Tang Yuan

January 31, 2017
Tang Yuan in syrup is serve during Chinese New Year or winter solstice.
Kuih ee

Tang Yuan/ Kuih Ee / Glutinous rice balls in syrup to welcome Chinese New Year
Wishing my family, friends and beloved readers

Gong Xi Fa Cai

Kong Hee Fatt Choy
Xīn Nián Kuài Lè
Happy Chinese New Year! :D
May the Rooster brings us good health, prosperity and peace :D

Hope everyone had a good feasting with family, near and far :).

Its another year celebrating Chinese New Year, away from family and grand feasting.

Tang Yuan recipe

 Red and white glutinous rice balls known as Tang Yuan is a must for hubby family.

I remembered my late mother-in-law would prepare these red and white balls on the Chinese New Year eve, and we would have a bowl of Tang yuan first, before anything else. She believed in starting the new year with something sweet! A tradition I have been keeping, in remembrance of her!

The only addition to my mom-in-law tradition is that ~ I get everyone involved :P.

My daughter and I, did a quick video (above and below) on 'How to make Tang Yuan'.
Hope you enjoy the video as much as we enjoyed making it :).


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