Crispy Fried Wontons
What you find at the hawkers, can now be cooked from the comfort of your own home! And it only takes 10 minutes or less if you move fast.
Sichuan Wontons for Chinese New Year
Udon noodles in a yummy homemade chicken broth flavoured with abalone sauce...
Homemade turnip cake (lo bak gao) for Chinese New Year. A traditional dish for my family on this holiday.
Yee Sang and Chinese New Year Feast
Shrimp and Chive Dumplings. Very light and easy to make.
A different way of serving turnip cake
Salty, chewy, crunchy, savory, and outrageously simple Scallion Pancakes.
Want to embrace the mood of the Lunar New Year? Celebrate with some Har Lok (虾烙): Tiger Prawns with Spicy Fermented Bean Sauce.
Black Sesame Macarons for Chinese New Year
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
Spicy Wonton with Peanut Sauce
Chinese roast pork in garlic and soy served with crisp lettuce.
Chinese bbq roasted pork (char siu)
Pineapple tarts for the Chinese New Year and Valentine's Day.
Mad about Matcha: green tea lamingtons made from the lightest of chiffon cakes, celebrating Chinese New Year in Sydney.
Happy Chinese New Year! Traditional Taiwanese Treats with a twist. Pineapple cakes with rosemary, vanilla and honey.
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.
Easy Tuna Rangoon
Traditional walnut and cashewnut cookies for the Chinese New Year celebrations. Makes you go nuts!
Banh Bao - steamed, but can also be baked!
Chinese Hazelnut Cookies - a slight twist to the popular Chinese New Year peanut cookies.
Steamed rabbit/bunny bun for Chinese New Year
Chinese taro and tapioca sweet soup. Starting the lunar new year off with the sweet way.
Tomato Chilli Prawns (Chinese New Year)
Tutorial on how to make chinese dumplings. Right in time for the new year!
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!
Step by step teaching you how to write "spring" in Chinese on a couplet cookie.
Fish maw soup for Chinese New Year.
Happy Chinese New Year!! This is steamed glutinous rice cake.
It's the eve of Lunar New Year. Have you made your pineapple tarts? These melt in your mouth with a tang!
[FEATURE] when attacked by sausage wontons, the best thing to do...is surrender
Fast Five Spice Beef Short Ribs