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Saturday, 19 October 2019

Home Cooked Yam Rice & Yam Cake

One Wednesday, it was small group meeting in my house. I bought 2 big yam or taro from the roadside stall at the recreational park. One yam was for making yam cake or yam kuih for the small group meeting of about 13 members including the hosts (hubby and I).
This was the finished product ready to be served after the meeting.
This was after the yam cake has been cooled and ready for the placing of garnishing as in the first photo.
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The 2nd yam, I used it to make yam rice the day after the small group meeting.
I had visitors and I cooked the yam rice for brunch.
We each had a big bowl of yam rice.  I love yam rice.
A few hours later, we went out for our Chinese rojak snack (fruits salad).
We also ordered 3 crispy crackers and topped with the rojak sauce.
Japanese carps at the Big Red Strawberry Farm in Cameron Highlands.
Love to see the colourful Japanese carps.
They also have Guinea Fowls at the farm.
They do not have pretty face but they have pretty polka dot feathers.

Linking to Saturday's Critters.

He will cover you with his feathers.

He will shelter you with his wings.

His faithful promises are your armor and protection.

(Psalm 91:4, New Living Translation-NLT)

62 comments:

  1. Hello, the food looks yummy. Love the pretty fish. The guinea fowl are pretty too with their polka dot feathers. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend! PS, thank for leaving me a comment.

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    1. Thank you, Eileen. Have a wonderful new week.

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  2. Guinea fowls look splendid! Their name in Finnish is HELMIKANA, meaning literally Pearl Chicken. A good name, isn't it!

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    1. Thank you, Riitta. I think Pearl Chicken sounds much better.

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  3. Oh! I can only look on wistfully at your yam cake and yam rice. I want some. LOL!

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    1. If only I could send some to you but you are too far away.

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  4. I am fascinated by the yam cake! It looks so interesting and must taste great. I've never seen anything like it before. Your carp photos are beautiful. Thank you for the post!

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    1. Thank you, Judee. My SG members love this yam cake and the whole tray will be gone. I like it when the food I prepared is appreciated.

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  5. Hi! Those meals look delicious. I would like to taste them. I hope you´ll visit my blog soon. Have a nice day!

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  6. ...the colorful carps and Guinea Fowl are a beautiful sight.

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  7. Guinea fowls are so PRETTY! Love that taro cake, Nancy.

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  8. Rice with vegetable is a very good idea to have for a lunch! ☁ ☂

    Blog de la Licorne * Instagram * We♥It

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  9. Estupenda información! Es un placer leerte! Feliz noche! 🌸🌸🌸

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  10. Yam cake and yam rice both sound good to me! Do you ever post recipes?

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    1. Thank you, Linda. I seldom post recipes but if you are interested then you can let me know which recipe. I can share it with you.

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  11. I like to eat yam so I would love to eat the two yam dishes you cooked. They look so tasty!

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    1. Thank you, Mun. I am a yam lover too. Both are very delicious.

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  12. Hola Nancy. los platos tienen un aspecto muy rico y las Carpas son preciosas. Besos.

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  13. You are such a good home cook! The feather pattern of the Guinea Fowl is beautiful.

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    1. Thank you, Ginny. Good enough for home and guests.

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  14. All the food you prepare looks so good! I wish I could try some of these dishes!

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    1. Thank you, dear. I would love to share with you.

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  15. I have always thought guinea fowl are so iteresting....I had an aunt that had some. And we used to stop at this little restaurant in a town on the way to our daughter's house, and one single guinea fowl used to come running to see if we had anything for it to eat. We always wondered where it came from....and then we never seen it again, and we wondered what happened to it.

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    1. We don't get to see guinea fowl often. I hope the one that came running to you is safe somewhere.

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  16. You make a beautiful yam cake and lovely yam rice, i'd want to taste both!

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  17. Yam rice looks very yummy.
    Beautiful fishes and polka dots creatures

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  18. this looks so delicious!

    x Natalie
    Lucy and the Runaways - Blog and Instagram

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  19. Must be good. I like yam cake.

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  20. I want the yam cake and yam rice. Yums!

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  21. Una vez tuve gallinas de Guinea, las carpas me gustan. Un beso.

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  22. The food for me is always so interesting because is so different to my usual food. Thank you so much for share with us darling
    xx

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  23. Oh so nice, so different from what I am used to

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  24. I like your yam cake, looks so delicious!

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  25. Super job with the 2 yams! I especially love yam cake.

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