The Norwegian Seafood council has an offering this Chinese New Year: the Norwegian Salmon Majestic Harvest yu sheng.
Worth $78+, this yu sheng made with Norwegian salmon is big enough to be consumed by up to ten persons and can be bought at all TungLok outlets.
Norwegian salmon is harvested from salmon farms in Norway, where the waters are pristine, cold and clear, and farming practices adhere to strict regulations to ensure a holistic, sustainable practice for the aquaculture industry. The result is salmon meat that is smooth in flavour and plump with omega-3 fatty acids. The consumption of salmon helps reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases.
Salmon has a pride of place in Singapore as well, especially in yu sheng dishes that are offered during Chinese New Year. The meat's vibrant red-tinged colour is in line with the symbolism of prosperity, and its versatility makes it the ideal fish for the traditional and varied flavours and spices that are used in yu sheng.
For more information on Norwegian salmon, read here.
Celebrate this Chinese New Year with a Norwegian salmon yu sheng – HungryGoWhere has 20 packs of Norwegian Salmon Majestic Harvest yu sheng to give away.
Answer this question correctly to be one of 20 winners.
Contest will close at 5pm on Thursday, 23 January 2014.
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