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Chinese New Year Recipes

Chinese New Year is on the 28th of January 2017. Why not ring in the year of the Rooster in style by cooking up an oriental banquet! Here are some delicious healthy recipes to inspire you. We've tried to include recipes that are sort of roostery!


Hoisin Turkey Skewers & Egg Fried Rice

The basis for this meal is the Hoisin sauce. This is primarily made from combining Hatcho Miso, which is a richly flavoured soya miso paste with other key flavours. These are: Peanut Butter, Molasses, Sesame Oil, Brown Rice Vinegar, Chilli and Chinese Five Spice.


Teriyaki Turkey Stir Fry

Tasty teriyaki turkey stir fry - a simple dish made with chunky udon noodles, fresh vegetables, spices and teriyaki sauce.


Cashew Chicken (via

We recommend substituting the sugar for coconut sugar. It gives a more caramel-like flavour which suits this dish well!


Crispy Peanut Tofu and Cauliflower Stir Fry (via

Crispy tofu that's baked not fried and tossed in a 5-ingredient peanut glaze! Serve over cauliflower rice with sautéed veggies for a completely plant-based meal that's entirely vegan + gluten free!


Chinese Chicken Noodle Soup (via

For the Chinese, noodles means longevity, so it’s good to eat something that signifies great health at the start of the year.


Baked Spring Rolls (via

These Crispy Baked Chicken Spring Rolls are filled with a hearty mix of ground chicken, shredded green cabbage, sliced shitakes, and tons of fresh garlic and ginger. Best of all, they can be prepared ahead of time and then baked off as your guests arrive!


Gluten-free dumplings with sweet & sour tempeh (via

These tasty gluten-free dumplings or potstickers as they are sometimes known are made from white rice flour and tapioca Flour.


Asian Slaw with Rice Noodles

Crunchy cabbage, carrot and radishes served on a nest of rice noodles and smothered in Spicy Sesame sauce.


Matcha Green Tea Chocolates

These beautifully coloured chocolates are delicately flavoured with matcha tea powder! A lovely gift to give out at Chinese New Year!


Traditional Peanut Cookies (via

These little cookies are a traditional treat that is enjoyed at Chinese New Year. The recipe calls for sugar but we recommend using a healthier sweetener alternative instead!

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