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Tuesday, 26 May 2020

Roast Black Pepper Chicken For Lunch & Dinner

After 69 days under MCO, some of us are eager to resume their normal life such as going out to dine in restaurants and meeting up with friends. There are some who want to play safe by avoiding public places as much as possible. We do miss eating out with friends and taking short local holidays together. We are thankful that we can stay connected with one another using our Whatsapp Group Chat.
Break of dawn at 6:45 am
6:53 am - started our walk.
7:25 am - end of a short 30 minutes walk
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Breakfast
Hubby went out on his motorbike to buy breakfast.
He bought nasi lemak and 2 fried chinese doughnuts with sticky rice in the center (karp chung in Cantonese).
Hubby ate the nasi lemak and kept the Chinese doughnuts for mid morning tea.
I ate 2 toasted bread spread with home made peanut walnut butter and kaya. Both of us had hot green tea.
Hubby finished the nasi lemak but left behind some sambal sauce. I didn't want to waste the sambal sauce and it was a good excuse to have another piece of toasted bread spread with the sambal sauce. Now I am full and very satisfied!
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Lunch
I thawed the roast black pepper chicken and re-baked it in the oven. 
We each had a whole chicken leg for lunch and kept the rest of the chicken for dinner.
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Dinner
I cooked this meatless dish, consisting of yam bean (sengkuang) with carrot, fresh mushrooms and home grown spring onions.
I cooked 1 dried Cintan noodle for hubby, mixed with some garlic oil, oyster and soy sauce. Hubby ate only half the amount of chicken and the rest went to my plate.
What happened to the chicken meat that went to my plate? I shredded the meat and together with the yam bean I made chapati wrap.
Yums!
I will be making wraps with the rest of the frozen chapati. 
I kept the rest of the yam bean dish in the fridge.
These were shredded and kept in the fridge to make chapati wraps.
This sculpture was found at the Gopeng Gaharu Tea Valley.
Not sure whether it is wood or something that looks like wood.
Saw this golf set at the Sunday Flea Market in June, 2019.
For the time being, Flea Market not allowed under the MCO.


Be humble and gentle.
Be patient with each other,
making allowance for each other's faults
because of your love.
(Ephesians 4:2, The Living Bible-TLB)

56 comments:

  1. Lovely looking meals there, Trust you enjoyed.

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  2. Love your home made peanut Walnut butter. Yes, good on you for not wasting. Sambal is tasty when used as a spread on bread. Do you dare to dine out soon?

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    1. Thank you, Mun. For the time being, we won't be eating out in the shops or restaurants.

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  3. I miss flea market. I miss pasar tani. Sigh.

    Roasted pepoer chicken, I like that. Used to buy from Aeon but haven't step in Aeon since MCO.

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  4. oh, yes, some of us are really eager to resume the life.

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    1. For the time being, we will just have to be patient.

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  5. wah sengkuang in chapati wrap....like fusionised popiah! I like!

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    1. Hahaha...I didn't know I create a new food item.

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  6. It certainly is helpful to be creative during these times. Some people barely every cook so they must be having a problem coping with being confined to home.

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    1. So true, some people will have to depend on food delivery for their meals.

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  7. What lovely meals you made with the chicken! That sunrise looks so good too! Here a lot of restrictions are being lifted but we are still staying home often.

    Hope you are having a great week :)

    Away From Blue

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  8. ...what looks like a huge tree root is one of nature's sculptures. Thanks Nancy for sharing, take care!

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  9. Very tasty looking food. The sculpture was very interesting it would be nice to know more about it.

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  10. The baked chicken looks so delicious!
    Wow, you could not have chosen a better Bible verse for me.

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  11. That chicken look so delicious.

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  12. Delicious food! I love that wood sculpture.

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  13. Oh my what a day of feasts you had. I want some of each.


    Thank you for joining the Happy Tuesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Happy Tuesday, Nancy. ♥

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  14. You have a nice diet. And that sculpture looks interesting.

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    1. Hi there Nancy. The Cintan noodles, mixed with some garlic oil, oyster and soy sauce sounds amazing. Yum, yum.

      Cruisin Paul

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    2. Thank you, Paul. It is tasty.

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  15. Your veggies look so very good! Now i want a bit more for supper.

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  16. It all looks yummy. Oh, you make your own peanut butter!

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    1. Thank you, Ginny. Home made peanut butter taste much better.

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  17. I love home made peanut butter :)

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  18. great to have breakfast with "nasi lemak"...make me feel hungry

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  19. Todo se ve interesante. Besos.

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  20. I bought two honey chicken legs for S$3.50 last night, it is buy one get one free, yums!

    Wow you know how to make peanut butter.

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  21. The chicken legs got pepper and honey flavours, i choose honey.

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    1. I will choose one each because I want to try both.

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  22. Nice sounding food and nice looking photos

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  23. We live on a lake that has been used for logging for over 100 years. There are lots of stumps that float around that are as beautiful as man made sculptures. - Margy

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    1. That is wonderful. I am sure you have collected some beautiful stumps sculptured by nature from the lake.

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  24. Good idea with the chapatti wrap. I have been using Mission wraps, but it scares me that the expiry date is so long.

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    1. Could it be due to the product do not have any dairy or meat products that they can last longer?

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    2. It's very many months though. Surely food that isn't canned or frozen can't last that long without preservatives.

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    3. I think it is possible if kept frozen.

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