds used in Lotus Sweet Drink or Lin Chee Kang. Get ready to welcome the year of the Rabbit... this Chinese New Year

Soaked basil seeds used in Lotus Sweet Drink or Lin Chee Kang. Get ready to welcome the year of the Rabbit... this Chinese New Year

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Green onion/scallion pancakes

Green onion/scallion pancakes

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Chinese Peanut Cookies for the Chinese Lunar New Year

Chinese Peanut Cookies for the Chinese Lunar New Year

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I named this dish “Fortune Squid Blossom” because a flower blossom is regarded as a lucky thing in Chinese culture. Flowers in full bloom symbolize affluence and nobility. Here is my recipe for this "Fortune Squid Blossom" d

I named this dish “Fortune Squid Blossom” because a flower blossom is regarded as a lucky thing in Chinese culture. Flowers in full bloom symbolize affluence and nobility. Here is my recipe for this "Fortune Squid Blossom" d

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Traditional Chinese peanut cookies that melt in your mouth, into bits of nutty bliss oh-so addictive. There

Traditional Chinese peanut cookies that melt in your mouth, into bits of nutty bliss oh-so addictive. There's a secret to it, though, in which East meets West.

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A wonderful crunchy Cornflake Cookie Recipe for Chinese New Year. And whether you live in the US or SIngapore, I bet you have all the ingredients!

A wonderful crunchy Cornflake Cookie Recipe for Chinese New Year. And whether you live in the US or SIngapore, I bet you have all the ingredients!

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