Happy
Year of the
Rabbit

YEAR OF THE RABBIT CELEBRATION

Iron Chef Ming Tsai prepares tasty dishes for the New Year to bring luck for 2023

CHEF'S LUCKY RECIPES FOR THE NEW YEAR

The Original Veggie-Filled Bing

One of the most enjoyed dishes on Chinese New Year are dumplings because they are easy to prepare and resemble ingots of gold which symbolize good fortune. Our Veggie-Filled Bing is a double dumpling, bringing you double happiness and double fortune.

INGREDIENTS

INSTRUCTIONS

Follow directions on the box of Bings using for your preferred cooking method.

Serve with a side of our Dim Sum Dipper.

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Lucky Ginger Garlic Snow Peas

This dish represents wealth, longevity and good fortune – and is a very tasty side to bings!

INGREDIENTS

• 4 larger cloves garlic, sliced
• 2 tbsp. ginger julienne
• 1 pound snow peas, washed
• 1/2 cup veggie stock
• 2 tbsp. Veggie Oyster Sauce (Wan Ja Shan)
• Juice and zest of 1 lemon
• Thai basil
• Grape Seed oil to cook
• Kosher salt and freshly cracked black pepper

INSTRUCTIONS

In a wok on high heat, coated with oil, sear the garlic, ginger and snow peas, season. Deglaze with stock and reduce by 1/2. Add sauce, season, add juice and garnish with lemon zest

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Double Poached Whole Ginger Chicken

Serving a whole chicken symbolizes unity while ginger brings good health and longevity for the New Year!

INGREDIENTS

• 1 large hand of ginger, washed, sliced thin
• 1 bunch scallions, 2 inch cuts
• 2 quarts chicken stock
• 1 tbsp. cracked toasted white peppercorn
• 1 whole chicken, 3-5 pounds, washed, dried, seasoned well
• Grape Seed oil to cook
• Kosher salt and freshly cracked black pepper

INSTRUCTIONS

In a small stock pot with a lid, add the ginger, scallions, white peppercorn and stock and bring to a simmer. Add the whole chicken, cover and on low heat bring to a simmer again. Turn off pot and let stand for 1 hr. Serve whole.

Copyright Ming Tsai 2023

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