Celebrate the Chinese New Year with this easy make at home Potsticker Stir Fry Rice Bowl. Ling Ling Potstickers are so delicious.
This post was sponsored by Ling Ling, all opinions expressed in my post are my own.
Happy Chinese New Year 2019! Welcome to the year of the pig. I am excited to share with you this super easy and super delicious Potsticker Stir Fry recipe made with Ling Ling Potstickers that you can make. The Chinese New Year celebration which starts on February 5, 2019.
Chinese food is a family favorite here in our house. Ling Ling Potstickers are a great item to incorporate into your meal. While I have made potstickers from scratch in the past, using Ling Ling Chicken & Vegetable Potstickers is a real time saver. Ready in only 10 minutes, these potstickers are easy to prepare, authentic and delicious.
Ling Ling Potstickers are made with high quality, clean ingredients like freshly sourced vegetables and savory proteins. They are perfect to serve as an appetizer or in a recipe like this Potsticker Stir Fry.
Asian stir fry is super simple to make. I love incorporating fresh vegetables into the recipes. The key here is versatility. You can use any virtually any vegetable you like. I often mix things up each I time I make. For this recipe, I used broccoli, carrots, onions and snow peas.
I first sauteed the Ling Ling Potstickers until brown. I then tossed in the fresh vegetables and cooked until tender. Serve over rice for an delicious recipe the whole family will love. You can find the easy recipe below.
Teaching kids about other cultures and holidays, like the Chinese New Year, is something that we have done since they were little. Here are some facts about the Chinese New Year.
-Red is the symbolic color of the New Year. Chances are if you have ever seen any Chinese New Year celebrations, everyone wears red. Red symbolizes fire and can drive away bad luck. Incorporate as much red into your dining table as possible.
-Clean your house prior to the New Year to sweep away bad luck. Don’t clean your house again until after the 15th day of the celebration because you will then be sweeping away the “good luck” you are celebrating.
-The Lantern Festival marks the end of the Chinese New Year Celebrations. Have your kids each decorate their own paper lanterns. Use brown paper bags (lunch size) as the paper lanterns, cut a few holes in the sides before they decorate them. Paint them red and light them outside on the 15th day of the New year.
You can use a battery-operated candle to set in the center and light. If you are feeling really crafty, search the internet for Chinese good luck symbols that your kids can draw or paint on each side of the bag. This is a fun family craft. Traditionally, Chinese lantern are hung but these can just be placed on the ground. The would look nice lining your porch or entranceway.
-Red Envelopes filled with money are traditionally given to children during the New Year celebration to bring good luck. Buying gold to welcome in the New Year is also popular in China.
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