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Celebrate this festive season with your favourite Chinese New Year cookies from Amuara. Enjoy delicious pineapple tarts and rolls, kuih kapit, peanut cookies and more. All of our cookies are handmade with the highest quality ingredients, so you can taste the difference!
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Top 5 Popular Chinese New Year Cookies and Snacks
Visiting friends and relatives is an important Chinese New Year tradition. Indulge your guests with these must-have Chinese New Year cookies and snacks.
Amuara offers premium home-style cookies and confectionaries, made with top-quality ingredients. Our products are sure to bring cheer to your Chinese New Year celebrations.
Pineapple Tarts and Rolls
Pineapple tarts are possibly the most famous Chinese New Year cookies. They are called ong lai in Hokkien and Cantonese, which means “prosperity come”. Pineapples represent wealth and prosperity as they are golden in color. As a result, pineapple tarts are an essential in every home and they make a very good gift.
Kuih Kapit, or “love letters” is a must-buy during the Lunar New Year. Besides the original versions, you can also find variations with fillings like seaweed or our popular Salted Egg Kapit. Be sure to give it a try!
Peanut cookies are served during Chinese New Year as they represent longevity and fertility. This is because the Chinese word for peanut is hua sheng (花生), whereby the word sheng means to “give birth”. Thus, peanut cookies have a symbolic meaning and are a favourite amongst aunties who have wishes for their relatives to bear children.
Similar to the peanut cookies, the nutty taste of this inviting almond version will have you reaching for more. There are many interpretations of this popular cookie, and we have added our own take. Enjoy our healthy, vegan version or the popular melt-in-your mouth classic.
Fried Popiah & Chips
Despite being a little oily and unhealthy, fried snacks are certainly a favourite during Chinese New Year. And if you only indulge once a year, it’s not too bad right?