The 5 Most Popular Chinese New Year Desserts | KCET
The 5 Most Popular Chinese New Year Desserts
Update (January 31, 2019): This article has been updated with the current date of Chinese New Year.
The Lunar New Year falls on Tuesday, Feb. 5 and Chinese families around the globe are already prepping for their New Year's Eve banquet. It's single-handedly the most important holiday of the year -- a 15-day observation littered with family time, red envelopes stuffed with money, and tons of symbolic food to ring in the start of the agricultural season.
For those with a sweet tooth, here are five appropriate desserts for your Chinese New Year feasts. Most of these delicacies can be either purchased at local Chinese supermarkets or sampled at Chinese dim sum restaurants.
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