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Thursday, 20 September 2018

Home Cooked Deep Fried Nam Yee Chicken Wings

There is this jar of red fermented bean curd (nam yue in Cantonese) which I have bought from the grocery shop and I have left it unopened on the kitchen shelf.
It has been a long time since I cooked deep fried chicken wings, so I thought it was good way to use the fermented bean curd since I had some chicken wings in the freezer. After defrosting the chicken wings, I used this red fermented bean curd as one of the ingredients to marinate the chicken wings.
Next, I went out to the side garden to see if I can harvest some vegetables for dinner. I didn't want the Malabar Spinach to grow long, so I harvest a few stalks.
Some of the leaves were as big as my palm. Some were even bigger than this.
Then I also harvested some sweet potato leaves to add to the Malabar Spinach.
Deep fried Nam Yue Chicken Wings.
I have some flat beans in the fridge which I also added to the Malabar Spinach and sweet potato leaves to cook a big plate of vegetables cooked with sambal dried prawns. 
We ate these 2 dishes with a few spoonfuls of steamed white rice.
Deep friend chicken wings with Thai chili sauce and sambal dried prawns mixed vegetables.
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The following pictures are for joining Good Fences.
In the midst of contruction.
Part of the stadium undergoing a face lift.
 The workers will have a tough time getting the creepers off the fence.

Linking to Good Fences.

Young people are prone to foolishness and fads;

the cure comes through tough-minded discipline.

(Proverbs 22:15, The Message-MSG)

38 comments:

  1. Sounds delicious. Well done. Keep well Diane

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  2. What a lovely home cooked meal. I'm always hungry when I show up here.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. ♥

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  3. I can have lots of rice with just these two dishes, especially the Nam Yue Chicken Wings, they look simply delicious! Blessed is your hubby :)

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  4. At first I thought your shot of the stadium was a jet plane! What is the big green building going to be? I have never heard of or seen spinach this big and beautiful!!! Does it taste just like regular spinach?

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    1. I have no idea what that green building is going to be. This is the Malabar Spinach. It has thick, succulent leaves.

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  5. Love your review as always ))

    https://elenabienvenido.blogspot.com/

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  6. Always nice to have a home cooked meal, it looks delicious.

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    1. Thank you, Mamas! It definitely tastes better.

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  7. That construction work looks like they'll be big.

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  8. La comida se ve deliciosa. Un beso.

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  9. Your home cooked meals look delightful. Will the fencing come down when construction is done?

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    1. I think the fencing will come down once the construction is done!

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  10. So yummy, Nancy. How satisfying to eat vegetables from your own garden! ^.^

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  11. Very yummy homemade meal, Nancy. I so want some of those sweet potato leaves!

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    1. Thank you, Angie! I planted 2 small pots of sweet potato leaves and they are enough to supply our need.

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  12. Delicious home cooked meal. I love nam yue chicken but my family bored of it now. Lol.

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    1. Thank you, Rose! If I eat too often, I too would get bored. Ha ha ha!

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  13. I like to eat nam yue marinated meat and those chicken wings you cooked look so tasty.

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    1. Thank you, Mun! I too love dishes with nam yue!

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  14. Superb looking chicken wings.

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