One Great Chinese New Year Recipes

Planning for the new years can turn out to be the opposite of your expectations especially if you’re out of new ideas for everything. As long as you intend to try something new, you need to do the research work, come with untouched ideas, and add your unique creativity with that. Right? To help you with that, I have shared 1 unpopular Chinese New Year Recipes below. On the side, if you haven’t made a move yet about your CNY goodies, this is where to buy CNY goodies in Singapore.

Chinese Spicy, Sweet And Sour Lamb Chops

First on the list is the Chinese spicy, sweet and sour lamb chops. This recipe is for all ye lovers of the act and the pleasure in devouring racks of lamps made into mini-chops that are munchy and easy to give smooth entry down the throat when accompanied by your favorite red wine. See the recipe below.


  • Sherry; ¼ cup
  • Sake; ¼ cup
  • Soy sauce; ¼ cup
  • Large white eggs; 2
  • Baking soda; 2 teaspoons
  • Baby lamb chops; 12 ounces
  • Chinese black vinegar; ¼ cups
  • Cornstarch; ½ cup
  • Tapioca flour; ½ cup
  • Peanut oil; 2 tablespoons
  • Hot red chiles (preferably dried Chinese red chiles); 12
  • Thinly sliced garlic; 5 cloves
  • Peeled and thinly sliced ginger; 1 piece
  • Light brown sugar; ½ cup
  • Rendered bacon fat; 2 tablespoons
  • Kosher salt; ½ tablespoon
  • Star anise; 1
  • Toasted sesame oil; 1 tablespoon
  • Chicken stock; ⅓ cup
  • Cornstarch; 2 tablespoons
  • Minced scallions; ⅓ cup
  • Dried Chinese red chiles; 12 pieces

Yes, that’s all the ingredients you need. Now, let’s get down to the work.


Step 1: Make The Marinade

Take a large baking dish, put your egg white inside and whisk until it gets foamy. Follow this up by adding your soy sauce, the sherry, and the sake, then whisk in your baking soda and cornstarch until it gets smooth. Include your lamb chops and turn it to coa. Finally, cover the bowl and allow for marination in room temperature for 30minutes.

Step 2: Make The Sauce

Take a clean medium bowl, whisk your brown sugar, sesame oil, vinegar, stock, rendered bacon fat, cornstarch, and soy sauce inside.

Step 3: Cook The Chops

This time around, take a clean large bowl (not the previous medium bowl in step 2), whisk your cornstarch, the baking soda, the salt, and the tapioca flour in it. Take a large saucepan and heat 1/2inch peanut oil up to 375degrees. Once done, grab half of the lamb from the marinade and allow the excess to drip in your baking dish. Remember your cornstarch mixture from step 2? Great. Now dredge the half lamb inside and make sure it sticks to it to the cornstarch mixture by patting it. Now, fry for 2 minutes before transferring to a paper towel-lined baking sheet to drain.

Step 4: Finale

Take a new sauce pan or clean the previous sauce pan and pour your scallions, star anise, ginger, chiles, stir-fry, and garlic inside. Allow to heat for 2-3minutes until the garlic is golden. Finally, pour in your lamb chops and sauce into the sauce pan and cook for 2minutes while turning. Finally, transfer to palette and serve.