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Thursday, 5 February 2015

Vegetarian Lou Sang



Had our first "Lou Sang" last saturday. Organised by the Buddhist temple nearby who invited residents around our area for the Vagetarian Steamboat dinner and Lou Sang.

First time having vegetarian steamboat and Lou Sang.


Put in all the goodies. 

Ready...steady....huat ah!!!!

Heheheh....this is the only time when I made a mess nobody will scold. 

While waiting for the steamboat to fully boiled, we were served these fried Tau Pok and Wantan. Hmmm...dunno what they put into the wantan but tasted very nice la. One is not enough.


All the goodies in the pot liao. Not only vegetables leh but have mushroom balls and stuffs like that. 

The soup base was super sweet. According to the lady, they used red sugar cane to make the soup. It was boiled from morning to night time and they added two pieces of ginseng root. No wonder so sweet la. Hmm....she said next time must try and make this soup. 


Getting ready to scoop noodles to eat....but uiks....Mamarazzi didn;t put in any noodles yet ah? Wait till clear the Steamboat thingy baru put in the noodles wor...



Hmm...while they eating, I went and play la. 


Very "yit lau"(merry) leh. There were a singing Chinese New Year song session and the temple people giving out angpau and mandarin oranges.

Thank you...thank you....


 
Last but not least....noodles.....muhahaha....noodles for me....yum...

They said every month there will be gathering for talks about Buddhism and everyone are welcomed to join. 

 

60 comments:

  1. a very colorful plate in the first.

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    1. It's called Yee Sang. A dish that is usually eaten together during chinese New year

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  2. Wah Small Kucing lou sang already so fast! This buddhist temple so yit lau. Can go more often.

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    1. Yea they invited for lou sang. Now so many place have lou sang already. This year seems to be earlier than usual

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  3. I do not know what Lou sang is. So at first I thought you were really eating on a real steamboat!! looks like so much fun anyway though.

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    1. It catual name is Yee Sang. A dish that is usually eaten during Chinese New Year. When we toss the ingredient, it's call lou sang. Toss higher the better. meaning more prosperous

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  4. Aaah, I love this type of food. You're making me hungry. Have a lovely Wednesday.

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  5. Buddhists are wonderful!

    ALOHA from Honolulu
    ComfortSpiral
    <3


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  6. Vegetarian lou sang, never eaten before.. Guess it's the same ingredients but minus the salmon as topping hor.. The steamboat looks good too, love steamboat, vegetarian or not coz they still got mushroom balls ...

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  7. Actually those veggies they used in lou sang is vegetarian. Unless they added nuts and fishes which strict vegans do not eat.

    I never had a vegetarian steamboat before.

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    1. tarak add fish but ada add nuts. Heard it was garlic that vegetarian cannot eat. Not sure about nuts

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  8. Wahhhhh!!!! So good, go temple kah? Pray for me or not? That pot reminds me of what I saw in Auntie Claire's blog that day - cooking with her induction cooker. :D

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  9. Ask your mama bring u come Singapore, we go lou sang...

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    1. will do will do.....but you dont run to Kluang ah

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    1. LOL....come come eat vegetarian wan tan

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  11. wah, vegetarian steamboat and "lou sang"!! nowadays the vegetarian really has got all types if stuffs just like the non-vegetarian dei, and of course Uncke SK has not tried these before.. vegetarian "lou sang" heard before, but vegetarian steamboat first time heard!! haha~~ :p

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    1. yes not solely vegetable only . They have mushroon balls and etc

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  12. eih the fried wantan looks good huh?? hmm, wonder what they put inside?? that will also be Uncle SK's question, hehe.. all veggie inside or added in some "fake meat"?? ooopsss cannot say "fake meat" hor?? pardon me, should say "vegetarian meat" instead.. :p

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    1. hahaha wanna know too but but......how to ask

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  13. aiyah, cannot see what's inside the steamboat.. Mamarazzi didn't snap a photo of the stuffs, or at least take a photo without the cover.. Uncle SK is curious what they have in there.. because CNY is coming and Uncle SK is sure going to have steamboat *again* for reunion dinner, and if there is leftover, clear stock for the next couple of days, hahaha!!!

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    1. paiseh la to snap pic one by one....new neighbour...sshhhh shhh....low profile blogger :p

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  14. not bad lah this temple, got give makan and also got give angpow and oranges.. monthly talk on Buddhism?? hmm, wonder if Mamarazzi will bring Small Kucing there?? or maybe bring his homework there to ask the Buddhist teacher if he has done his homework correctly, and that the teacher in school has mark them correctly?? :p

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    1. Unlikely to go la . they talk in mandarin. Pengsan Mamarazzi

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  15. I think normally for vegetarian wonton, it filled with mashed pumpkin or potato?

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    1. not sure wor coz we only eat vegetarian food once in a blue moon

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  16. Vegetarian steamboat! Healthier than the normal ones we have definitely!

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  17. Wah, so fast they do CNY gatherings ah! The one my family goes to in PJ, they will have it on CNY eve itself!

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  18. Vegetarian food is surprisingly tasty.

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    1. If the chef is well trained then will be very good

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  19. How can kucings go vegetarian! LOL

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  20. wou.. i haven't had yeesang for 2 years... i guess no one took the initiative to organize one.. but i'm hoping to do at least one this year..

    thanks to your pic.. now i feel like eating noodles.. :x

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    1. Hahahha....hope you had your Yee sang

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  21. so nice got lou sang and steamboat together!! long time i nvr take steamboat liao...

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  22. Thats a splendid idea for the vegetarian lou sang.

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    1. at least those who are vegetarian will not be leftout in the celebration

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  23. Vegetarian food can be very yummy, just that it's getting more expensive =_=

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    1. they are a bit more expensive from normal food . Probably coz it's hard to make.

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  24. Oh wow, you're so fast! Real early for yusheng, dear. Makes me nervous that I haven't even planned my CNY menu.........

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    1. It's by the temple. we saja go there and tumpang happy

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  25. err.... no salmon or raw fish ? Hmmm... don't think I like it. :P

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    1. Aiyo...Temple organise punya la.....how can add meat ......

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  26. Hi There to you and the Family, I would be eating the NOODLES too!!!!! ha

    Happy Chinese New Year -upcoming fairly soon.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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    1. Hi Betsy

      Thanks for dropping by. Hope no more snow storm over there and spring comes soon

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  27. Hmm super-sweet as in sugar-sweet isn't too good as soup hor?

    Yeah I'm always impressed how creative people are with vegetarian food.

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    1. not sugar sweet. More like sugarcane sweet. Seems that a member planted special type of red sugar cane that is very sweet, They used that sugar cane as suop base

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  28. I love the fried Wan Tans. But everything looks good here.

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  29. What's inside the wantan?? Just vege ya??

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