Prosperity Yu Sheng With Vegan 'Raw Fish' DIY Class
Lo Hei Yusheng 捞起魚生 at Mahota!
Many Singaporeans would know that Chinese New Year festivities often involve the practice of many traditions – one of which is the tossing of a dish for good fortune. Known as “Lo Hei”, where 捞 “lo” (literally mixing) also means “tossing up good fortune”, it refers to the ritual adopted in Singapore of tossing the Yusheng salad before eating it. Tradition dictates that the higher the toss, the better your prospects and fortune in the year ahead.
Typical Yusheng salads are made with sugar coated veggies and heavily salted pickles with a cloying sauce which makes them high in "bad" calories and something we can't have too much of...
Join our chefs on 14 Jan Sat 10.30am as we share our DIY recipes for healthy and tasty Yusheng using a special vegan "raw fish" substitute so similar to the real deal that your guests would be pleasantly surprised! Our version is low in added sugar, salt and free from artificial colouring and flavouring, making it naturally yummy! Shiok!
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- The event description was updated. Diff 2017-01-12 03:34:35