Some restaurants have opted for fishless alternatives for their Yusheng creations this festive season after the National Environment Agency (NEA) ban on consumption of raw freshwater fish, though sale of raw saltwater fish is still allowed as restaurants generally observe proper cold chain and food handling processes, and meat is sourced from suppliers of fish intended for raw consumption.
Norwegian Salmon, one of the most prominent fishes featured during the Chinese New Year period, is a saltwater fish and is safe to be eaten raw.
More than 90% of the fresh salmon available in Singapore is directly imported from Norway and flown in within 48-hours from harvest. Norwegian Salmon features a fresh, tasty and smooth flavour, as well as a vibrant colour, making it the preferred choice for both retailers and restaurants.
Norwegian Salmon contains an abundance of omega-3 fatty acids, which helps reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases. Other essential nutrients found in the fish include protein, vitamin A, vitamin D, vitamin B12, selenium and iodine.
[GIVEAWAY] Norwegian Salmon Yusheng Festive Takeaways!
Together with TungLok Group, Norwegian Seafood Council (NSC) will be rewarding 10 lucky readers with a Chinese New Year Norwegian Salmon Yusheng takeaway each (worth $80, feeds up to 10-pax) from TungLok Seafood at Orchard Central.
All you need to do is to:
HINT: You can find the answer above!
Closing Date: 30 January (Saturday) 23:59. Winners will be announced 31 January (Sunday) 12pm, and contacted via Facebook. Readers are to collect their yusheng directly from the restaurant to ensure optimal freshness.
(Photo credit: Lianhe Wanbao 联合晚报 and Norwegian Seafood Council)