5 Chinese Dishes to Welcome the Year of the Monkey
What to serve for your Chinese New Year celebration at home? It doesn’t need to be a grand menu. RecipeTV makes it easy with these dishes that will make your tummy feel oh so lucky!
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One of the most loved Chinese treats here in the country, you can now make big batches of this at home. You can pair this with rice or even with pancit. Don’t forget to make your delicious toyo-mansi with chili sauce for this.
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Mandarin Chicken is an easy-to-do Asian dish coated with rich, orange sauce. This is usually cooked with orange, lemon juice, soy sauce, and honey but, this time, RecipeTV gives you a local version of this recipe that will truly tickle your Pinoy taste buds.
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Pata Tim is a favorite Chinese dish mixed with Filipino spices. Let the whole family indulge in tender, slow-cooked pork with rich, savory sauce.
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Pork Cutlets in Lemon Sauce
What to do when the Year of the Monkey gives you lemons? Cook Pork Cutlets in Lemon Sauce. Soft pork with zesty flavors from start to finish? Extra rice, please!
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Yang Chow Fried Rice
Speaking for extra rice, complete your CNY party with a huge plate of Yang Chow Fried Rice! Winner! Recipe here.
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