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Food 15 Quick & Easy Kebab Recipes

01:01  31 january  2020
01:01  31 january  2020 Source:   eatthis.com

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While often referred to as “Chinese New Year” for its connection to the Chinese lunisolar calendar, the Lunar New Year is actually observed throughout much of Asia, including Korea, Singapore, and Vietnam, just to name a few, making it one of the largest celebrations in the world.

a tray of food: The go-to Chinese filling: juicy pork mixed with the fresh onion flavor of garlic chives. Try to find a fatty blend of ground pork; it will improve the filling's flavor and juiciness. Chopped garlic chives, which have a peppery raw-garlic flavor, and fresh ginger cut through the rich meat. Make sure the dumplings are completely sealed and devoid of air bubbles to prevent any leaks during boiling. This recipe is adapted from The Dumpling Galaxy Cookbook. Get the recipe for Boiled Pork and Chive Dumplings »© Heami Lee The go-to Chinese filling: juicy pork mixed with the fresh onion flavor of garlic chives. Try to find a fatty blend of ground pork; it will improve the filling's flavor and juiciness. Chopped garlic chives, which have a peppery raw-garlic flavor, and fresh ginger cut through the rich meat. Make sure the dumplings are completely sealed and devoid of air bubbles to prevent any leaks during boiling. This recipe is adapted from The Dumpling Galaxy Cookbook. Get the recipe for Boiled Pork and Chive Dumplings »

As families gather to exchange wishes for good fortune and cash-filled red envelopes, they also enjoy a wide range of delicious and auspicious foods intended to usher in prosperity and health in the year to come, like long noodles representing longevity and steamed whole fish, which signify abundance. We’ve rounded up 15 of our favorite lunar new year recipes, including traditional Chinese recipes and Asian recipes, that are perfect for ringing in the Year of the Rat.

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a bowl of food on a plate: Chinese Steamed Pork Buns (Char Siu Bao)© Matt Taylor-Gross Chinese Steamed Pork Buns (Char Siu Bao)

Boiled Pork and Chive Dumplings

The go-to Chinese filling: juicy pork mixed with the fresh onion flavor of garlic chives. Try to find a fatty blend of ground pork; it will improve the filling’s flavor and juiciness. Chopped garlic chives, which have a peppery raw-garlic flavor, and fresh ginger cut through the rich meat. Make sure the dumplings are completely sealed and devoid of air bubbles to prevent any leaks during boiling. This recipe is adapted from The Dumpling Galaxy Cookbook. Get the recipe for Boiled Pork and Chive Dumplings »

a bowl of food on a plate: Shanghai Stir-Fried Rice Cakes (Chao Nian Gao)© Ingalls Photography Shanghai Stir-Fried Rice Cakes (Chao Nian Gao)

Chinese Steamed Pork Buns (Char Siu Bao)

Cornstarch adds a silkiness to bao dough, mimicking the bleached, low-protein flour commonly used in Chinese bakeries (but harder to find in supermarkets). Lard adds tenderness, richness, and a subtle porky finish. Get the recipe for Chinese Steamed Pork Buns (Char Siu Bao) »

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Shanghai Stir-Fried Rice Cakes (Chao Nian Gao)

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Steamed Whole Fish with Dried Tangerine Peel and Fennel

At Nom Wah Tu restaurant in New York City, chef Jonathan Wu removes all of the bones from whole fish before steaming and serving it family style. Bones or not, remember to transport the fish carefully once cooked, since the meat will be very delicate and flaky. “It’s also important to leave leftovers for the next day,” Wu says, “because this signifies that prosperity will overflow [into the new year].” Get the recipe for Steamed Whole Fish with Dried Tangerine Peel and Fennel »

a plate of food on a table: Steamed Whole Fish with Dried Tangerine Peel and Fennel© Katherine Whittaker Steamed Whole Fish with Dried Tangerine Peel and Fennel

Cong Bao Rou Si (Stir-Fried Pork with Leeks)

a bowl of food on a plate: Cong Bao Rou Si (Stir-Fried Pork with Leeks)© Kat Craddock Cong Bao Rou Si (Stir-Fried Pork with Leeks)

This recipe employs a “reverse” stir-fry technique, in which the vegetables are cooked before the meat. It tends to be forgiving for a novice stir-fryer, since vegetables release water as they cook and won’t stick the way that meat will if the wok isn’t quite hot enough. Get the recipe for Cong Bao Rou Si (Stir-Fried Pork with Leeks) »

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Vietnamese Lettuce Wraps

a plate of food on a table: Vietnamese Lettuce Wraps© Maxime Iattoni Vietnamese Lettuce Wraps

A fragrant and satisfying appetizer (as well as an excellent use for leftover roast pork and poached or steamed shrimp), these flavorful bundles are great dipped in nuoc cham, a sweet and spicy Vietnamese sauce. Get the recipe for Vietnamese Lettuce Wraps »

Cold Sesame Noodles

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a bowl of pasta sits on a plate: Cold Sesame Noodles© Maxime Iattoni Cold Sesame Noodles

Chinese Tea Eggs

Chinese Tea Eggs© Todd Coleman Chinese Tea Eggs

Cooked in a flavorful marinade of soy sauce, star anise, and cinnamon, these tea-stained eggs are a Lunar New Year staple and a favorite everyday snack in China. Get the recipe for Chinese Tea Eggs »

Daikon Cake with Garlic Hoisin Sauce (Luo Go Bao)

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Sticky Rice and Almond Cake (Nian Gao)

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Pork Riblets Simmered in Caramel Sauce

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Rice Cakes Stuffed with Coconut and Brown Sugar (Yi Bua)

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Cantonese Wonton Noodle Soup

a piece of cake sitting on top of a box: Daikon Cake with Garlic Hoisin Sauce (Luo Go Bao)© Todd Coleman Daikon Cake with Garlic Hoisin Sauce (Luo Go Bao)

To form single-bite wontons, be sure to restrict the filling amount to 1 teaspoon. (This recipe includes a few extra wonton wrappers in case of breakage or dryness.) Keeping the pork well-chilled will help you cut it into the required fine texture for the filling. Get the recipe for Cantonese Wonton Noodle Soup »

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