Chinese New Year is almost upon us and it's the perfect opportunity to try out some new recipes!
Whether you're throwing a party or hosting a more low-key celebration, there are plenty of old favourites and modern classics to cook for your guests.
Here are some of the best recipes to help you welcome the Chinese New Year in style on January 28.
Chef Manu Feildel puts a French twist on this ever-popular Chinese dish with his secret weapon - butter!
Jamie Oliver promises his version of bao buns will blow you away. Why not try substituting pork with duck to mix things up?
Always messy, but always irresistible, there will be empty plates all around if you serve these ribs for Chinese New Year.
Easy to make and tasty for the whole family, try Julie Goodwin's foolproof recipe for dumpling noodle soup.
It doesn't get much better than beautiful crispy home-made spring rolls, filled with duck, spring onion, carrot, coriander and plum sauce.
The dumpling dough is perfect for using up leftovers after a party, and a side of broccoli makes for a delicious meal.
Another gem that will give you a restaurant-quality dish to enjoy at home.
Everyone's favourite Chinese dish is so easy to make. You can even freeze these bad boys and eat them over the following days... If you can wait that long.
No Chinese New Year celebrations would be complete without chow mein. This simple recipe will be ready in just 20 minutes.
And for when the party is over, try Jamie Oliver's noodles - the perfect hearty dish after a few too many drinks.