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7 Homemade Chinese Recipes for Chinese New Year

Sweet and Sour Pork

The Chinese New Year celebration of 2012 starts this weekend and we are going to honor it with some homemade Chinese food. I don’t make Chinese food on a regular basis, but I like to make some of the easier recipes I can find. Some of the ones we like to make I’ve found right here on Family Kitchen. Here are seven of the ones that are really, truly easy and delicious. So if you are a little unsure about trying your hand at Chinese food I recommend giving these a try!


  • Chinese Lucky Eggs 1 of 7
    Chinese Lucky Eggs
    These lucky Chinese eggs are so pretty to look at and are said to bring good luck!
    Make chinese lucky eggs
  • Homemade Egg Rolls 2 of 7
    Homemade Egg Rolls
    These homemade egg rolls are a cinch to make and are very budget-friendly. Perfect for a Chinese New Year party!
    Make homemade egg rolls
  • kung-pao-chicken 3 of 7
    kung-pao-chicken
    When it comes to weeknight dinners, this delicious kung pao chicken is a cinch to whip up and tastes better than take-out!
    Make kung pao chicken
  • Ching’s Kung Po Chicken 4 of 7
    Ching's Kung Po Chicken
    Ching is the expert at delicious, easy homemade Chinese cuisine and this recipe is sure to please.
    Make ching's kung po chicken
  • Sesame Noodles 5 of 7
    Sesame Noodles
    These super easy sesame noodles are delicious on their own or can be the perfect backdrop for veggies, tofu or seafood!
    Make sesame noodles
  • Spicy Dipping Sauce 6 of 7
    Spicy Dipping Sauce
    Spicy dipping sauce is used for so many things and here is a nifty video that shows you just how to make it!
    Make spicy dipping sauce
  • Sweet and Sour Pork 7 of 7
    Sweet and Sour Pork
    This amazing sweet and sour pork is surprisingly easy to make and is perfect for a weeknight meal.
    Make sweet and sour pork

Photo: Bee Yin Low

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