7 Fried Chinese Food Recipes to Enjoy This Chrismukkah

Chinese food on Christmas: it just goes together like peanut butter and jelly. Like matzah balls and chicken soup. And this year Christmas and Hanukkah all fall on the same glorious day, making it the perfect opportunity not only to make some homemade Chinese food, but homemade fried Chinese foods. Here are a few of our favorite dishes to test out at home.

Scallion pancakes with ginger chili dipping sauce

General Tso’s latkes from What Jew WannaEat

Restaurant-style vegetable fried rice from AllRecipes.com

Lox and schmear rangoon

Pan-fried vegetable dumplings from Serious Eats

Chinese spring rolls with chicken from Steamy Kitchen

Pastrami egg rolls with apricot dipping sauce from Chabad.org

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