Orange Chicken Wings inspired by the Chinese Orange Chicken. Deliciously saucy and crispy at the same time!
Celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year with this tasty, Lucky Cat Martini! The perfect blend of vanilla vodka, pineapple and Chambord!
Mom’s Best Lamb Dumplings - super moist dumplings with lamb, carrot and zucchini fillings
Delicate white fish stir fried with ginger, garlic, chilies and vegetables in a deliciously silky sauce
Marbled Chinese Tea Eggs. Easy to make and traditional for Chinese New Year!
Orange and almond black rice salad is served with snap peas, cabbage and ginger vinaigrette, full of flavor and crunch. Gluten free and vegan.
Happy lunar new year!! Celebrating with sweet potato mochi cakes filled with red bean paste.
This quick and easy version of Chap Chai (Stir Fry Mixed Vegetables) is suitable for every day or festive occasions. Vegetables may vary as desired.
Celebrate the Chinese New year with pork dim sum.
Waffle Cone Fortune Cookies.
Vegan Wild Mushroom & Daikon Radish Cake
Delicious and flavorful sesame ginger soba noodles is a super easy dish to customize and comes together quickly in just 20 minutes. You won't have to order takeout with this dish.
General Tso's Chicken
Kirsch battered pineapple fritters with a sweet syrup are a stalwart dessert on virtually every Chinese takeaway. They’re surprisingly easy to make yourself at home for a Chinese New Year dessert.
Try your hand at these authentic Chinese dumplings for your Chinese New Year celebrations. Experiment with ingredients and dipping sauces as you please.
Beef & Green Bean Stir Fry
Vegetarian Hot & Sour Soup is the perfect comfort dish for a winter's day. The soup is filling but healthy, with colourful vegetables and fresh flavours
Famous Hong Kong dim sum treat is made with diakon radish and is tender on inside and crispy on outside, happily gluten-free and vegan.
Almond Cookies - butter-free, milk-free, shortening free and egg free (if you omit the egg wash).
Fluffy and colourful Chinese steamed cake using Hong Kong flour, egg and 7-up, to celebrate the Chinese New Year!
The Chinese eat Steamed Whole Fish on Chinese New Year as a symbol of good luck and prosperity for the year to come. Try it out at home with this quick and easy recipe!
Celebrate Chinese New Year with these buttery, melt in your mouth pineapple tarts.
Add a fun twist to a dinner party or surprise someone with a special message with homemade fortune cookies.
Slow simmered Leng Ngau Tong (Lotus Root Soup) flavored with broiled cuttlefish. It is a comforting soup to come home to at the end of the day.
Light, airy, and fragrant Kuih Bangkit (Tapioca Cookies) are a Chinese New Year favorite in Malaysia and Singapore. Uses only 5 ingredients with detailed video instructions.
Chile Spiced Chinese Noodles - With a simple secret ingredient, these noodle are the most delicious comfort food of all time.
Kuih Bangkit ~ Chinese New Year Cookies made from tapioca flour and coconut milk. The cookies just crumble and melt in the mouth the way it is meant to.
Sweet and succulent flower crab stir fried with delicate herbs, spices and sticky glutinous rice Chinese New Year Cakes (Nian Gao)
Chinese Pulled Beef cooked in the crockpot & served with courgette (zucchini) noodles.
Celebrate Chinese New Year with these melt in your mouth peanut cookies. So yum!
Braised Arrowheads With Mushrooms
Hazelnut Butter (Nutella) Mochi.
Chinese Spiced Roast Pork - an alternative to a traditional Sunday roast