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Monday, February 7, 2011

Homemade + Traditional - Chinese New Year

Yes, Chinese New Year deserves two separate posts. Why? Because there's too much food consumed to fit into just one. In the previous post, I made many "lucky" dishes prior to Chinese New Year because I knew I would be traveling and would not have as much time to cook. Now, I would like to share delicious family homemade food that I was able to enjoy over the last few days.

Fried Red Bean Rice Cakes for Breakfast

Quinoa Tabbouleh, Sesame Vermicelli Salad, and Lemongrass Salmon
Wild Salmon Spring Rolls

Chinese Pork Tamale

Thai Coconut Dessert

Happy Chinese New Year, everyone! 


  1. ooo what's in the thai coconut dessert?? i made quinoa tabbouleh on my blog just the other day! hehehe. happy new year!

  2. Haha I love quinoa tabbouleh! I think it's green tea and coconut? It had a very light, refreshing flavor to that Thai dessert!

  3. Terrific looking dishes there, wow! The wild salmon spring rolls and the pork tamale sound especially tempting. And a very unique and very pretty dessert too!

  4. After looking at your posts, I realize that I have been really missing out on good Chinese foods. Those salmon spring rolls look really refreshing!

  5. Your Thai Coconut dessert looks so interesting and unique. Reminds me of marzipan. Wonderful blog you have here.