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Saturday, 18 April 2020

Seafood Curry For Dinner

I woke up early yesterday morning, 31st day MCO. I went out to check the sky. I unlock the gate and look up and down the street in front of my house. It was empty and very quiet. I have to be alert to my surrounding. I quickly took a few snapshots of the sunrise and went back into the house again.
Lovely sky at 6:50 am.
The sky looks so different at 6:52 am.
On the opposite side, view of the Kledang Hill at 6:57 am.
The rising sun hidden by grey cloud at 7:18 am.
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Breakfast
Home made stewed duck noodle.
I used dried Cintan noodle.
Breakfast for two people.
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Lunch
I boiled sweet porridge with mung beans, red beans, dried longan, pandan leaves (screwpine leaves) and brown sugar.
Hide and seek.
I chose this picture for Saturday's critters.
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Dinner
I have a packet of seafood curry paste. I had shelled prawns but no fish. I have fish paste in the fridge so I used it to fry fish cake. I have no coconut milk so  I used milk instead. It was too troublesome to go out just to buy one or two items when we are under MCO.
Seafood curry with ready made curry paste (A1 brand).
Ingredients: shelled prawns, fried fish cake, cauliflower, tomatoes, onions and milk.
Our 1 dish (seafood curry) with steamed rice for dinner.
I divided the curry into 3 portions. The 2nd and 3rd portions will be used for tomorrow's breakfast and lunch.
After dinner, before locking the front gate, I went out to the road to snap this view of the Kledang Hill at 6:45 pm. These days, we lock up early. Under MCO, we have the police patrolling the area to make sure we stay home and stay safe.

Linking to Saturday's Critters.

The Lord is my fort where I can enter and be safe;
no one can follow me in and slay me.
He is a rugged mountain where I hide; he is my Savior,
a rock where none can reach me,
and a tower of safety. He is my shield.
He is like the strong horn of a mighty fighting bull.
(Psalm 18:2, The Living Bible-TLB)

52 comments:

  1. Amazing sky shots, Nancy! That seafood curry looks utterly delicious and flavourful.

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  2. Wonderful sunrise photos 😊 thanks for your sharing 😊

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  3. Beautiful sky photos. Have a nice weekend.

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  4. Very beautiful purple sky (first photo). I miss having curries. Stewed duck for me pls.

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  5. Hello Nancy, your sunrise is gorgeous! I love the colors. The noodles look yummy. Love the cute kitty. Take care! Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend. PS, thanks for the comment on my blog.

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    1. Thank you, Eileen for hosting. Have a great weekend.

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  6. ...Nancy, tou captured a beautiful sight at 6:52 am!

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  7. wow! your seafood curry must taste very good. i am sure the milk taste cannot be differentiated from coconut milk. is that correct?

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    1. Thank you, Mun. The milk taste just as good as the coconut milk.

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  8. Your tong sui is so tasty with both mung bean and red bean. The duck stew you cooked from raw fresh duck? you are a super cook. Your sons reading your posts must be salivating.

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    1. I used frozen raw duck I bought from the supermarket. You will be surprised. Actually my sons don't quite like stewed duck.

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  9. That is the way to being a day! What a joyous burst of color.

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  10. Lovely sky shot and simple delicious homemade cuisine. Cute kitty to hide on

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  11. I'm so glad to know you are well and able to stay at home. Your food looks so yummy and the cat is so pretty. Take care of yourself sweet friend! Hugs and love, Diane

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  12. It was a delight to see the shots of the sky, lovely photos. Take care and stay safe.

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  13. Beautiful sky pictures today! Wonder what kitty is hiding from? Is he under a car?

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    1. Thank you, Ginny. The kitty is hiding under a car.

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  14. Those are lovely skies! It's wonderful that you are able to step out and snap the photos.

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  15. Great idea to use cow's milk instead of coconut milk. I should experiment with curry powder.

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  16. The food looks yummy! I really like the sunrise pictures too, it's nice you can still get outside and appreciate the sky :)

    Hope that you are having a nice weekend :) It's a rainy day here - perfect weather for continuing to isolate at home!

    Away From Blue

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  17. Beautiful sunrise!
    Your foods are always delicious, Nancy!

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  18. Love curried Seafood, yum yum. Diane

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  19. Wow! I like the idea of eating seafood in curry. I can eat many plates of rice.

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    1. Thank you, TM. Of all curries, seafood curry is my favourite.

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  20. chicken curry so delicious....yummy

    Beautiful sky views

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  21. Your curry looks good. Is this A1 curry paste nice? Can recall how much roughly for a pack?

    I saw someone mentioning this on a FB site and saw Shopee selling for about RM5.

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    1. Thank you, Stacy. I can't remember the cost of the curry paste. The taste of the curry is quite good.

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