New Year

Clean Eating – the Ultimate Beginner’s Guide

Many of us say every New Year that we’re going to cut out the bad foods and go on a diet and in more recent years there’s been a rise in the concept of clean eating … but what is it and what’s it like to make the change? TB’s new writer Toni Day
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Recipe – Prawn Lo-Mein Noodle Stir Fry by Amoy

Many of us regularly chow down on a chow mein, but Lo-Mein is a lesser known Chinese noodle dish. It’s made with what flour noodles and often contains vegetables and meat or seafood. Traditionally it’s a variation of wonton noodle soup but the soup is separated from
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Recipe – Classic Sweet and Sour Chicken by Kikkoman

Sweet and sour is most commonly associated with gloopy red stuff from a takeaway, but this recipe from Kikkoman gives it a fresh, new, at-home outlook. It’s so quick and easy to make, vary the vegetables and meat depending on what’s in the fridge, and the sweet and sour
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Ken Hom’s Tips & Traditions for Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year is the most traditional and superstitious festival in the Chinese calendar. The next Chinese New Year starts on 19th February 2015 and will be the Year of the Goat. According to Chinese tradition people born in the Year of the Goat are mild mannered, shy and
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Recipe – Sichuan-style Aubergine with Tofu by Cauldron

Looking for a vegetarian option to serve up this Chinese New Year? Cauldron Foods has designed this great dish using sichuan-style aubergine and is served with Chinese style tofu and sauce. An easy to make dish and perfect to celebrate the New Year.
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Recipe – Fried Tofu in Chinese Sesame Soy Sauce by Cauldron

Tofu is a tricky ingredient sometimes as many people dislike the texture, but this dish, based on the Japanese Agedashi dofu, uses Chinese style tofu dressed in Chinese style sesame soy sauce. Easy to make, this dish is ideal as a starter especially around Chinese New Year.
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Recipe – Chicken Peanut Satay Skewers by Amoy

We love Chinese food and with the Chinese New Year coming up on 19th Feb, what better way to celebrate than with some home-cooked Chinese food. This fab recipe from Amoy shows you how to take chicken satay to another level, by adding some great extras to their satay sauce –
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Ken Hom’s guide to using chopsticks for Chinese New Year

Chopsticks are an integral part of the Chinese culture, but they can be a little on the tricky side to try and master! Tasting Britain’s good friend, Mr Ken Hom shares his top tips on using them and the correct etiquette.  Hold one chopstick in the index finger, cradle
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Warburtons Sandwich Thins

As we soldier on with our ‘healthy January’ efforts, many of us will be finding it harder and harder to stay on track as the month disappears. New research from Warburtons reveals that 63% of women will embark on a New Year health kick, but a whopping 45% of them
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