10 Recipes to Try for Asian New Year

The start of a new lunar year is about to begin! We’ve rounded out some of our favorite recipes for your to enjoy during your Asian New Year celebration!

1. Longevity Noodles

Noodles are a symbol of good luck in many Asian cultures so it’s a must for any celebration. Try this tasty recipe for Longevity Noodles over at Hip Foodie Mom.

2. Prosperity Salad

For less of a noodle overload and more of a refresing and juicy tasty, give this recipe for Prosperity Salad a try. Find it here at Season with Spice.

3. Prawn Crackers

Prawn crackers are a colorful and addicting snack! Be sure to check out the recipe here for Prawn Crackers, over at The Woks of Life.

4. Quick & Easy Hot & Sour Soup

Closet Cooking has an amazingly easy recipe for Hot & Sour Soup! It’s so flavorful and chock-full of protein! Find the recipe here.

5. Slow Cooker Broccoli Beef

Put that slow cooker to good use! This Broccoli Beef recipe from La Creme de la Creme is a must for any Asian New Year celebration! Get it here.

6. Veggie Spring Rolls

Blah blah blahMake your Asian New Year celebration a little more vegetarian-friendly with this easy recipe from Revi’s Foodography. Check it out here.

7. Cantonese-Style Ginger Scallion Lobster

Take advantage of lobster season while it lasts! This Cantonese-Styled Ginger Scallion Lobster just might be the star of your celebration. Find the recipe here from The Woks of Life.

8. Taro Cake (Wu Tao Gou)

If you haven’t heard already, taro is a popular sweet starch used in many dishes in Asian cuisine. Taro Cakes are a delicious treat everyone will love! Get the recipe here at The Woks of Life.

9. Chinese Almond Cookies

Dessert Now, Dinner Later has got the right idea when it comes to enjoying the sweet treats before the main course! These Chinese Almond Cookies are buttery pieces of heaven! Find the recipe here.

10. Homemade Fortune Cookies

Make your fortune cookies for your Asian New Year celebration! Not only is this homepage recipe yummy, but so easy to make. You can even make your own custom fortunes to insert inside. Get the recipe here from Lil Luna.

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Happy Asian New Year!