A warm and filling bowl of congee. What you put in it is entirely up to you.
Red bean mochi cakes - surprisingly easy to make!
Turnip or Radish Cake with Chinese Sausages - with step-by-step photos
Pineapple Rolls - one commonly found cookie during Chinese New Year
What to do with all that leftover Roast Pork from Chinese New Year dinners? Steam it with some shrimp paste for a tasty dish where a little goes a long way!
Luxurious braised abalone for Chinese New Year.
When Green Tea Meets Butter Cookies
A must during Chinese New Year - pineapple rolls
Hot and Sour Soup
Chinese tea eggs, to bring prosperity in the Year of the Tiger
Almond Jelly, a sophisticated take on a Chinese favourite Light and delicate - perfect to round off your lunar new year banquet.
How to make char siu bao at home: start with char siu and scallions.
Kueh Lapis also means Layer Cake. In prune version sometimes, this cake is also popular during Chinese New Year.
Chinese Restaurant Almond Cookies for Chinese New Year - 2010 is the year of the Tiger!
Chinese New Year's sweets: Sesame seed balls
Chocolate Raspberry Wonton Parcels
Szechuan Roasted Chicken with Fennel and Apple pickle - perfect for the reunion dinner with the family on Chinese New Year !
Chap Chye Th'ng / Nyonya Vegetable soup is my grandmother's recipe and always a favorite feature on our Chinese New Year's eve dinner spread.
Spicy Mandarin Orange Juice Recipe - For using up the extra oranges that may be lying around after the Chinese New Year visitings.
Ginger Sesame Snaps
Angku kuih (a traditonal chinese cake made out of glutinous rice flour, and a green bean filling) to usher in the year of the Tiger.
The best thing about Chinese New Year? Malaysian Pineapple Tarts!
Year of the Tiger 2010 Bento!
Pineapple rolls or Nastar for the Lunar New Year.
[recipe] Vietnamese Beef Fondue (Bo Nhung Dam)
Pineapple tarts and strawberry hearts. Hearts win! ;)
A Chinese rice cake for Chinese New Year, in both traditional and coconut versions!
A tapioca cookie that will melt in your mouth as well as melt the heart of your Valentine!
A perfect Chinese New Year / Valentine's Day dish - Flowering Chives, which symbolize eternity
Stir fry glass noodles with eggs and vegetables!
Perfect Chinese New Year dish!
Martha Stewart's Chicken Satay with Peanut Chutney Sauce
dumpling? wonton? if they're pan fried then steamed, they're potstickers! these are from Martha Stewart
At room temp, or slightly warm, this delicious bread dip is a favorite Thai street snack which can be made according to Ruhlman's Ratio.