This week marks the start of the Chinese New Year, ushering in the Year of the Dragon – considered to be the luckiest and most favourable of all the Zodiac signs. The highlight of this auspicious holiday is naturally the food – or more like the feast. During this time, some specific food is served that symbolizes prosperity, longevity and luck. It’s also a chance for family and friends to get together and toast to happiness, wealth and good health in the coming year.
If you’re planning on hosting a Chinese New Year dinner, here are some recipes you can serve at your feast: