Celebrate Chinese New Year with VH Sauces {Giveaway}

If you haven’t decided what to make for dinner tonight, celebrate with your family with a dish made with VH Sauces. Check out the VH sauces and recipes, to find Chinese inspired dinner ideas to make at home.

I recommend the VH Garlic Hoisin Stir-Fry Sauce, it’s a favorite in our home, great for many recipes including use for ribs and rice. With the help of the website and the recipes included right on the container, it’s easy to try something new! And that is what we are going this week, we have plans to make the Slow Cooker Sweet and Sour Chicken. Easy and delicious? yes, please!

If time isn’t on your side try VH Steamers – Asian-inspired meals ready in less than 5 minutes and steamed to perfection. Great for those busy nights, or for packing along for lunches.

WIN IT: Jan. 23rd is Chinese New Year, and I’m here to help celebrate with a chance to win a VH gift pack valued at $60 {for one of my Canadian readers}!

To Enter:

  • Tell me in a comment how you introduce culture into your dinner time meals?

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Canada only, Closes February 10/2012 at 9pm MST
Readers may enter across multiple blogs, but may only win one prize.



I am participating in the VH Chinese New Year Celebration program by Mom Central Canada on behalf of VH.
I received compensation as a thank you for my participation. The opinions on this blog are my own.


  1. Debbie W says:

    I try to add different spices into my meal preparation.

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    hiding veggies in vh1 sauce makes them easier to introduce to the family

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  9. I use VH sauces all the time. From making Chinese and Thai dishes in my wok, to using the dry-garlic sauce in the slow cooker with ribs. I always try to change things up and am always willing to try new things too.

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  12. bc edwards says:

    we ate different things like mexican and chinese just because we like the taste of certain items that generally go into these meals
    for instance, my kids love broccoli so we do a lot of stir fry
    my son, also, is known for eating whole jars of salsa at a time (don’t worry, he’s 18 LOL), so we tend to do things like a taco salad

  13. I love to cook different flavours of food anyway, but a neat idea I heard is to spin a globe, point to a spot, and then look up their cuisine and make something (with the kids as a learning tool) :) I’m going to try it (someday!)

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