Shanghai Fried Nian Gao (serves 2)


Shanghai Fried Nian Gao (serves 2)


Prep & Cook Time: 20 mins

Serves: 2 pax

Nian gao in Mandarin is basically a sticky rice cake made with mainly glutinous rice flour. It has become one of the auspicious Chinese New Year foods because of its homophone with other words like nian (year) gao (high), which means may you attain higher every year. In this dish, slices of soft and chewy sticky rice cakes are stir-fried with vegetables and pork. A super easy savory dish to whip up this Chinese New Year.

Shanghai Fried Nian Gao Instruction Card


From Our Kit

1 x Rice Cake Slices Pack (approx. 250g)
8 x Baby Bok Choy Pieces
4 x Dried Shitake Mushrooms Pieces
1 x Pork Shoulder Pack (approx. 150g)
3 x Garlic Cloves
1 x Chicken Stock Pack (125g)

Combined Pork Marinade:
– Light Soy Sauce
– Sugar
– Chinese Cooking Wine
– White Pepper
– Sesame Oil
– Corn Flour

From Your Kitchen

– Frying Pan
– Chopping Board
– Knife
– Salt / Sugar / Pepper

How to cook