A barley-infused seafood porridge flavoured with succulent scallops, shrimps and conpoy.
Added into rice porridge, barley gives additional texture along with the benefits of dietary fibre, which supports digestive health. Furthermore, barley’s low glycaemic index ensures a gradual release of digested glucose into the body, making it a suitable option for individuals who are diabetic or looking to control their blood sugar levels.
The highlight of this savoury dish is the tantalising combination of scallops, shrimps and conpoy (dried scallops). Scallops and shrimps are rich in essential vitamins and minerals, especially vitamin B12, which plays a crucial role in nerve function and red blood cell production. Conpoy contributes umami goodness, adding depth and complexity to the overall flavour profile.
|30 pcs (~20g per piece)
|Dried conpoy (pre-steamed)
|Green asparagus (diced)
|White pepper powder
|Prawn and scallop marinade
|1 egg (50g)
|Spring onion (chopped)
Chef Sam Leong’s Pearls of the Sea is one of the dishes from our Guest Chef menu, prepared fresh daily by our culinary teams in Mount Elizabeth Hospitals, Gleneagles Hospital, and Parkway East Hospital. It’s been reviewed by our dietitians to ensure that it’s as nutritious as it is tasty.
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