Siu Mai (Shumai) are tasty open-faced dumplings filled with ground pork, shrimps, and other add-ins. They are one of the most popular dimsum offering that can be easily made at home.
This colorful Prosperity Toss Salad, also known as Yee Sang (Yusheng) is a great starter for your Chinese New Year feast. It is a light, tasty, and fun dish to share with family and friends.
Make this Four Seasons Platter with special tri-filling spring rolls plus pan seared butterfly shrimps, siu mai (shumai), lobak (five-spice meat rolls), and boiled crab claws your feasting centerpiece. It is totally worth the effort!
Make this quick and easy Pan Fried Crispy Pork Belly in 40 minutes. Only 4 ingredients and just as tasty as the oven roasted version.
This Stove Top Char Siu (Chinese BBQ Pork) is just as sweet, sticky, and delicious. Watch it disappear in no time when served. Easy to prepare.
The best ever Pineapple Jam Tarts with a crumbly sandy crust and golden homemade pineapple jam. Totally irresistible and a must-try for special occasions.
This golden Homemade Pineapple Jam is the perfect filling for mini tarts and thumbprint cookies with just the right amount of sweetness and tartness.
These buttery Cashew Nut Cookies have a crumbly sandy texture and a deliciously nutty flavor. Perfect for afternoon tea or the holidays.
Use your leftover Thanksgiving turkey to make an amazing Turkey Broth Hot Pot. Perfect for another delicious family bonding time around the holiday table.
Quick and easy deep fried Golden Shrimp Puffs. Delicious served with sweet chili sauce. Perfect as an appetizer or a side dish.
Yang Chow Fried Rice, a popular fried rice cooked with ham, shrimps, carrots, green peas, and eggs. Delicious served with Pagoda egg rolls.
This quick and easy version of Chap Chai (Stir Fry Mixed Vegetables) is suitable for every day or festive occasions. Vegetables may vary as desired.
These crystal skin Shrimp Dumpling Suimono (clear soup) are a twist on the traditional har gow, a dim sum favorite. They make a delicious appetizer.
Chewy and fragrant Steamed Nian Gao with Grated Coconut and Sesame Seeds, a twist on this popular dessert enjoyed during the Chinese New Year.
Yam Nian Gao Fritters – a Chinese New Year crispy treat of new year cake sandwiched between slices of taro (a.k.a yam) and sweet potatoes dipped in batter.
Learn the technique to cook your own tender crisp Stir Fry Gai Lan (Chinese Broccoli) with mushrooms at home. Takes only a few minutes to prepare.
These Money Bag Dumplings are a feast for the eyes and palate. They are made gluten free using translucent rice wrappers and napa cabbage.
Crispy, crunchy, crackly Roast Pork Belly is a favorite of many. It can be made at home with just 4 ingredients and a little bit of patience.
Homemade Fah Sung Thong (Peanut and Sesame Brittle) lightly spiced with chili flakes and five-spice powder. They are fresh, light, and crunchy.
Make these popular dim sum favorite, Jian Dui or Sesame Seed Balls at home. These are gluten free with a little sweet potato mixed into the dough.
Tang Yuan is a dessert made of glutinous rice balls in a sweet clear soup usually served during the Winter Solstice Festival to mark the arrival of winter.