{Closed} Holiday Giveaway ($100 Value) + Steamed Meat Bun Video

Happy Holidays! I have two gifts for you today to celebrate this wonderful time of the year!

First, as mentioned in my steamed Chinese meat bun post, I have finally finished my video tutorial on how to make these fluffy buns! It took a bit longer as I had to learn a new video editing tool but I am so glad I got it done just around the holiday season! Please go on Youtube to check out the steamed Chinese meat bun recipe video now or play it right below. Please consider subscribing to my video channel as there will be more to come!

Now, many of you might remember that I had won a recipe contest a few weeks ago with my Honey Crusted Ribs and Oven Baked Fries with Fennel Aioli dish. Because of YOUR support, I was awarded a $100 gift certificate to Marx Foods, the online premium foods store that sponsored the contest.

While I was drooling over those fine ingredients over at Marx Foods, I thought to myself that I had to share this honor with all of you. So here it is, my second gift for you: a $100 gift certificate to Marxfoods.com! If you have no idea what to get with $100 gift certificate, you should head over to the Marx Foods store and check out their premium products!

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Giveaway Rules {Closed}

The giveaway starts today Thursday, 12/12/13 and ends on Thursday, 12/19/13, at 11:59pm EST. One winner will be picked through Rafflecopter.  As MarxFoods only ship to the U.S. this contest is open for U.S. residents only (sorry my international readers:(

To enter, please simply leave a comment stating your favorite Chinese recipes! Then confirm your entry in Rafflecopter using your email address.

To increase your odds, you can also enter the Bonus Entries. To enter, click on the rest of the options and follow the instructions below.

This giveaway is sponsored by Yours Truly. Good luck!

The winner choosen by Rafflecopter is Candice who left a comment and tweeted about the giveaway!

Congratulations Candice! You’ll be contacted by email shortly!

I would like to thank you again for participating in this Holiday Giveaway. Please consider subscribing to my email update for more future giveaways!

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45 comments

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  2. I like to cook mapo tofu served with steamed rice.

  3. my favorite chinese recipe is steamed minced pork with salted egg!

  4. Oh you made a video? Awesome! I love steamed buns and yours look so delicious. I wish I had some right now! By the way fantastic giveaway!

  5. my fave to make is lo mein… I always use shrimp, nampa cabbage, carrots bean sprouts soooooo good, oh and I love to make home made egg rolls yummmm

  6. Stir-fried rice is my favorite to cook.

  7. I love making chow mein and spring rolls.

  8. All kinds of Chinese dumplings – wonton, and potstickers!

  9. My favorite when studying in Shanghai was the shaomai!

  10. We often make steam buns with char siu, asian sausage, and egg

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  12. I really hope to make this one day, and this video is going to be very helpful. Sometimes it’s a lot easier to watch how you make it than reading the process. Love the video (and nice to meet you virtually!!).

  13. Gorgeous buns! I am so thrilled to find this recipe here! You know, steamed buns are my favourite “dim sum” in Chinese restaurants (to be frank, dim sum is the only stuff I order nowadays… the rest is often overpriced, too much starch, cheapest rice etc.., while dim sum are sometimes excellent and I have always thought they were too difficult to make at home. Now I can try doing them on my own! Your video makes it look not as complicated as I thought. Thank you for sharing! I will let you know if one day I manage to make at least edible buns 😉

  14. I love making jook with made with homemade chicken stock on a cold winter day!

  15. My favorite Chinese recipe to cook is Mapo Tofu. That’s also my family’s favorite dish to eat. :)

    I truly enjoyed watching your video and hope you’ll continue to film more. 😉 It’s so generous of you to host the giveaway of the Marx gift certificate. I love all the varieties of products on their site.

  16. So ,any. but right this moment, Cantonese style sired fried lobster.

  17. I love chive, tofu and egg dumplings (su san xian)

  18. I love to make chow mein!

  19. Oh yes, my favorite recipe… It’s hard to say since I grew up eating chinese food. Perhaps one of my comfort meals would be beef noodle soup. Still make my own version when I miss home!

  20. I like any kind of stir fry with lots of my favorite veggies and chicken as the meat. I also love fried rice with that

  21. Yi! What a great job you did on the video! I was super impressed! Keep em coming! I’ll try my best to tune in when I’m not studying. =)

    I send my love to your beautiful wifey. <3

  22. Spicy chicken & broccoli

  23. I’m a vegetarian now so I’d have to say my current favorites include dou miao and fu zhu
    But I also like sheng jian bao, those river shrimps you can get with vinegar dipping sauce, and all kinds of duck.

  24. I love tong yuan (湯圓) and steamed salted fish w/ pork.

  25. Good luck to everyone who is trying for the giveaway.

    As an international reader, I’ll be waiting for one for us. ehhehh

  26. Good job with the video! Favorite Chinese recipe? So many! If I had to select one, probably Mapo Tofu. Or maybe red-braised pork belly.

  27. I love making Spicy Chicken and Brocolli with onions!!

  28. I love making veggie dumplings!

  29. I love the old school recipes — things my parents used to make, like turkey jook, luo bak go, wah siew chicken, steamed pork w/ preserved turnip and braised tofu, omelet roll w/ fish paste, Chinese mushrooms in oyster sauce.

  30. Many years ago as a teenager, I was treated to spring rolls that were full of nothing but chinese greens, probably the outer leaves of napa. The amazing thing was that although the rolls were fried, the veggies inside were basically raw. I would love to find and experience these again. Alas, the restaurant closed less than a decade later.

  31. Potstickers! I wish that I could make them.

  32. Sweet BBQ Pork Bun! I can eat 10 of them right now!

  33. My favorite Chinese recipes to make are crispy orange beef (I know, more “American Chinese” than Chinese), GF rice paper egg rolls, and before going GF I loved making char siu bao!

  34. I love any kind of stir fry! with snow peas!

  35. coconut shrimp or chicken…my favorite!!!

  36. I love pork potstickers and pork fried rice and vegetables.

  37. I miss steamed buns! They look homey and delicious.

  38. stir fry with lots of veggies

  39. I love the Cheeze Wontons and the Steamed Buns. made them both and they were great!!

  40. Yipeng!! Can you make chives and egg pan-fried dumpling/empanadas? Would love to see your version of it!

  41. -Noodle dishes
    -Clay pot recipes! (Tofu, meats)

  42. I love anything stir fry and egg roll

  43. I love homemade Chinese turnip cakes (luo buo gao)

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