Chinese New Year Recipes: What to eat if you want more money!

Steamy Kitchen
Thu, 19 Jan 2017 14:23:14 +0000
Chinese New Year begins Saturday, January 28th – it’s the Year of the Rooster!<br /><br />Because the Chinese in particular are extremely superstitious, there are “rules” for what to do and eat (and NOT) to usher in the New Year and ward off bad spirits. (click for larger image)<br /><br /> <br /><br />Gong Hay Fat Choy!<br /><br />From top left:<br /><br />From top left:<br /><br />See more Chinese New Year Recipes on Steamy Kitchen!<br /><br />Thai Larb Lettuce Cups from my good friends Diane and Todd of White on Rice Couple Dan Dan Mien from Jeannette’s Healthy Kitchen Jiaozi Dumplings – from my friends Nate & Mary Kate on Epicurious (who just came out with their Chinese cookbook Feeding the Dragon!) Chicken Lettuce Cups – Nate & Mary Kate on Epicurious Stir Fried Prawns with XO Sauce – Noob Cook Stir Fried Leeks with Vegetable – Noob Cook Chinese Almond Chicken – Appetite for China Braised Bok Choy – Taste Hong Kong Sichuan Wonton – Appetite for China Steamed Pork & Shrimp Dumplings (Sui Mai) – Flavor Explosions Steamed Chicken in Lotus Leaf – RasaMalaysia Stir Fried Pine Nuts with Corn and Peas – RasaMalaysia (dish means “full of gold and jade”) Stir Fried Broccoli and Scallop – RasaMalaysia (“richness and abundance”) Baked BBQ Pork Buns – RasaMalaysia Soy Sauce Chicken – RasaMalaysia (though serve your chicken whole & cut at table for Chinese New Year. Cooking a whole chicken or duck represents health — carving it before serving would meant to “cut” your health) Flank Steak with Fried Noodles – Food Network Ketchup Prawns – Sea Salt with Food Egg Dumplings – Show Shanti Homemade Chili Oil – Show Shanti Singapore Black Pepper Crab – Sea Salt with Food Chinese Long Beans – Washington Post (long beans = longevity) Chinese Almond Cookies – Simply Recipes (beautiful, Garrett, just beautiful!) Fortune Cookie Recipe – Martha Stewart Fortune Cookie Recipe video – Cookbook Maniac (love her tips for fortune cookies) Chocolate Fortune Cookies – Martha Stewart Vegetarian Buddha’s Delight – Epicurious Orange Peking Duck – recipe from Ken Hom, author of Ken Hom’s Top 100 Stir Fry Recipes Sweet & Sour Pork – recipe from Grace Young, author Breath of a Wok Buddha’s Delight with Tofu & Brocooli– Cooking Light Peanut Sesame Noodles – Appetite for China Soy Sauce Chicken – Appetite for China Water Chestnut Cake with Ginger – Appetite for China Dragon Well Tea Shrimp – Appetite for China Dan Dan Mian – Appetite for China Stir Fried Noodles, Taiwanese Style – Explore Hong Kong Chinese New Year Cake – Asian Grandmother’s Cookbook Scallion Pancakes – Tigers and Strawberries (perfect recipe. we made these many times) Chinese White Cut Chicken – Sunday Nite Dinner (serve your chicken whole & cut at table for Chinese New Year. Cooking a whole chicken or duck represents health — carving it before serving would meant to “cut” your health) Tea Smoked Duck – Cooking Channel Nian Gao Cake – Asian Grandmother’s Cookbook Shanghai Style Nian Gao – Donna Cooks (“rising higher each year” This dish is a must for our table – I love the soft, chewy noodles. This is also one of my Dad’s hometown dishes) Stir Fried Shanghai Nian Gao – mmm-yoso Lion’s Head Meatballs – NY Times (lion = strength; big round meatballs = family togetherness) Fuscshia Dunlop’s Braised Pork Belly – Cookbook Maniac Chinese Walnut Cookies – Lily’s Wai Sek Hong Paper Lined Cup Sponge Cake – Lily’s Wai Sek Hong Dragon Cookies – Lily’s Wai Sek Hong (love this idea – we’ll make these dragon cookies w/my kids) Almond Cookie Cresents – Lily’s Wai Sek Hong Double Sided Gold Noodles – Lily’s Wai Sek Hong (one of my favorite noodles as a kid) Steamed Pork Bun Recipe + how to fold Chinese buns video – Christine’s Recipes Braised Chinese Mushrooms – Christine’s Recipes (easy dish to make, we always have whole Chinese mushrooms on CNY) Egg Custard Pastry – Christine’s Recipes (with a cheater crust! brilliant) Stir Fried Glutinous Rice – Christine’s Recipes Stir Fried Broccoli with Fish Fillet – Christine’s Recipes Tomato Chili Prawns – Christine’s Recipes (shrimp = laughter and joy) Butter Cookies – Christine’s Recipes Braised Chinese Mushrooms – Christine’s Recipes Baked Coconut Cake – Christine’s Recipes Radish Cake – Christine’s Recipes<br /><br />The post Chinese New Year Recipes: What to eat if you want more money! appeared first on Steamy Kitchen Recipes.
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