Saturday, February 20, 2010

Homemade "Yee Sang" 七彩魚生, Reunion dinner

Thanks everyone for all your CNY well wishes! I had a wonderful time with my family and friends during this festive season, and I supposed you too have a wonderful CNY holidays.
Here are some of the dishes that I prepared for "Reunion dinner", even only with 5 family members, I still followed to traditional way, prepared as many of dishes to fill up my dining table,to show 大魚大肉..


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-Here are some of the dishes that I prepared on "Reunion dinner" day, even the name called "Reunion dinner", actually we eat from lunch till dinner, hehehe..

-Hokkian style of noodles-"Hokkian mee"

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-Braised pork knuckle with sea cucumber

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-Hokkian style of meat balls

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-My own style of fish

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-white cut chicken

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-special stuffed chicken wings

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-Something difference from previous years, this time I prepared " Yee Sang" at home, all ingredients are prepared at home, I even created with my own recipe of "cripy red fermented bean curd (Nam Yue) cookie". This homemade Yee Sang is really good and fresh. I'm sure homemade "Yee Sang" will be served on every CNY from now onwards..


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-After "lo hei"撈起

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**Let me know if you wish to learn some of this dish, I will provide recipe later.

38 comments:

Jane Chew said...

wah! i want to eat!

Jane Chew said...

OPPs! 拜年先。 恭喜发财,新年如意,一年更比一年好,身体健康,财源滚滚,一家和气,平平安安,添富添寿,青春美丽,越煮越厉害!讲这样多了,可以吃了吗?

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

Jane, hahaha, feel free to eat as many as you wish. How was your CNY holidays?

zurin said...

wahhh!!! Sonia!!! everything looks fabulous u r a wonderful cook and wife and mother!!!! The hokkien mee is soooo making me hungry now! sigh.^^

Anonymous said...

Hi Sonia,
Happy Lunar New Year. Would you mind sharing with us the hokkien mee, the stuffed chicken wing recipes.
Many Thanks.
An

Ju (The Little Teochew) said...

SONIA!!!! You are amazing! This is practically a FEAST. How in the world do you finish all that food???

Little Corner of Mine said...

Gong Xi Gong Xi! What a feast! I want to be there! I'm interested in your Hokkein style meat balls, want the recipe leh. :P

Bakeling said...

After your lou shang , you must be very 生猛 !

I like all these dish here and your photos looked attractive too !

Federica said...

wow wow wow!!! che meraviglia!! quanto piatti buonissimi!!!

wendyywy said...

The salmon rose arrangement is so pretty.
I do agree home made Yee Sang is much better. My hub's aunt makes it every year, except for this year. Lots of vege for DIY version, compared to restaurant's style where there are lots of crisps and preserved stuff.

It'll be great if u can provide the recipe for the sauce.

Lou hei lou hei!!!!

Anonymous said...

Hi,

I would like to request to share the hokkien mee and the stuffed chicken recipes, please
thanks

HS Kitchen And Hobby said...

Happy Lunar New Year.祝你及家人万事胜意,心想事成,身体健康。

AhTee said...

Drooling here....
Nxt year invite la..pls..^^

Somewhere in Singapore said...

U're making me super hungry...

米亚 said...

Gong Xi fa Cai!!! Your home make Yu Sang looks so yummy! we had a homemade version as well but because we had it at alex's parents home, not very nice to snap photos instead of concentrating on eating with family! hehehee... thanks for sharing!!! I like it very much!

Pei-Lin@Dodol and Mochi said...

Oh, it sure looks good!!! Truly lives up to your expectation of 大魚大肉!! Hahaha ...! You're such a great cook, wife & mother!

Angie's Recipes said...

How beautiful! You can really cook.

Pete said...

Wah, home made yee sang, after lou sang sure strike Toto!

ai wei said...

love the yu sang <3!!!

Sherreen said...

Wah..your yee sand looks nice...pls share your recipe..never made yee sang for cny

pigpigscorner said...

wahhh what a feast! Love the salmon flower, so pretty!

