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Transform leftovers into new tasty treats! Here're 3 recipes using Chinese New Year leftovers. #sgfood #sg #cny #recipe

Those preparing the Chinese New Year reunion dinner will usually plan for leftover ingredients to last the next few days. Not only is it believed that leftovers are an auspicious symbol of abundance for the coming year, it is also for practical reasons as many eateries and shops are closed during the first few days of CNY. With some creativity, you can convert leftover ingredients into brand new dishes and you won’t feel like you are eating the same food at all.

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