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Stir-fry Chinese Leeks with Roast Pork

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On the 15th day of Chinese New Year is also known as “Yuan Xiao Festival” or “Lantern Festival”. On this day is also the Chinese version of “Valentine’s Day” and marks the end of the Chinese New Year celebration. Good luck to all the young unmarried ladies and men in your search for a life partner on this special day. View more

Pan-fried Chinese Meat Dumpling Crescent-shaped Bao (Pao) Style

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Legend has it said that the more Chinese dumpling you eat during Chinese New Year celebration, you can make more money in the New Year. The reason for View more

Stir-fry Vegetarian Ee Fu Noodles (Longevity Noodles)

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This year at my Chinese New Year Reunion Dinner I am going  to serve my family and guests with my vegetarian noodle dish, and for the first time View more

Singapore Pineapple Roll

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I cannot remember how many time did I make this popular tarts/rolls for the Chinese New Year celebration, but anyway, I hope this one is different View more

Buddha’s Delight (Luohan Cai)

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Buddha’s Delight is a vegetarian dish in modern language, in Mandarin is “Luohan Cai” and is traditionally served on Lunar New Year Day. It is basically consist of View more

Deep-fried Shrimp with Salt and Pepper in Chinese Style

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I also like to recommend this dish for the Reunion Dinner. The Chinese believes that by eating this dish, it will bring you with View more

Huat Kueh (Fortune Cake)

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The word “Huat” means “Fortune” and “Kueh” means “Cake” and of course, this cake is served during the Chinese New Year celebration. So most Chinese family in Southeast Asia like Singapore and Malaysia this cake will definitely View more

Ang Ku Kueh (Red Tortoise Cake)

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In the Chinese culture, Red is traditionally used as a symbol of “joy and happiness” whereas the tortoise symbolizes View more

Sweet & Sour Pork Spareribs

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Since the word “Sour” in Cantonese dialect sounds like the word for “Grandchildren” and they believe that serving this “Sweet & Sour” dish will helps View more

Red Bean Soup

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You’ll see red everywhere during the Chinese New Year celebration or any auspicious day in the Chinese calendar. Red color is a powerful symbol of

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