Happy Lunar New Year!

January 24, 2020

Did you know that China is third in the list of top egg consumers world-wide? They also celebrate the Lunar New Year, which lands on January 25 in 2020. We’ve dished up some of our favourite Asian egg recipes to help celebrate and to wish everyone a prosperous year!

Chinese Egg Noodles

Chinese egg noodles are symbolic of a long life. So much so that some folks refuse to cut their noodles, for fear of the early demise it portends! You can try our recipe for making your noodles from scratch, and see how long you can get your noodles to go.

Get the recipe here.

Chinese Crispy Egg Roll Cookies

Chinese crispy egg roll cookies (aka biscuit rolls) are a light, not-too-sweet dessert and often given as gifts for holidays. They take a bit of work to prepare, but are absolutely worth it.

Get the recipe here.

Taiwanese Tea Eggs

Taiwanese tea eggs are another symbolic food, this time representing prosperity and wishes for a large, healthy family. Eggs are also associated with the coming of spring, something many of us are all too ready for by the time Lunar New Year rolls around. You can make these beautiful marbled eggs easily, with our recipe to guide you.

Get the recipe here. 

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