My 1st Yu Sheng


Yusheng (also spelt Yu Sheng) meaning "raw fish" is a Chinese New Year dish, served traditionally on the seventh day of Chinese New Year or Ren Ri ("Everyman's Birthday"). It is a salad dish made of thin slices of raw fish and various spices, mixed with tossing actions by diners. A play on Chinese homonyms links the ingredients and tossing actions to prosperity and longevity, all adding to the good wishes for the new year.
Had my Yu Sheng with my superior and colleague during our walkabout to one of the outlet yesterday. Pic shown above is the yu sheng served in the outlet. Dun you think it's colourful? Most importantly they served yu sheng with Salmon sashimi aka my fav.yummy~
Let's see..the ingredients contain included:-
  1. Red Sweeten Ginger Strip
  2. Pickled Melon Strip
  3. Pickled Leek Strip
  4. Pickled Cucumber Strip
  5. Ground Wax Strip
  6. Sweeten Lime Strip
  7. Peanut Crunch
  8. Pok Chui Biscuits
  9. Fried Sesame
  10. Cinnamon Powder
  11. Five Spice Powder
  12. Pepper Powder

& goes with the in-house special sauce (lemon+ plum sauce). It's simply sweet and refreshing. So, we had 'lao hei' together... :)

Guess what CNY is less than a week and i have not done any shopping sprees yet. Instead of buying new clothes for myself, i bought almost sgd200 worth of foods for the family. Gonna broke soon!Anyway, can't wait for CNY to come!There is the time to meet up with frens, family and relatives..But i can foresee those aunties keep grumbling when are you bringing bf back..faster settle down..etc.. By then i will need to find a hole to hide dy...

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