Four crowd pleasing dishes to celebrate Lunar New Year

Bring your friends and family around the dinner table to celebrate the Year of the Rabbit with these easy recipes!
January 19, 2023 9:06 a.m. EST
January 19, 2023 9:06 a.m. EST

Chef Sang Kim and chef Wallace Wong team up to share four mouthwatering dishes to celebrate Lunar New Year. From traditional soup to classic spring rolls, grab the recipes below! 

Tteokguk (rice cake soup) 

A traditional New Year’s soup that is a classic comfort food any time of the year.


Cabbage Kimchi is the oldest and most traditional type of cabbage kimchi. It is also highly prized when done well. This particular fermentation method requires that you use more, not less, heads of cabbage.

Longevity noodles

Symbolizes longevity, prosperity, and good luck! We take this symbolic Lunar New Year dish and fuse the two cultures of China and Korea to bring everyone together as one; like what Lunar New Year does for Asian families around the world. 

Spring rolls

Crispy bites of vegetables like shiitake mushrooms, Napa cabbage, and Vermicelli noodles. 

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