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Nian Gao Recipe

Baked Chinese New Year Cake

Chinese New Year cake is known in Mandarin as nian gao ("higher year"), and eating a piece of it is supposed to improve your luck in the coming year. Similar...

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STIR-FRIED STICKY RICE CAKES (Nian Gao)

This is a popular dish in southern China. For me, this dish is distinctively “Shanghai,” as it seemed to show up on the table more frequently after I met Judy, whose family is from that area. Our entire family enjoys this dish and the delicious chewiness of these sticky rice cakes, which are kind of(...)

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Chinese New Year Sweet Rice Cake (Nian Gao)

Your Easy Photo Tutorial for Baked Nian Gao

Baked Nian Gao – Not comfortable with the idea of steaming a cake? Here is a recipe for Baked Nian Gao, the New Year cake traditionally fed to the Chinese Kitchen God.

Stir Fried Chinese Sticky Rice Cakes (Nian Gao) Recipe (炒年糕 chǎo nián gāo)

Chinese Stir Fried Sticky Rice Cakes (Nian Gao) Recipe | Steamy Kitchen Recipes http://steamykitchen.com/15288-chinese-stirfried-sticky-rice-cakes-nian-gao.html

Shanghai Stir-Fried Rice Cakes (Chao Nian Gao)

Lunar New Year is all about enjoying food with friends and family. Shore up good luck for the year ahead with a constellation of delicious (and auspicious) foods that are said to bring prosperity and health in the year to come.

Here's How to Make Baked Nian Gao, a Chinese New Year Cake

Nian Gao, or Chinese New Year cake, is baked rather than steamed in this recipe. It is a sweet, cake-like Nian Gao that has a slightly sticky texture.

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