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It is Chinese New Year, Korean Second New Year’s (January 1 and mid-February in 2010) and Valentine’s Day all at once this year.  Mongolian and Vietnamese New Year’s celebrate similar food festivities and family traditions. Even Kazakhstan has its own New Year’s according to the lunar calendar, with slightly different zodiac animals. 

Chefs have found that Chinese-Indian fusion cuisine is quite popular and growing in demand. At the same time, traditional Indian dishes can be enjoyed for Chinese New Years or Valentine’s Day for something different to remember with loved ones.  Here is a simple recipes for making the Paneer and Ghee that are the bases for several other recipes in an interesting article at

How to Make Paneer Dishes this Chinese New Year

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