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Sunday, 5 April 2020

Homemade Steamed BBQ Pork Buns & Penang Assam Laksa

Saturday 4th April, 18th day MCO.
 Reflection of sunrise - 7:30 am
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Homemade breakfast
 I cooked non fried dried Cintan noodle, mixed with garlic oil, dark and light soy sauce. Served the noodle with blanched siew pak choy (veggie) and warmed up leftover bbq pork.
 Our breakfast served with thick hot Milo O & cocoa drinks.
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From my garden
 Fragrant Jasmine flowers
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I kept half of the bbq pork for making steamed bbq buns.
Bun dough - a mixture of wholemeal & all-purpose wheat flour.
 Steamed wholemeal bun with bbq pork filling for lunch.
 Shared some of the buns with my neighbours.
Just packed 2 buns into a container and passed it over the fence.
That is how we bless each other.
 Pink hibiscus from my garden.
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Our dinner
I bought this instant Penang Assam Laksa paste, Nyor Nyer brand when we were in Penang end of last year.
I just need to add the paste to boiling water (1 litre water) and then add in canned sardine fish. Break up the fish meat and discard the tomato sauce. Blanch some soaked rice vermicelli. Served with thinly sliced 1 big onion. Have to go without all the other garnishing because there was none at home. Too troublesome to go to the store.
 Penang Assam Laksa for 2 people.
For the noodle, I used brown rice vermicelli. My craving for Penang Assam Laksa was satisfied! There was some leftover laksa soup which I have kept for tomorrow's breakfast.

You supply it, and they gather it.

You open wide your hand to feed them,

and they are satisfied with all your bountiful provision.

(Psalm 104:28, The Living Bible-TLB)

38 comments:

  1. Your plates of food are so pretty. And your buns are awesome looking, so professional. GORGEOUS Hibiscus, beautiful pink with the sun shining on it.

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  2. wow those wholemeal buns look so good! Beautiful hibiscus:-)

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  3. Your breakfast looks so delicious and so is the home cooked asam laksa! Your neighbor is so blessed to received your yummy char siew pau!

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    1. Thank you, PH. We bless each other with food gifts. Happy new week.

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  4. ...sharing is always important and even more so in these days. Thanks for the pink hibiscus.

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    1. You are most welcome, Tom. Have a good week.

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  5. So many good meals, and sharing your blessings is a lovely thing to do. Jasmine is one of my favorites, i wish i could smell it through the picture!

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  6. Oh, my, I have never seen barbecue pork stuffed buns...I bet they are so good!

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  7. That cloud in the front of your home is amazing. I like it so much as well as photos of flowers.

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  8. Very satisfying breakfast. Wow homemade assam laksa!

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  9. You eat meat for breakfast, whereas we eat pancakes, or rolls, or fruit. Interesting diet.

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  10. Wow, you are a superb cook. Your breakfast of dry noodles with char siew looks better than outside food. The baos are healthy version with whole meal flour but tasty too. The assam laksa looks so good. Yummy!

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  11. Everything looks yummy Nancy. I love the noodles. Keep safe my friend.

    Cruisin Paul

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  12. I have my eye on those buns. They look delicious.

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  13. hey Nancy, I also did two of the above but on different days.. thanks for teaching me how to do steamed pau, but i forgot how to fold them like yours la!

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    1. You are most welcome. It doesn't matter as long as the folds stay intact.

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  14. my neighbour also gave us asam laksa (on Saturday)...but yours have much more sardines....

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    1. I make the soup a bit thick so I get to have more fish flakes in the soup.

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  15. Aorund there are not only pretty skies, but flowers too! ❤

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    1. Most days we get pretty sunrise but some day none.

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  16. Todos son interesantes. Besitos y salud.

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  17. There's penang laksa dried noodles being sold if you want to go a step nearer hawker assam laksa haha. Looks good with your additions of sardines and onions.

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    1. I haven't tried the dried noodle type. Will check it out next time.

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