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Fried Nian Gao

Nian Gao is a Chinese New Year food which symbolizes growth.

I had some leftover nian gao which had harden. So, I fried it up for snack. 117 more words


Turnip Cake (lo bak gow 羅白糕)

This is often eaten at dim sum or in Hong Kong congee restaurants. Chinese also eat it during Chinese New Year as well. Serve it with soya sauce and/or hot sauce. 226 more words

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Braised Duck & Vegetarian Lettuce Cups

One of Peter’s patients gave him two wild game birds as a present.  I couldn’t tell what type of birds they were.  They were a little smaller than a chicken, but from the slightly iridescent feathers that were deliberately left on the wings they looked more like ducks than chickens.  696 more words


Peanut Sauce Noodle

This is an interesting recipe. You can make this at least 5 hours in advance and it can be eaten warm or cold – hence making it an ideal party dish.  169 more words


Lucky Chinese Spring Rolls

Say goodbye to the Year of the Sheep and welcome in the Year of the Monkey! When it comes to Chinese New Year, to some, it’s all about the food. 724 more words


QiQi's Recipe 3: Eight-Treasure Rice Pudding 八宝饭 (2013.1.25)

Having an eight-treasure rice pudding in Chinese New Year is the symbol of family reunion, good luck and happiness. So, we usually buy one from a Chinese supermarket when we shop for Chinese New Year. 541 more words

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