21 Best Chinese New Year Meal Plan

Over 20 traditional Chinese New Year MEAL PLAN are included in this collection. You may celebrate the Lunar New Year with a wide variety of meals, from appetizers to soups to noodles. Exciting right?

Only a few days left until the Chinese New Year, which falls on February 5. So, I’ve put up a Chinese New Year Menu & Meal Plan as a treat for you.

The year 2022 is also the Year of the Tiger, so let’s all have a party and enjoy it together. Try making some of these delicious Chinese foods at home even if you don’t celebrate Lunar New Year.


Fried Shrimp Balls

According to tradition, shrimp is a favorable item to eat during the Chinese New Year. This is because laughter is the meaning of shrimp’s Cantonese pronunciation, which is “ha.”

So, expect plenty of good fortune in the year of the Tiger.

Scallion Pancake

Homemade scallion pancakes with a crispy outside and delicate interior.

This Chinese appetizer’s simplicity and taste will win you over.

Spring Rolls

Crispy golden brown fried spring rolls are impossible to resist.

Vegetable-filled spring rolls, deep-fried to a golden brown, are just the thing for Chinese New Year!


Dumpling cooking is a traditional part of a Chinese reunion dinner. It’s been going on for centuries. You can’t beat the flavor of homemade dumplings.

Here are a few of the dishes I think you’ll enjoy.

Pork and Chives Dumplings

Packed with meat and vegetables, these soupy dumplings will have you coming back for more in no time.

The greatest jiaozi you’ll ever eat!

Pan-Fried Dumplings

Pan-fried pork and vegetable dumplings that are golden brown and crisp on the outside.

These are scrumptious and juicy to the core.

Sichuan Red Oil Wontons

I’m sure many of you could use a little extra warmth in your meals this time of year.  Due to their resemblance to Chinese dumplings, you should make these Red Oil Wontons.

These wontons are so tempting that you may find yourself making more of them!


Hot and Sour Soup

This is the simplest recipe for a hot and sour soup ever.

A few simple ingredients and 15 minutes are all that is needed to make this delicious dessert!

Wonton Soup

Wontons stuffed with shrimp and steamed in a savory broth.

A substantial and nourishing soup for the Chinese New Year. Plus, this is a traditional and authentic dish.


Vegetable Lo Mein

Bok choy, bell peppers, and mushrooms flavor the noodles in this quick and nutritious take on Lo Mein.

Lo Mein Sauce adorns the noodle’s smooth and silky texture.

Chow Mein

In a flash and with little effort, stir-fried Chow Mein noodles with chicken, shrimp, and vegetables in the most incredible sauce. There will be no other authentic noodle recipe needed!


Chinese Roast Pork

Pigs are essential to the celebration of the year of the Golden Pig.

This Chinese roast pork dish may be yours with crackly skin, crispy skin, and a flavor superior to Chinatown’s roast pigs.

You have my word!

Char Siu

Tender and flavorful pork belly cooked over an open flame.

If you attempt this recipe, you’ll be grateful to me for the rest of your life!

Soy Sauce Chicken

Soy Sauce Chicken is ideal for Chinese family reunion dinners for two reasons.

Not only is it mouthwateringly good, but it can feed an entire family.

Sweet and Sour Chicken

Featuring an orange-hued sauce and red and green bell peppers, Sweet and Sour Chicken is an eye-catching dish.

The vibrant hues of this dish will be a welcome addition to any dinner party.

Mongolian Beef

Beef smothered in a brown sauce with heaps of onions is silky, velvety, and tender.

This is the beef meal you’ll want to offer for Chinese New Year.

Honey Walnut Shrimp

Topped with honey walnuts, these shrimps are crispy and battered then fried in a sweet mayo sauce.

At the mere mention of these shrimps, my mouth is watering.

Kung Pao Shrimp

Spicy and delicious Kung Pao-spiced prawns. With just a hint of spice, this shrimp stir-fry is sure to be a hit.

Steamed Fish

Steamed whole fish, a symbol of abundance and fortune, is a must-have for Chinese New Year.

My recipe for steamed salmon is restaurant-quality, and I urge you to give it a try.

Ginger Soy Fish

This Ginger-Soy Fish fillet is excellent for individuals who can’t find fresh whole fish or want to eat boneless fish, because it’s not everyone’s cup of tea to steam whole fish.

Ginger and Scallion Crab

I promise that this recipe is on par with the best Chinese restaurants.

My favorite Chinese restaurant’s flavor inspired me to create this Ginger and Scallion Crab recipe.

Chinese-Greens with Oyster Sauce

It’s necessary to cook simply this one veggie meal. Simple, traditional, and restaurant-worthy!

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