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      • The auspicious symbolism of these traditional Chinese New Year foods is based on their pronunciations or appearance. Not only do the dishes themselves matter, but also the preparation, and ways of serving and eating mean a lot. The most common Chinese New Year foods include dumplings, fish, spring rolls, and niangao.
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  2. The most common Chinese New Year foods include dumplings, fish, spring rolls, and niangao. We've rounded up 7 essential Chinese, or Lunar, New Year dishes, and included the symbolism behind them all. 1. Fish — an Increase in Prosperity Steam fish In Chinese, "fish" (鱼 Yú /yoo/) sounds like 'surplus'.

    • Chinese Steamed Fish with Ginger Shallot Sauce. Whole fish (yú, 鱼) is often served steamed at the unity dinner (though it can also be boiled or braised), due to the Chinese belief that it will bring prosperity.
    • Chinese Dumplings. Legend has it that the more dumplings (jiǎozi, 饺子) you eat during Spring Festival, the more money you can make in the new year. (Challenge accepted.)
    • Spring Rolls. These handhelds (chūnjuǎn, 春卷), especially popular in Eastern China for Lunar New Year, symbolize wealth and are named spring rolls because they’re eaten during Spring Festival.
    • Tāngyuán (Sweet Rice Balls) While these are popular for China’s Lantern Festival at the end of Lunar New Year, they’re also commonly enjoyed during Spring Festival in South China.
  3. Oct 30, 2021 · Here are 22 Chinese New Year traditional foods for you to celebrate the upcoming Chinese New Year in 2022. Table of Contents Dumplings (饺子 / 餃子) Tangyuan / Yuanxiao (汤圆 / 元宵 / 湯圓) Fish (鱼 / 魚) Wonton (馄饨 / 餛飩) Sticky rice cake / Nian gao (年糕) Babao rice (八宝饭 / 八寶飯) Chicken (鸡 / 雞) Glutinous rice cake (糍粑) Spring Rolls (春卷) Noodle (面 / 麵)

  4. Dice up a pomelo, shinko pear, or other preferred Lunar New Year fruits. Plate as desired, with pickled onion, kaffir lime leaves as garnish, and your chosen raw yú (fish) on top. Jiaozi (Dumplings) Jiaozi is a popular dish that families enjoy preparing together. Like the nian gao, it wasn’t always eaten on the dawn of the Lunar New Year.

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