Celebrate the Chinese New Year with these tasty recipes
The Chinese New Year is just around the corner, and whether you’re celebrating with friends or want try something new in the kitchen, these recipes are the perfect way to honor the occasion.
If a sweet treat is what you’re craving, try this recipe for Chinese Almond Cookies (shown above) from Dessert Now Dinner Later. The simple ingredients create a crisp, buttery treat that your family or friends will rave about.
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You’ll only need four ingredients to make Chinese Fa Gao, also called Fortune Cake, a pastry traditionally consumed during the Chinese New Year. Follow this recipe from China Sichuan Food, then pat yourself on the back for trying something new.Photo courtesy China Sichuan Food
Add a twist to fortune cookies by making your own at home, then writing your own fortunes to hand out to your loved ones. This guide by Figs & Pigs includes a recipe as well as fortune ideas.