Happy Lunar New Year 🧧🏮🎉. Wishing everyone a healthy and prosperous year of the tiger🐯!!
For inspiration for your next lunar new year meal, we’ve put together our top 5 Asian-inspired recipes for a feast fit for ringing in the new year! Gong Xi Fa Cai! Or for Cantonese people, Gung Hei Fat Choy!
This recipe takes a while so we recommend that you make it on a day where you have a bit more time to cook. Although it is mostly hands-off – the total cooking time is 3.5 hours 😅 We sous-vide a whole organic free-range chicken, made the rice with the chicken stock, along with three different dipping sauces too!
This easy and quick meal is very healthy while packing lots of flavor. The crunch of the crispy tofu pairs with a creamy cashew coconut sauce and fresh snap pea salad to give you a meal on it's own or a wonderful dish to be served in a feast. Did we mention it is vegan too?!?
This is a great recipe can be done with any white meaty fish, but we prefer black cod when we can get it. The recipe is for four 7oz steaks/fillets and produces lots of sauce which is great on rice.
Whenever we have a family celebration for a special occasion, shrimp is always on the menu. This is not technically an asian dish, but the flavors do pair well with any asian meal and is most importantly quick to make!
Spicy Ginger Pork Noodles
Noodles are a big part of asian culture and signify long life and prosperity to come. For our noodle choice, we are departing from the usual chow mein dishes for a more fun spicy pork ginger noodle which is great on it's own or part of a feast.