This Sunday is Chinese New Year, the year of the s-s-s-snake! I haven’t fully researched what the forecast for the year will look like, but according to Chinese feng shui master, it’s best to wear a monkey around your neck to avoid getting bit by the snake. Here is a great infographic I created to show what to and not …
Short 2-minute video with step by step to make what my kids call “Taiwanese Spaghetti” – Taiwanese Noodles with Meat Sauce Recipe
Light, airy and crispy Chinese spring rolls – recipe from my Mom.
Recipe with step by step photos for Pork Belly Buns – learn a surprising cheater steamed bun recipe that my Mom taught me!
January 23rd is the Year of the Dragon! Year of the Dragon Prediction (from Chinese Fortune Calendar) “Dragon is a legendary animal and it is symbol of emperor in China. Since the Dragon is coated with mysterious color, Chinese consider that the dragon is unpredictable, untouchable and people cannot see its head and tail at the same time. Therefore, we can …
Step by step photos for authentic Shanghainese Chinese Fried Sticky Rice Cake (Nian Gao) Recipe.
Handpicked list of Chinese New Year Recipes plus learn what to eat and what not to eat!
A very simple 4-ingredient steamed Prosperity Cakes Recipe shared by Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan on my other site, New Asian Cuisine.
Authentic (but easy!) Chinese Egg Rolls Recipe from cookbook author Jaden Hair’s mother.
Chinese Broccoli Beef Recipe (from my cookbook!) on my other website, New Asian Cuisine.
Pan Fried Brussels Sprouts with Chinese Bacon Recipe on New Asian Cuisine
Dumpling skins are usually found frozen. Small, round siu mai dumpling (or potsticker) skins are the best, but you can also use square wonton skins. Look for these in the Asian market for best results. At regular grocery stores, I’ve seen “pasta sheets” marketed as dumpling or egg roll wrappers that are refrigerated in the produce section, usually next to …