Chinese steam prosperity cake recipes

Prosperity Cakes for Chinese New Year

Prosperity Cakes for Chinese New Year

I decided on the ProsperityCake (aka Fat Go) essentially meaning rich and prosperous in Chinese. I decided it would be a neat idea to make these cakes and in turn give them to my parents for Chinese New Years
Steamed Coffee Cake

Steamed Coffee Cake

This is my first time attempting Chinese New Year steamedcake as compared to my usual new cookies and dishes
Fat go (Prosperity cakes)

Fat go (Prosperity cakes)

This year, I decided to try my hand at making something Chinese for my in-laws' Chinese New Year gathering (despite the fact that I'm white and haven't tried making Chinese food in my life, other than occasionally playing sous-chef for my husband)
Chinese red bean nian gao (紅豆年糕)

Chinese red bean nian gao (紅豆年糕)

Kenny made dumplings, fried rice, noodles, stewed turnips, vegetables, Chinese sausages and even steamed a whole fish for the occasion
kaya pound cake 咖椰磅蛋糕

kaya pound cake 咖椰磅蛋糕

‹ qiao bing (chinese pan fried thin pastry) 巧饼(巧果)Categories. steam mocha lapis cake 蒸摩卡千层蛋糕. prosperity custard swiss roll 年年有“鱼” 卡仕达蛋糕卷 A
FATT KOH

FATT KOH

 This is a must for Chinese during prayers. My first attempt of making fatt koh which is smiling steamedcake and fatt koh means prosperity
A Beautiful Bloom 开花鸡蛋糕

A Beautiful Bloom 开花鸡蛋糕

Hence, this bun is a festive food traditionally offered on the Chinese alter table with the hope of bringing good tidings and wealth
CNY 32013: Lai Ching Yuen

CNY 32013: Lai Ching Yuen

The Chinese believe that the pork knuckle is auspicious during CNY. I've also loved squash especially "chee quah", Steamed squash is one of my all time fave dishes when my Godma started cooking them after a culinary trip to Taiwan

Year of the Rabbit-兔年运程

The Chinese New Year 農曆新年, started in Vancouver with many celebrations all over the town. This popular snack is made in steamer so you need to have bamboo or some other type of steamer

Arriving another milestone in my life........

Chinese people tend to celebrate birthdays with not only birthday cakes, but the eating of noodles. Noodles according to Chinese history appeared no later than the Han Dynasty

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Apam Beras (马来蒸米糕·)

Apam Beras (马来蒸米糕·)

Huat Kueh- ChineseSteamed Rice Flour Cake–ACake That Brings You Luck And Prosperity. Chinese insists the flowering of rice cake to get an auspicious meaning
Che Ba Mau – Vietnamese Three Colour Bean Dessert

Che Ba Mau – Vietnamese Three Colour Bean Dessert

Chinese Peanut Cookies by Wok & Skillet. Vietnamese Steamed Rice Cakes by A Taste of Joy and Love. I have a lot of plans for this year for both TVV and my health, so here’s hoping for prosperity, good health and good fortune =P