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Top 10 Auspicious Chinese New Year Recipes and Shopping Tips

Chinese New Year is fast approaching, with many of my readers requesting for more recipes. Well, here's a round-up of my most popular CNY Recipes, plus 1 shopping and 1 DIY posts just for you!

Looking at the hits, I was surprised that this Heavenly Pork Leg Bee Hoon for Chinese New Year has emerged as the most viewed recipe with 6,421 hits! I thought it would either be a Yusheng or Abalone post being a hot favourite during this festive occasion. Boy, was I surprised!

Check out the rest of the recipes according to the number of hits it received:

pretty chinese new year yam ring recipe

making gryphon tea osmanthus konyaku jelly

learn proper way to cook calmex abalone

beautiful chinese new year prosperity yusheng recipe

how to steam fish maw for cny

chinese new year eu yang sang birds nest recipe

how to make cny mango pudding desserts

woodlands loop shopping for cny goodies
So much for recipes, the Number 1 CNY post with the highest hit is Chinese New Year Shopping At Woodlands Loop with a whopping 16,207 hits! Gosh, look at the numbers! Singaporeans have indeed earned their title for being shopperholics!

how to make chinese new year tangerines
Next, is my 84-year-old mom's DIY Your Mandarin Oranges This Chinese New Year with 2,081 hits.

Which is your favourite posts? Happy cooking, shopping, and learning new crafts!

36 comments:

  1. Wow Pow to the whole collection. I certainly can understand about the sky rocketed hits. I love the fish jelly, so pretty and made with perfection.

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    1. Nava, the Lucky Koi Mango Pudding tastes as good as it looks! Thanks, dear!

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    1. Rajiv, hope you'll get to try some of these dishes when you visit your Chinese friends' place for CNY :)

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  3. I have always been fascinated by the variety of foods celebrated during Chinese New Year, Shirley. One day I would love to do a post on my blog about the celebration but I'm so afraid I don't know much about it and would "mess" it up. You have gathered quite a "menu" of beautiful foods. Thank you so much for sharing...

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    1. Louise, I'm sure there're lots of Chinese bloggers who are most happy to assist. ^_^ Glad you like this round-up!

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  4. Erm... i think i'll like the Osmanthus Jelly With Wolfberries simply because the dish is presentable and healthy! Just a perfect dessert for post-CNY eve dinner :D

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    1. Ken, they're definitely a healthy choice! Enjoy your CNY feasting!

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  5. One word... *speechless* ....
    All the posts above left me in gaping... The ones who have the opportunity to taste them are really blessed... :)

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    1. Reana, hahaha! Thanks so much for the wonderful note! I certainly hope my guests think likewise & enjoy my cooking :)

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  6. Awesome! Love them all and it certainly make many people happy without having got to crack their head on what to cook and where to get the recipe. The pork leg beehoon is one that is a simple one dish meal which would really save a lot of time.

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    1. DS, have fun cooking again & do let me know how they turn out!

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  7. quite the collection of yummy recipes for LNY :D
    *drools*

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  8. Very beautiful and yummy dishes. Wish I am in Singapore and able to visit you. Then can feast at your delish food. Lol.

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    1. Rose, thanks dear! Enjoy your CNY in your hometown :)

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  9. Shirley, my favorite posts are the ones where you're entertaining guests (your CNY "tossed" salad comes to mind -- fun!) because you put so many special touches and care into each event. Lucky guests! I also enjoy your reviews of the fabulous places you've dined or stayed. But the best posts are the ones with photos showing how happy you (and your family) are, all because you're doing what you love. It shows!

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    1. Kim, thanks so much for remembering my posts! You certainly impressed me with your super memory. I've enjoyed reading your posts as much as well. Looking fwd to bringing you more interesting articles.........

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  10. It is so much fun to see what delicacies are around the world. Can't wait to explore some of them. Have a fun time getting ready for the new year.

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    1. Abbe, I've to agree it's really interesting to learn the food of the world. Thanks & hope you've the chance to try some of them.

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  11. Nice post dear. Mango pudding is the favorite in these 10 recipies, They look like an art.

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    1. Subha, good pick! That's a popular dish among my guests :)

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  12. Hi Shirley, I got the goodies! Thank you! :-)

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  13. you are very creative la. I saw the mango pudding. Bought the mould but ....but....i wonder if mine will be half as good

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    1. Kathy, hahaha! Pls try & let me know how it goes. Looking fwd.....

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  14. Super posts! I love them. If you dont mind, I would like to like this post to my blog for sharing. :)

    I still like the salmon yu sheng but I am sure your pork leg mihun is tasty as well as the other dishes. Drooling over them. You are indeed a creative cook (or shall I sat, chef?).

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    1. Rose, pleasure is mine! Thanks so much for sharing, & I certainly hope it benefit your readers too! I'm a Chef in my own little kitchen. Hahaha!

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  15. I love seeing all these fantastic recipes on one page! They would all be delicious for any celebration! Have a great week, Shirley.

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    1. Liz, thanks & have a wonderful week ahead!

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  16. Thanks for sharing! Will share this post with my dad haha

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  17. MY fav is the Yam Ring Treasures but that Koi Pudding is sooooooo cuttteee that i don't wanna eat it

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    1. Hong, you can fave the yam ring for main & mango pudding for dessert. ^_^

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