FC88 said...

This is the first time I heard of Yee Sang, guess I have been away too long from Malaysia. I learned something new every time I read your blog. Your food looked so delicious, 羨慕你好會做菜,it will take me a long time to learn your dishes!

My Little Things Corner said...

wow wow wow, so pretty and yummy food! Your are so great!

Kitchen Corner said...

Hi,
I've so much activities during CNY but still have no chance to have this Yu Shang. Must do it before the 15th :)

Big Boys Oven said...

OMG! this is awesome! next year I would to follow your trail by preparing a spread of delicious dishes for Reunion Dinner, my mum did a few for lunch and we end up eating out! :0

Beachlover's Kitchen said...

wow!! you cooked all hokkien lang dishes here!! just looking at your food make me drooling and miss my mom cooking back home!! syabas!! your food look delicious and colorful!!

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

Zurin, Thanks for your lovely words.

An, these two recipes I have posted earlier, will add in the link in this post, check out later.

Ju, ya, you are right, this was like a FEAST, actually we finished up all the dishes in few days time, hahaha..

LCOM, I will post the recipe after 15th of CNY, still busy with visitors and gatherings, please hold.

Bakeling, actually i'm not 生猛 at all, feel so lazy after long break, no mood to update my blog either...I hope I will 生猛 back after 15th of CNY..

Federica, Thanks for stopping by.

Wendy, will share the Lou Sang recipe soon.

HS Kitchen and Hobby, Thanks, you too.

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

Ah Tee, hopefully.

somewhere in sg, Thanks.

Mia, you have homemade Yee Sang also, that is good, you can get fresh salmon there easily.

Pei Lin, Thanks dear, see you soon.

Angie and Ah Wei, Thanks for stopping by. Gong Xi Fa Cai.

Pete, how to strike Toto when I never buy Toto, hahaha..

Sherren, will share the Yee Sang recipe soon.

pigpigcorner and FC88, Thanks.

Sze Sze, how about your CNY dishes?

Kitchen corner, you should, homemade one is fresh and good.

BBO, ya, nice to have Reunion dinner at home.

Beachlover's kitchen, Thanks for your lovely words.

mimid3vils said...

salute!!! Loh Sang u also can DIY at home!!! My uncle also made a vegetarian Loh Sang, very nice also :)

Beau Lotus said...

Wow, what a feast!!!

We had one too (at Club Med - buffet haha), but of course I didn't cook it.

You have a very lucky family.

Nate @ House of Annie said...

Happy New Year to you! What an impressive CNY feast! I am most in awe of your homemade yee sang. Most of the ones we ate (we had yee sang 4 times while we were back in KL) were either fully or partially store-bought.

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

mimid3vils, vegetarina Loh Sang, sound interesting.

Beau Lotus, Thanks dear.

Nate, ya, I dont really like outside one, very artificial.

Cheah said...

Wow, so much food and your 'yee sang' looks great. You can whip up so many dishes single handedly! Great cook!

Colin Woon said...

Wow! So many wonderful food! Homemade "Yee Sang" looks superb!!!

SpringToss Yee Sang said...

Emm... Your homemade "Yee Sang" looks very nice.

momo_molly said...

Hello~ I am pretty sure that u are a very good cook! wow!! They are awesome!!! =))

Among all the dishes you prepared, the most interesting one for me is the Yee Sang. May I know what are the ingredients u used?? I really wish to make it on my own cuz I can't really get the ready-made Yee Sang in Australia..

If you see my comment, please kindly reply me on email: tanmuli@gmail.com

Thank you in advance! =D

momo_molly said...

I found the recipe for Yee Sang! =) i didnt realized it is provided~ thanks anyway!! =)) I hope the one i make will be as great as yours! HAPPY CNY!!! ^^

LEY said...

o dear, impressed and salivaring....

this year gonna be first year REUNION with my own family after i mmarried to Ipoh man 2 years ago, i wwill help my mom to cook the hokkien meatball as usual, and i like your stuff chicken & lotus fry vvege :)

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