Not every country celebrates the new year on January 1. It begins on February 16 for the Chinese. In 2018, they celebrate the Year of the Dog. Along with lavish decorations, parades, and gift exchanges, Chinese New Year features traditional foods for "good luck".
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In this turnip cake recipe, a delicious mixture of turnips, shrimp, mushrooms and sausage is fitted into a cake pan and steamed until firm. The steamed cake is then sliced thickly into squares and pan-fried until crisp on the outside.
Spring rolls are the quintessential Asian-style appetizer. This version features a filling of savory pork, cabbage, carrots, mushrooms, and plenty flavorful spices. They are easy to roll and deep-fry to a crispy delight. Serve them with the sweet and spicy dip.
The sweet rice balls, also known as “Nuomici” is a Chinese pastry. The starring ingredient here is the glutinous rice that Chinese often use in their festive foods. If you are looking for easy recipes for the beginners, you must give it a try. As all you need is mixing up the ingredients, steam and then make balls.
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