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Monday, 24 August 2020

Indian style fried rice vermicelli, sweet snacks & steamed fish

After we have had our walk, we stopped to take away 2 packets of fried vermicelli Indian style from the roadside stall.

As usual, we requested for extra sambal. We went to our regular coffee shop, ordered our coffee and ate our breakfast there.

We walked home after breakfast. I stopped to take a snapshot of this Ochna serrulata berries.

Back in my garden, I harvest 2 ripe figs.
These figs taste sweeter since they had the chance to ripen well on the plant before they were harvested.
Chilled herbal jelly (Gui Ling Guo) - the last one left in the fridge.
Chilled Sago dessert with palm sugar and evaporated milk.
I used milk because I do not have fresh coconut milk.
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Simple Home Cooked Dinner
I had another 3 fishes in the fridge. Since they were very fresh, I decided to steam them tom yam style. I used the same ingredients and they were all placed on top of the fishes.
I also steamed 2 Chinese sausages and the darker one was the liver sausage.
This was our simple home cooked dinner with rice porridge.
Chilled home made sago dessert after dinner.
It was a mild sweet dessert which I have not ate for a long time.

Be full of love for others,
following the example of Christ who loved you and
himself to God as a sacrifice to take away your sins.
And God was pleased,
for Christ's love for you was like sweet perfume to him.
(Ephesians 5:2, The Living Bible-TLB)

50 comments:

  1. Nice to have that sago dessert once in a while.

    Tom yum steamed fish with porridge is not my usual combo, though I wouldn't say no to delicious food!

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    1. I am glad that hubby doesn't mind having porridge for dinner because I love porridge.

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  2. Wow, what a appetizing dinner! Got desserts some more.. very nice!

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    1. I made this dessert because I want to clear the sago from the fridge. Too many things in the fridge.

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  3. So yummy! I haven't had any Chinese sausage in a long while. Gotta get some this week.

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  4. I love sago dessert with coconut milk. In fact any desserts that contain sago will get the thumbs up from me :) I have a few fish in my freezer and it is time to take them out to cook!

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    1. I too love this dessert with coconut milk, but have to make do with just milk.

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  5. You must be vip customers at the coffee shops to eat outside food there cos in KL, there are signs that say no outside food allowed even though drinks are bought from the coffee shops. Did you ask for forks to eat the meehoon from the drinks operator in the coffee shop? Or you brought your own forks or the roadside stalls gave disposable plastic forks to go with the meehoon? So nice of the coffee shop people. Must be not many customers dining in at that time.

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    1. This coffee shop is quite relaxed with outside food ruling. Most are regular customers. Hubby sometimes go there 2 to 3 times a day. We get our fork from our friend's stall. Hehehee...

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  6. I love to eat sago pudding. The waxed sausages must be for your husband because he doesn't eat much fish apart from the fish meat you removed for him, right?

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  7. ...I'd like the fish please.

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  8. I bet you are a wonderful cook...

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  9. The fish dish looks wonderful, then it all does.

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  10. You seem to eat out a lot. Blessings!

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    1. We usually eat out for breakfast and sometimes dinner. The rest of the times, will be cooking at home.

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  11. I usually visit you during my morning coffee and before breakfast. My stomach growls and I become ever so hungry looking at your delicious food.

    Have a fabulous day and week, Nancy. ♥

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    1. Thank you, Sandee. Good to give you good appetite for your breakfast. Have a great day.

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  12. I love sago as a desert something that I have not had in awhile, yummy!

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    1. This is the first time I make sago dessert in a long, long time.

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  13. We have two fig trees loaded at present :-) Sorry I am not visiting so often but our WiFi is slower than slow at present and to visit your blogs it is taking me anything between 15 and 30 mins to download each blog, It is pathetic and very frustrating.
    Keep safe Diane

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    1. Yes, it can be very frustrating having to wait for the slow internet to download each page. Hope something can be done to make the internet faster. Take care and stay safe.

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  14. Those berries are so unusual. Are they edible?

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  15. Your figs look so good, and so does the rest of what you cook and grow.

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  16. steaming fish and coffee look appealing...yummy

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    1. I too have missed having sago desserts for a long time.

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  18. Thank you for visiting and comment on my blog and wish you a good day.

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  19. Los higos se ven muy bien. Besos.

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  20. I like your homecooked dinner with the sausages and fish.

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    1. Thank you, Libby. They are simple and easy to cook.

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  21. I hv not eaten indian style vermicelli before, usually i will be attracted to their briyani.

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    1. The fried vermicelli from this stall is especially yummy.

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