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Thursday, 12 December 2019

How I Cooked My Home Grown Vegetables

When my fridge is filled with vegetables from my garden, I have to think of ways to use them in my cooking. Most of the days when I cook, I only cook one meal per day and that is dinner. In this post, I shared some examples of my simple home cooked dishes.
Breaking of dawn at the recreational park.
Prawns and home grown vegetables curry.
I can lots of vegetables cooked in this curry dish.
Home grown old cucumbers and pork rib soup.
For better flavour and taste, I added dried cuttlefish, red dates & goji berries.
Steamed home grown vegetables with soy sauce & garlic, onion oil.
Conveniently used up at little of what has been harvested from the garden.
Steamed snake beans and stubby okra sprinkled with soy sauce, scallop sauce, garlic and onion crips and oil. I love beans and I enjoy eating this without any rice.
A small taro or yam cooked with dried prawns and spring onions from my garden.

The advice of a wise man refreshes like water

from a mountain spring.

Those accepting it become aware of the pitfalls on ahead.

(Proverbs 13:14, The Living Bible-TLB)

50 comments:

  1. I am sure the soup tastes yummy with added cuttlefish, red dates and goji berries. I like how you use soy sauce, scallop sauce, garlics and onion crisps in your snake beans dish. Yums!

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  2. I love vegetabel's meal... Especially natural ones ... it is impossible to find pure food lately, but my mother makes great meals with olive oil made from olives in our garden. Thanks for your sharing Nancy šŸ˜Š

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    1. Thank you, dear. I am sure your mom makes good olive oil.

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  3. So delicious! I love vegetable dishes!

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  4. Great to eat products from your own garden))) Thanks for the post. I think these dishes are yummy)))

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  5. You are an excellent gardener and cook, Nancy.

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  6. Looks so yummy. Thank you for sharing ^_^
    xoxo

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  7. It's amazing how many beautiful and delicious dishes you have cooked, just from the harvest you get from your own garden:) You put a little work in growing them and you profit a lot of unbeatable good food!

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    1. Thank you, Annie. Thinking of the rewards motivate me to work a little bit more in the garden.

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  8. I bet you are an excellent cook! Love your sunrise shot, too.

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    1. Thank you, Rose. Excellent only for my own standard.

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  9. I want to come to your house for dinner. I love your foodie posts.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. ♥

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    1. You are most welcome, Sandee. Have a great weekend!

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  10. You had some good crops this year and they have been well used. Have a good day, Diane

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    1. Yes, this round I have been blessed with good crops. Have an enjoyable weekend!

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  11. Yum, all so comforting looking. Nothing beats a home cooked meal.

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  12. Those are very healthy home cooked exotic meals!

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  13. Love your review as always ))

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  14. You grow and cook with love, that is the secret!

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  15. Sweet potato leaves are really new to me! How interesting

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    1. Thank you, Judee. Something that is easy to grow here.

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