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Wednesday, 1 April 2020

Wonton Noodle & Indian Bread With Chicken Curry

Yesterday (Tuesday, 14th day MCO), hubby went out to buy breakfast for himself because he is not keen to take bread too often.
 Hubby's breakfast
 Wonton noodle with fried pork and dumplings in soup.
I had bread with peanut jam and hot cocoa.
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Take away dinner for 2 people
 Hubby went out to buy dinner with 3-tier tiffin carier.
 Indian chicken curry
Spicy sambal gravy
 Chapati - Indian flat bread
 Roti telur - prata bread with egg.
 Our dinner on the 14th day MCO.
Yesterday was suppose to be the last day of MCO. Today begins another 2 weeks MCO extension until 14th April.
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From my garden
 Figs on my fig tree.
This season the birds ate most of the figs and bird's eye chili.
I only managed to taste 2 figs.


A tree is identified by the kind of fruit it produces.
Figs never grow on thorns, or grapes on bramble bushes.
(Luke 6:44, The Living Bible-TLB)

60 comments:

  1. Now I am missing Indian food. Lol. All the nearby Indian shops closed since first day of MCO.

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    1. I think this is the only Indian food stall that opens in my area.

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  2. I loved this post 😊 thanks for your sharing...

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  3. wow lots of good food, Nancy. I am drooling :-) Your fig tree is doing marvelous!

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  4. I am drooling over the Indian curry! Your fig plant is very fertile and productive.

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  5. I love figs. How annoying that the birds ate most of them.
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  6. ...take out is the order of the day.

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    1. It is either take out or delivered to the house.

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  7. What a lovely meal. You'll be happy to go out with the ban is lifted I'm sure. We all will.

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    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday, Nancy. ♥

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    1. Thank you, Sandee. We are missing out foodie outings. Have a good day.

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  8. I think we are all wondering if life will ever get back to normal...

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    1. I think it will take some time for everything to get back to normal.

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  9. I want that indian curry! Good that you are keeping yourself busy with gardening.

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    1. Have to space out eating curry because I don't want to end up with sore throat or cough.

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  10. Birds do like to eat fruits don't they. We chopped down our papaya tree because of it.

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    1. I had a papaya tree once and half the fruits were eaten by birds.

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  11. We made the same chicken curry at home today. Hope you all stay safe at home
    Take care

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  12. Enjoy in that delicious food and stay safe.

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  13. Hola Nancy. Rica comida y preciosa higuera. Manteneros a salvo vosotros también. Besos.

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  14. bardzo lubię te indyjskie chlebki , niestety u nas restauracje, kawiarnie i bary są pozamykane . Życzę dużo zdrowia:)






























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  15. The Prata Bread with egg looks so good! I would like to try it, how is it made?

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    1. I haven't tried but you can search on youtube for the homemade prata bread or roti canai recipe.

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  16. Nancy! That wanton noodles and crispy pork made me wanna go down for an earlier breakfast! And I love your fig tree! Fig trees are gaining popularity here in the Philippines but only the rich can afford it as ornamentals inside their houses because since it's not endemic here in our country, it gets very very pricey!

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    1. Smaller fig trees are cheaper. Once they grow bigger can propagate them into many plants.

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  17. I love Curry! We usually eat it with rice or naan

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  18. We are extended here, too, but it looks like you are coming up with fabulous meals.

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  19. Delicious meals, Nancy. Enjoy. Our infected numbers are so high that we dare not go out to dapao. May your area be free from ever reaching our point. And thank you for leaving food out for the birds xx ^.^

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    1. We are also staying updated on the numbers. Hope our areas will not be total lockdown.

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  20. at least you managed to eat two figs. Are people wearing masks when they go out to buy food as takeaways? Good that you use tiffins to save on packaging.

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    1. Most of us wear mask when we go out for shopping or for takeaways.

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  21. There is not much I can say is that you pleaase keep safe during these crazy times. I doubt that we'll never have a normal in our lives. Nancy, keep happy and safe. See ya.

    Cruisin Paul

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    1. Thank you, Paul. You and family take care and stay safe too.

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  22. Well I like fig newton cookies does that count? Otherwise, I have never had Indian cooking, but I heard it was really hot & I have a sensitive stomach. Thanks for sharing though. Stay healthy my new friend.

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    1. Not all Indian curries are hot but if you have a sensitive stomach, then it is wise to avoid curries. Stay healthy too, Dolly.

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  23. I miss prata and indian curries!

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    1. Nice to have prata and Indian curries once a while.

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  24. Sosları ve köriyi çok severim. Afiyet olsun.

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  25. So nice got delivery! I have to cook each day to survive.. hahaaa..

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  26. Se ven muy bien los higos. Un beso.

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  27. Your food always looks so good and I bet it smells great, too!

    Your link is a great addition to 'My Corner of the World' this week! Thanks for linking up!

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  28. Cannot put some kind of netting over the figs? So much hard work only to lose the fruits.

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    1. Since the plant is not very big, I will try to cover the whole plant with netting when there are fruits.

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