A decadent dish that will definitely impress your family and friends during Chinese New Year. Heavenly brand of Fragrant Jasmine rice is perfect for this dish. It absorbs all the rich flavour from the lobster, giving it a light and fresh taste. The ultimate comfort food.
With the Christmas celebrations around the corner, its always a good time to make some canapés for your seasonal party for your guests, both friends and family!
We have a combination of 3 different types of canapé in this recipe – the Grilled Waygu with Salsa Verde, Seared Scallops with Pesto and Salmon Roe, as well as a refreshing side of Portobello Caprese. Pair these up as a set, and you’ll be delighting your guests with glasses of bubbly, and a whole lot of Xmas fun!
A true dish combined from the land, air and sea – this dish has a combination of scallops, smoked duck, over a nice serving of asparagus. Not only is it visually appealing, it tastes fantastic.
This recipe is a flavour bomb, thanks to the combination of the ingredients with Lee Kum Kee’s various sauces, primarily the Seafood XO sauce. The wonderful balance of juices from the duck fat pairs with the sweetness of the scallops makes for a whole new level of taste that’s simple to cook for a dinner date for 2 within 20 minutes!
Next up on our CNY recipes is another awesome dish that’s oh-so-easy to make!
Braised tofu with dried scallops go extremely well with abalone sauce – it’s healthy, tasty, and something to indulge in during your reunion dinners. We chose to use Vitasoy Organic Sprouted Pressed Tofu for that creamier taste that pairs very well in this dish.
When we think of thick starchy soups, shark’s fin soup immediately comes to mind. Here’s another hearty and flavourful replacement we came up with!
Every mouthful of this soup will fill your mouth with sweetness from the crab meat and the intense flavours of dried scallops. Bamboo shoots and shiitake mushrooms elevate the texture of this dish, and also add an earthy balance to the seafood flavours.
In most parts of the world, when people eat scallops, they are actually referring to its adductor muscles which we are familiar with.