Chinese New Year 2012 is here, and starts tomorrow!
Based on the lunar calender, the specific date for the Chinese New Year changes every year. While it is the start of the spring season in China, and one of their biggest festivals, these festivities are widely celebrated all over the world. It marks an eclectic mix of traditions, beliefs, their superstitions and symbols and of course, family feasts to go along with all dragon dances and fireworks, rooted deep in ancient Chinese customs.
Whether you are preparing for a family feast or entertaining your friends for the Chinese New Year, Recipebridge features a plethora of recipes for traditional foods that go around this time of the year or newer twists on those to create a gourmet symbolic meal. Some of our picks here are:
- Nian Gao (Sticky Rice Pudding Cake) Recipes
- Fish and Meat Balls Recipes
- Sweetened Lotus Root Recipes
- Chinese Vegetables Recipes
- Chinese Dumplings Recipes
- Congee Recipes
- Glutinous Rice Balls Recipes
- Chinese Oyster Recipes
- Chinese Almond Cookies Recipes