Longevity Noodles for Chinese New Year -  Very simple and easy to make. Was okay as a main dish, would definitely use it as a side dish next time.

Longevity Noodles for The Lunar New Year! This recipe literally takes 15 minutes! Here's to good luck and a long and happy life!

Top 25 Chinese New Year Recipes | omnivorescookbook.com

Top 25 Chinese New Year Recipes

Top 25 Chinese New Year Recipes - A delicious roundup to share cooking inspiration based on my understanding of Chinese New Year, as a Beijinger.

Chinese New Year Special – Traditional Steamed Fish (清蒸魚) | Yi Reservation

Chinese New Year Special – Traditional Steamed Fish (清蒸魚)

Authentic Chinese cuisine and local street food favorites Chinese New Year Special – Traditional Steamed Fish (清蒸魚)

Chinese Mango Pudding is creamy, smooth, and full of sweet mango flavor. Plus it's simple to make. A great dessert for Chinese New Year! #WokWednesday #sponsored

Easy Chinese Mango Pudding is creamy, smooth, and full of sweet mango flavor. The perfect ending to an easy dinner with PF Chang’s Home Menu® skillet meals and appetizers.

Chinese New Year Nian Gao (Sweet sticky rice cake). Steamed sticky rice cake commonly seen during Chinese New Year celebration

Kue Bakul (Chinese Nian Gao/Sweet Sticky Rice Cake) - 4 of 5-inch round nian gao

No fuss and easy way to make Kue Bakul. Made of glutinous/sticky rice flour and steamed for hours and hours. These are wrapped in banana leaves.

Kok Chai (Mini Peanut Puffs) are a traditional Chinese New Year snack prepared to symbolize abundant wealth. They are sweet, crunchy, and fun to eat. | MalaysianChineseKitchen.com

Kok Chai (Mini Peanut Puffs)

Kok Chai (Mini Peanut Puffs) are a traditional Chinese New Year snack prepared to symbolize abundant wealth. They are sweet, crunchy, and fun to eat.

Recipe: Chinese New Year Crispy Triangles (角仔) These sound so good!

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These traditional Chinese Peanut Cookies are sweet morsels of peanutty goodness that crumble and melt in your mouth. This popular Chinese New Year treat is so easy to make and irresistibly delicious.

These traditional Chinese Peanut Cookies are sweet morsels of peanutty goodness that crumble and melt in your mouth. This popular Chinese New Year treat is so easy to make and irresistibly delicious.

Asian Cucumber Salad - Chinese New Year, Easter | ShesCookin.com

How to make beautiful tea eggs and a refreshing, cool, crisp Asian Cucumber Salad for your Chinese New Year celebrations.

Hong Kong Egg Cakes. My kids love these cakes and we always buy them from the food stands whenever we see them.

Hong Kong Egg Cakes (Gai Daan Jai - 鷄蛋仔)

Learn how to make Hong Kong egg cakes at home with an egg waffle pan. Egg cakes or egg waffles is a popular street snack in Chinatowns around the world.

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These almond cookies are healthier and lighter than the usual butter and sugar loaded cookies. They are butter-free, shortening-free, milk-free and egg-free (if

Top 10 Chinese New Year Food in the Philippines by https://blog.gourmetsociety.ph/top-10-popular-chinese-new-year-food-in-the-philippines

Top 10 Chinese New Year Food in the Philippines by https://blog.gourmetsociety.ph/top-10-popular-chinese-new-year-food-in-the-philippines

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. | MalaysianChineseKitchen.com

Kuih Bangkit (Tapioca Cookies)

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.

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