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Sponsored Video: Heinz – Amoyzing Noodles

We’ve had a lot of fun with the theme of Chinese New Year over the last few weeks. We love exploring other cultures and I find there’s usually a learning opportunity for the whole family!

This year Chinese New Year falls on Thursday 19th of February and we’ve made some really fun crafts, such as our Chinese lantern sun catcher and Chinese New Year Year of the Sheep sun catcher.

This year I’d love to try some Chinese cooking. My family love trying new foods so I think it could be fun for everyone, I just don’t know where to start.

Heinz Amoyzing Noodles

If, like me, you need a little extra help in the kitchen then you’re in luck. Amoy has partnered with the TV chef Ching-He Huang in a series of videos showing you how to create authentic Asian meals with a handful of fresh ingredients and a dash of Amoy expertise. Take a look at this short video below:

It looks so colourful and appetizing! There are 12 videos, each lasting about a minute, so the perfect length for some food inspiration. Dishes include Chicken Pad Thai with Crunchy Vegetables, Cantonese Beef & Black Bean Noodles and Thai Pork Peanut Satay Stir Fry amongst others. To download the recipes, see all the videos and find out more about the Amoy range, visit their website.

For more Chinese New Year crafts take a look at some of our previous crafts: Chinese New Year tea light holder, Chinese New Year paper plate drum and fun Finger print Chinese lanterns.

I also have a colourful Pinterest board packed with craft and food ideas to help introduce you to Chinese New Year.
Follow Jenny Makes’s board Chinese New Year crafts for kids on Pinterest.

Do you celebrate Chinese New Year? If you have a recipe or craft suggestion feel free to share in the comments below.

This post has been sponsored by Amoy, but all thoughts are my own.


  • Reply
    Bintu @ Recipes From A Pantry
    February 4, 2015 at 8:52 am

    I like the idea of 1 min videos to get me cooking.

  • Reply
    Lilinha Espindula
    February 4, 2015 at 10:05 pm

    I love Amoy sauces, they are delicious and great to create quick recipes x

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