Seasonings A

Seasonings B

  • Broad Bean Paste Water 30.0 g
  • Sesame Oil 60.0 g

Traditional Teochew “Yu Sheng”

  • Sea Bream/Sai Toh Fish Slices 50.0 pc
  • Mandarin Orange 4.0 pc
  • Peanut 30.0 g
  • Sesame Seeds 20.0 g
  • Spring Roll Skin 10.0 g
  • Yam, shredded, deep fried 30.0 g
  • Chinese Leek, shredded 20.0 g
  • Carrot, shredded 20.0 g
  • Young Ginger, shredded 20.0 g
  • Iceberg Lettuce, shredded 20.0 g
  • Preserved Radish, shredded 30.0 g
  • White Radish, shredded 20.0 g
  • Coriander, a little
  • Local Celery 20.0 g

“Yusheng” is a must-have on every Chinese New Year menu, as it encourages diners to have fun while relishing the festive spirit of tossing prosperous ingredients (like salmon and shredded vegetables) into the air as they shout festive phrases for good luck. Topped with Knorr honey and tamarind sauce, the result is a dish that’s absolutely “huat ah”!



  1. Seasonings A

    • Mix Seasonings A well, set aside.
  2. Seasonings B

    • Mix Seasonings B well, set aside.
  3. Traditional Teochew “Yu Sheng”

    • Lay Sai Toh fish slices on a small round plate.
    • Prepare a big round plate, lay the ingredients in mentioned order in circles round the plate starting from the centre.
    • Sprinkle sesame seeds and ground peanuts, squeeze lime juice onto the fish slices and stack them in the centre of the plate.
    • Drizzle seasonings A and B, finally scatter the spring roll skin. After placing all the ingredients onto the plate, you may start to offer auspicious wishes as you toss the ingredients together.