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Roast Pork Lo Mein

Author: Diana Kuan

Steamed Fish With Ginger and Scallions

This is a classic preparation for a whole steamed fish. Serving whole fish during Chinese New Year symbolizes the wish for prosperity throughout the year.

Author: Hsiao-Ching Chou

Jasmine Rice with Garlic, Ginger, and Cilantro

An easy Jasmine Rice recipe with Garlic, Ginger, and Cilantro

Moo Shu Pork

Author: Shirley Cheng

Coconut Milk Sticky Rice with Mangoes

As with most of the sweets in Southeast Asia, you can eat Coconut Milk Sticky Rice as a snack or serve it as dessert.

Author: Jeffrey Alford

Thai Shrimp Halibut Curry

Author: Bon Appétit Test Kitchen

Lime Soy Ginger Sauce

Author: Ying Chang Compestine

Chicken Lettuce Cups

Chinese cooks don't use a lot of raw vegetables, but instead prefer to stir-fry or braise them. There are a few exceptions, however, and in Hong Kong cooks fill crisp iceberg lettuce leaves with savory...

Author: Mary Kate Tate

Fried Oysters

Jah Sang Ho - Oysters are one of those three fruits of the sea permissible to Buddhists and were therefore insisted upon for New Year lunch by my grandmother. Cooking them with a batter is traditional....

Author: Eileen Yin-Fei Lo

Soy Braised Chicken Wings

Dark soy sauce along with regular soy sauce is what gives these wings their rich color. We like to use all flats but a mix with drumettes or whole wings works too.

Author: Lisa Cheng Smith

Shrimp Cheung Fun (Rice Rolls)

The slightly sweet but mostly textural wrapper of the rice roll is the canvas for the sweetness of the shrimp.

Author: Wilson Tang

Lion's Head Casserole (Shih Tzu Tou)

This dish conveys the grandeur of formal Chinese dinners, but there's nothing intimidating about its preparation. The balance of flavors is sublime, and the presentation is striking - ruffled Napa cabbage...

Author: Lillian Chou

Pork Wontons With Sesame Sauce

This folding technique is easier than an elaborate pleated dumpling. Quickly boiling instead of frying them is a foolproof cooking method that gives you dumplings that are just as good at room temperature...

Author: Lisa Cheng Smith

3 Ingredient Homemade Fortune Cookies

How to make homemade fortune cookies that are fresher and more fun than the average takeout treat.

Author: Molly Baz

Traditional Napa Cabbage Kimchi

This is the mother of all kimchi. When Koreans say "kimchi," this is the kind that comes to everyone's minds. Good either fresh or fermented, it goes with everything from meats to noodles. You will need...

Author: Cecilia Hae-Jin Lee

Shrimp and Pork Pot Stickers

Crispy, golden, juicy pot stickers, stuffed with a classic Cantonese filling, are more than just delicious - they're also a symbol of prosperity for the coming year.

Udon With Chicken and Scallions

These udon noodles with chicken and scallions come together in under 30 minutes.

Author: Lillian Chou

Beef Lo Mein

It only takes 22 minutes to make classic savory beef lo mein at home.

Author: Rhoda Boone

Wilted Watercress with Garlic

Author: Andrea Reusing

Pork Dumplings

An easy Pork Dumplings recipe

Sticky Rice Balls Three Ways (汤圆: 鲜肉, 芝麻, 菜猪油 | tang yuán: xiān ròu, zhī ma, cài zhū yóu)

Shanghainese enjoy rice balls in both sweet and savory preparations. I love both, so I included them here. All Shanghainese buns and pastries have simple identifiers for telling the difference between...

Author: Betty Liu

Chinese Spareribs with Pineapple

This is one of my favorite classic Chinese dishes that my mom makes for Chinese New Year. It's easy to make and is very savory with rice!

Author: sugarnsp1ce

Taro Root Cake (Woo Tul Gow)

Author: Grace Young

Tangerine Beef

Author: Mary Kate Tate

Pork and Chive Dumplings

These dumplings are the most succulent we’ve ever had. The secret is in the quality of the meat: Reusing uses locally raised heritage breeds such as Berkshire or Ossabaw, but any free-range pork will...

Author: Andrea Reusing

Whole Black Bass with Ginger and Scallions

A whole fish, representing abundance, is almost always included on the celebratory Chinese table. Ours is flavored only lightly, with ginger and scallions, so as not to overpower the fresh taste of the...

Asian Noodles with Barbecued Duck Confit

Glazed with a mix of hoisin, lime juice, and Sriracha sauce, duck confit happily travels from France to China. This exciting dish blends the fresh flavors of carrots, long beans, and herbs with slithery...

Author: Paul Grimes

Dumpling Dipping Sauce

Use this simple sauce for dumplings.

Author: Sohui Kim

Chinese Steamed Daikon Cake

A traditional Chinese New Year favorite, this classic dish can also be enjoyed throughout the year. This is my adaptation of my grandmother's recipe. This recipe is absolutely delicious! Serve immediately...

Author: rubiness

Crispy Taiwanese Pork Cutlets

Flattening pork chops with the dull edge of a cleaver or heavy knife gives the surface an almost fluffy texture and helps the potato starch coating adhere.

Author: Lisa Cheng Smith

Easy Baked Chinese New Year Cake (Nian Gao)

This is an easy baked version of the Chinese New Year cake, which is traditionally steamed and pan-fried with egg. It is mildly sweet, crispy on the outside, and chewy on the inside.

Author: cookinkhoos

Spinach Dumplings With Tofu and Rice Noodles

Want showstopping presentation? Make homemade dumpling wrappers to stuff with a filling of spinach, hearty tofu, vermicelli, and fruity Sichuan peppercorns.

Author: Jason Wang

Red Braised Pork (Hong Shao Rou)

Author: Fuchsia Dunlop

Chilled Cinnamon Ginger Tea (Soojong Gwa)

Author: Cecilia Hae-Jin Lee

Spinach and Egg Dumplings

Recipe for homemade vegetarian dumplings filled with spinach and eggs.

Author: Helen You

Spicy Lemongrass Tofu

Author: Mai Pham

Longevity Noodles

The goal of longevity noodles is to create one long, slick, uniform strand, gently pulled over and over again until you get the right thickness.

Author: Jason Wang