The Lunar New Year is this Friday, January 31, 2014. One of the traditional dishes eaten during the New Year for Chinese people is a New Year Cake. It’s a very simple steamed cake, made with glutinous rice flour for a mochi-like chewy texture and sweetened with brown sugar. The name literally translates as “year …

The Lunar New Year is this Friday, January 31, 2014. One of the traditional dishes eaten during the New Year for Chinese people is a New Year Cake. It’s a very simple steamed cake, made with glutinous rice flour for a mochi-like chewy texture and sweetened with brown sugar. The name literally translates as “year …

Florence Lin's Baked Coconut Sticky Rice Cake - this is not your ordinary cake - it's sticky like mochi - just in time for Chinese New Year ~ http://jeanetteshealthyliving.com

Florence Lin's Baked Coconut Sticky Rice Cake - this is not your ordinary cake - it's sticky like mochi - just in time for Chinese New Year ~ http://jeanetteshealthyliving.com

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Chinese New Year tradition.

steamed rice cakes, Huat Kueh (发糕), . The Chinese pronounciation of the name of this cake is akin to the meaning of to rise higher and prosper.

Chinese New Year tradition. steamed rice cakes, Huat Kueh (发糕), . The Chinese pronounciation of the name of this cake is akin to the meaning of to rise higher and prosper.

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