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Nian Gao (Chinese New Year Rice Cake)

Nian gao, or 'year cake', is a sticky rice cake which represents prosperity; the words 'nian gao' sounds like 'getting higher year on year'. It’s also a popular gift to give when visiting family and friends during the holiday.

Five Spice Roasted Chicken

Five-spice powder is a mixture of ground star anise, cloves, Chinese cinnamon, Sichuan peppercorns, and fennel seeds. This traditional Christmas recipe is worth dying for!

Szechuan Hot & Sour Soup

This classic Chinese hot and sour soup recipe is quick and easy to make, full of delicious flavor and easy to make a vegetarian version! It’s guaranteed to warm you up in the most delicious of ways on chilly winter nights!

Fried Shrimp Wonton

Fried shrimp wontons - crispy wontons filled with shrimp and cream cheese are popular dim sum found at Chinese restaurants. Make them at home with this easy recipe!

Chop Suey Chicken Stir Fry

Chop Suey – a saucy chicken stir fry loaded with tender pieces of chicken, vegetables and smothered in Chinese brown sauce just like you get at the best Chinese restaurants! Use any vegetables you want in this quick and easy stir fry.

Char Siu Pork

Aromatic, smoky, savoury & a little sweet, Cantonese classic dish Char Siu (Chinese BBQ pork) is one of the tastiest ways to roast pork. Char Siu can be enjoyed on its own or with Rice, Noodles and Bao!

Kung Pao Chicken

Sweet, sour and a little spicy, this meal tastes like home! Coated in a simple kung pao sauce that delivers the dish’s signature salty tang, the chicken is served over steamed rice with stir-fried vegetables for a complete meal.

Hoisin Beef Stir-Fry

This Chinese Beef Stir Fry recipe requires just simple ingredients for the perfect comfort food! Healthy and low in calories, quick and easy to make. (plus totally customizable!)

Shanghai Sweet & Sour Spareribs with Asian Coleslaw

Easy to make spareribs, served with Asian slaw as a fresh and crunchy side. Truly delicious!

Spring Rolls

You’ve never really had a Spring Roll until you’ve tried homemade ones! It may seem daunting to try your hand at but spring roll wrapper is easier to handle than most doughs. Just follow the recipe!

Moo Shu Pork

Moo shu originated in the northern part of China, and has been popular in America since the 1960's. This dish consists of meat cooked with cabbage and eggs in a light sauce. It is typically served with a side of warm Mandarin style pancakes.

Peking Duck

Peking duck is an iconic Beijing dish, consisting of thin pieces of tender, roasted duck meat and crispy skin wrapped in a thin crepe, along with sliced vegetables and hoisin sauce.

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