A guide to making your own Chinese New Year Candy Box (Tray of Togetherness) and the significance of each treat placed in there.
These super yummy Lobak (Five-Spice Meat Rolls) are made with beancurd sheets, pork tenderloin, and spices. They are deliciously crispy on the outside and tender on the inside. Also very easy to prepare.
These Baked Spring Rolls filled with jicama, carrots, cabbage, and ground pork are just as delicious as their deep fried counterpart. They are crispy too!
These deliciously tender Slow Cooker Boiled Peanuts are super easy to prepare. Simply set it and allow the slow cooker to do its job.
This Malaysian style Pickled Papaya is usually eaten as a snack or appetizer. It is crunchy, tangy, slightly spicy, and deliciously addictive. A must-try!
These soft, moist, and salty Pressure Cooker Boiled Peanuts make a delicious snack any time of the day or year. Super easy to prepare.
Kok Chai (Mini Peanut Puffs) are a traditional Chinese New Year snack prepared to symbolize abundant wealth. They are sweet, crunchy, and fun to eat.
Bubur Cha Cha, a popular Malaysian coconut based dessert with yam, taro, sweet potatoes, black eyed peas, and bananas. Very delicious and satisfying.
Usher in the Chinese New Year with this colorful Yee Sang (Prosperity Toss Salad). It is a fun and tasty salad symbolizing abundance, prosperity, and vigor.
Soft, white, fluffy, delectable Char Siu Bao (Steamed Barbecue Pork Buns) are a perennial favorite. They are the perfect snack any time of the day.
Easy Coffee Roasted Chestnuts on the stove top with butter and whole coffee beans for the smoky coffee aroma. No slitting of X’s and done in 20 minutes!
Boiled Baby Taro – an easy snack and a traditional food for the Mooncake Festival. Delicious eaten with a little salt or sugar.
Wafer thin Bak Kwa (Chinese Pork Jerky) is a must-have for the Chinese New Year. Make your own using just a few simple ingredients and at a fraction of the cost.