Lee Kum Kee Hamper Giveaway

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Lee Kum Kee Chinese New Year hamper

Today I am partnering with EverQuest to give away a Lee Kum Kee Chinese Treasures Hamper worth RM135.

The hamper includes:

  • One (1) Lee Kum Kee Premium Oyster Sauce
  • One (1) Lee Kum Kee Light Soy Sauce
  • One (1) Lee Kum Kee Seasoned Soy Sauce for Seafood
  • One (1) Lee Kum Kee Oriental BBQ Sauce
  • One (1) Lee Kum Kee Black Pepper Chicken sauce
  • One (1) Lee Kum Kee Honey Garlic Chicken Sauce
  • One (1) Dry Ingredients – Mushrooms, Longevity Noodles & Red Dates
  • Renaisance Hotel Meal voucher worth RM50 

The year end and beginning of the year is always a season of gathering and togetherness with your families and friends – with the celebration of Christmas, New Year and Chinese New Year. It is a time to spread your love through good food with good quality ingredients. A household name in Chinese cooking for generations, Lee Kum Kee has devoted 125 years in producing superior quality products. The noodles and mushrooms in the gift basket are ready to complement the sauces and to try the new recipe ideas in the enclosed recipe booklet. It’s totally convenient for you to cook for your loved ones this festive season.

Check out my Braised Mushroom & Sea Cucumber with Broccoli recipe, adapted from Lee Kum Kee’s recipe booklet.

Full Disclaimer: This giveaway is sponsored by EverQuest, the official sales representative for Lee Kum Kee Chinese New Year 2014 hampers. Just As Delish did not receive any compensation to host this giveaway.

The Rules: This giveaway is open to Everyone Living in Malaysia only. This giveaway closes on on Sunday, 22nd December 2013 at 11:59pm Malaysian time. 1 winner will be selected randomly by random.org and announced at the end of the post and will be contacted by email the following day.

To enter this giveaway, leave a comment on this post and tell me your favourite Chinese New Year dish.

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GOOD LUCK! 

There are 2 types of Lee Kum Kee Chinese New Year hamper available for sale. You can order them from EverQuest at hello@everquest.com.my or call 017 – 5169227. EverQuest is a training, marketing communication and PR agency. Log onto www.everquest.com.my for more info.

Lee Kum Kee Chinese New Year hamper

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Thank you for everyone’s participation. The winner of the Lee Kum Kee giveaway is Grace! Congrats! We will contact you via email shortly.

24 Comments

  1. Another favourite Chinese New Year dish of mine is the Luo Han Zhai. It’s has many healthy ingredients like mushroom, fu chuk, black fungus, gingko nuts, glass noodle, leafy veggie and anything that one fancies! Making it especially flavourful is the addition of either nam yee or fu yee 🙂

  2. My favourite Chinese New Year “dish” is the Bak Kwa. It’s so juicy and succulent and hmmm, tasty! Best of all, I’ve learned to make it on my own. It saves me lots of money since I don’t need to purchase commercially prepared ones and it makes the perfect gift to relatives.

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  4. Great giveaway!
    My favourite CNY dish will be vegetarian chap chai. Love to eat with chili soya dipping sauce.
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  7. Christmas has yet to come, and we are already into CNY topic.. muahaha… nice hampers, and it will be handy to cook my favourite ‘hou si fatt choy’ Briased Dried oyster with fatt choy and brocolli! yumz..

  8. My favourite Chinese New Year dish is “yu sang”. The sweet and sour fish salad with various textures and variety is like prosperity to everyone. The higher you toss the salad, the better fortune you will have!
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  11. Hi Shannon, I would say my favorite is my mother’s curry chicken which she only cooks for CNY as she is now quite elderly and finds it tiring to cook…looking forward to it for the coming CNY:)
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  12. Hi Shannon,
    My favourite CNY dish is my mum’s stewed pork. Mum has to cook a lot as everyone wants to ‘ta pau’.

  13. My favourite is putumayam with chicken curry. Serious! My extended family has had this dish on the first day of CNY for more than 25 years!!! The long strands in the putumayam symbolizes longevity and the curry, persistence.

  14. My favourite CNY dish is Too Kar Chor [Pig Trotter in Black Vinegar Sauce], the sweet sourish gravy and ginger flavour is most appetising.
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  15. Hi Shannon,

    My favorite Chinese New Year dish is always the first one served: Yusheng. It is so yummy, and you get to have like a mini-food fight while yelling out all the things you want to experience like prosperity, and kids, and business, and long life and so on. It makes my heart and my tummy feel happy =))

  16. Hi Shannon! I love Lee Kum Kee sauces! Trying my luck here 🙂 My favourite Chinese New Year dish has to be Yee Sang!
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  17. My favourite Chinese New Year dish will be fu yu loh hon zai

  18. My favorite dish is the Yee Sang. So much fun!

  19. My favorite Chinese New Year Dish is Yee Sang with smoked salmon on it

  20. My fav Chinese New Year dish is Yee Sang……

  21. My favourite Chinese New Year dish is ngor hiang with lots of chestnuts in it!

  22. Hi Shannon, I’m glad for yr site, as like you, I was driven to watch my intake after illness.

    My fav CNY dish is my Mom’s Chye (vegetarian) Choy dish. It’s loaded wth assorted fungi, gingko nuts & soybean sheets. After too much meat & feasting, Chye Choy is a refreshing change

  23. My favorite dish for the holiday would have to be duck! Nothing like a well cooked duck with the best skin around!!!

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