Wednesday, February 6, 2008

Reunion Dinner - Part 2

Well, I don't really want to post about the dinner itself, as the offerings are similar to my first steamboat dinner at home.

What I will share instead, is the tossing of the Yu Sheng (raw fish salad) - a Chinese New Year must have. It is a uniquely Singaporean dish created by 4 master chefs. Please read here for more info on Yu Sheng. Dad got it from Meidi-ya, a Japanese supermarket chain.

There's also the Chendol Agar-Agar which I saw from Peony's blog. (I got the serrated knife, Peony, it's gorgeous). I made it this morning to bring to dinner tonight. It turned out great, not too sweet.


Maya said...

I'm so gonna try this agar2!! Hmm, never had Yu sheng all my life! Wonder how it taste like?

singairishgirl said...

maya - Yes, try it. It's lovely. Yu Sheng is halal no? You can buy the ready ones in supermarket cos my aunt does and then she shred the carrots etc. It's kind of sweet because of the plum sauce. Don't put too much or it will be overly sweet.

Jori said...

Happy New Year to you and your family. I hope it is a wonderful one for you!
I have missed a number of days' posts, and all of these dishes look incredible! My mouth watered at the udon and shrimp (prawns), and the tradition of tossing the raw fish salad is something I've never heard of before!

Little Corner of Mine said...

Wishing you & family:

Xin Nian Kuai Le!
Sheng Ti Jian Kang!
Gong Xi Fa Cai!

By the way, does the Yu Sang came with that pretty box?

daphne said...

I made the chendol too!! it was sooo goood!! Yours look so pretty! mine don't hv the hint of red-maybe because I didn't put in red beans.

East Meets West Kitchen said...

Gong Xi Fatt Cai to you and your family! :)

singairishgirl said...

jori - Thanks. Yes, got a break today and tomorrow will have to visit again. This weekend is pretty busy and so is next weekend. Well, that's because every one goes back to work on Monday.

Oh yes, you have to visit Singapore during Chinese New Year to try the Yu Sheng.

little corner of mine - Gong Xi gong xi, ni ye shi, shen ti jian kang wan shi ru yi. Yes, the yu sheng did come in that pretty container. I love it. :)

daphne - Chendol without red bean? Hmm.. cos too troublesome ya?

east meets west kitchen - Gong Xi Fa Cai to you.

karlsfoodie said...

ilvoe that embrioded box... any idea if its reusable?i might just go meidi ya to buy the yusheng for the box sake LOL

singairishgirl said...

karlsfoodie - Yes, I love that box, and like you, I don't mind buying the yu sheng for the box. ;P