Thursday, February 10, 2011

Yee Sang

We had Yee Sang this Chinese New Year!

a very auspicious dish


Yusheng is often served as part of a multi-dish dinner, usually as the appetizer due to its symbolism of "good luck" for the new year. Some would consume it on Renri, the seventh day of the Chinese New Year, although in practice it may be eaten on any convenient day during Chinese New Year (1st to 15th Day).



14 comments:

Rose said...

Why on the 7th day? Usually I have yee sang either on CNY eve or on Chap Goh Mei (15th).

Mei Teng said...

I had the fruits version of yee sang for CNY Eve. A much healthier choice that comes with raw salmon.

Cheerful said...

yee sang is made of what? it looks yummy and i love the colors! happy chinese new year and lots of luck! happy food trip friday! :)

Luna Miranda said...

this looks delicious! i wonder what is this made of.:p

♥FoodTripFriday♥ said...

Happy Chinese New Year to you!

Mauie Flores said...

Care to share the recipe? :)

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Clarissa said...

Happy Chinese New Year!Your serving for FTF looks delish!

Happy FTF!

chubskulit said...

That look sumptuous!



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Jenn said...

Looks interesting... is it noodles?

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wenn said...

It usually consists of strips of raw fish (most commonly salmon), mixed with shredded vegetables and a variety of sauces and condiments, among other ingredients.

darly said...

auspicious indeed. Kung Hei fat Choi

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inday_adin said...

That really looks delicious! :) Kung Hei Fat Choi! Visiting via FTF.

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Newlyweds said...

looks yummy, kung hei fat choi!

Ayie said...

it must be fun tossing that yee sang

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