19 Jan '12, 12pm

By @NoobCook - Chinese New Year Recipes

By @NoobCook - Chinese New Year Recipes

Refrain from bitter and sour foods as they are considered inauspicious. Try to prepare excess food with the intention for leftovers for the following 1-2 days. Do not say things like “let’s try to finish all the food”. The Chinese prefer to have leftovers which symbolizes lots of savings in the coming year. You can use the leftovers to make hotpot meals or other dishes in the coming days. Some cultures believe that having cooked rice on the table is a must (whether you eat it or not), as it is a symbol of prosperity. It is considered good luck to have leftover rice on Chinese New Year eve. As far as possible, present the food in its whole form (a whole chicken, or a whole fish) as it signifies completeness. Carve the chicken and cut the fish just before serving. Long noodles signify longevity. Hence do not cut them to shorter lengths.

Full article: http://www.noobcook.com/chinese-new-year-recipes/

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