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Tuesday, 24 November 2020

Curry Noodle & Chicken Arrowroot Soup On A Cool Day

Last week, both of our regular coffee shops were closed for 2 days. Coincidentally, the rest days of both the coffee shops fell on the same days i.e. Monday and Tuesday. On Tuesday morning, we went to another nearby coffee shop for breakfast after our morning walk. On and off, we will have breakfast at Restoran Kee Tuck Seak because hubby likes to eat the wat tan hor or the flat rice noodle with thick egg + cornflour gravy.

Whenever he comes to this coffee shop, he will order this wat tan hor and unsweetened black coffee.

This is my first time ordering the curry noodle. For drink, I ordered unsweetened coffee with evaporated milk (kopi-c kosong).
Multi layered petals yellow hibiscus.
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Home cooked dinner for 2 people.
Hubby got so bored with eating angled luffa from our garden. He will just eat a few spoonful and the rest will be finished by me. I love angled luffa for its natural sweetness.
Arrowroot + peanuts + chicken soup.
To soften the peanuts, I boiled the peanuts with water in the pressure cooker. Then I add in the arrow root, red dates without pit, goji berries, carrot, chicken legs to boil again. Some people will drink the soup without eating the other ingredients but I love to the drink as well as eat the soften peanuts and carrot without eating any rice.
I saw these posters at Kapitan Kongsi Hotel, Malacca.


My bones were not hidden from you when I was made in secret,

when I was formed in the depths of the earth.

Your eyes saw me when I was formless;

all my days were written in your book and

planned before a single one of them began.

God, how precious your thoughts are to me;

how vast their sum is!

(Psalm 139:15-17, Christian Standard Bible-CSB)

48 comments:

  1. Con la llegada del frío, pegan esas sopas calientes. Unas verduras y carne o pescado, es un buen menú para segundo plato.

    Que tengas un maravilloso día.

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  2. I love that soup...so nutritious and tasty.

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  3. That hibiscus is so beautiful.

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  4. ...perhaps because of your mild weather, motorcycles are so popular in your area. Thanks Nancy for coming to the party, take care!

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    1. Many use motorcycles to avoid traffic congestion and not everyone can afford a car.

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  5. Oh the food. You made my stomach growl this morning.

    Love the bikes.

    Thank you for joining the Happy Tuesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Happy Tuesday, Nancy. ♥

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  6. I love that gorgeous yellow Hibiscus and everything looks delicious!

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  7. I often wondered why our breakfasts are so different. I guess our tastes are so different. I has toasts with peanurbutter & Jam and coffee. The only thing that was the same was the coffee. Enjoy your day my friend.

    Cruisin Paul

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    1. Sometimes, we do take toast with peanut butter, jam and coffee. Hubby is more of a noodle person when it comes to breakfast.

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  8. I also love to eat the ingredients in the soup but not drink the soup, lolx. Nice breakfast! Can both of you finish eating all the items for breakfast?

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    1. Thank you, Mun. Ha ha...my hubby will usually drink the soup and leave behind the ingredients.

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  9. That yellow hibiscus is simply gorgeous!!!

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  10. Cool photos! Thank you very much for sharing)

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  11. hot curry is my favorite during cold day...yummy.
    Have a great day

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  12. Ooh lots of tasty looking dishes. I love the Psalm you have here too. It is so nice to be here and say hello. Have a great rest of the week. HUGS across the miles.

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    1. Thank you, Anne for your visit and comment. Sending hugs to you and have a great day.

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  13. Some days a different breakfast is a nice treat.

    Angled luffa is one food i want to try if i ever get the chance.

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    1. Thank you, Mimi. You will love angled luffa for sure.

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  14. Your hibiscus is pretty.
    Meal looking good.

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  15. My hubby will put tons of ingredients in his soups and then leave them behind. To me, that's such a waste. But I used to try to eat them, now I give up as there's just too much!

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    1. Yes, we can't eat all the ingredients. These days, I won't eat rice so I can finish most of the ingredients.

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  16. Here in the U.S. we are celebrating Thanksgiving. I hope you have many reasons to be grateful today!
    Thanks for sharing at https://chingchailah.blogspot.com/2020/11/curry-noodle-chicken-herbal-soup-on.html

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    1. Happy Thanksgiving to you and family. Even though we don't have special day to celebrate, there are many, many things to be thankful for.

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  17. The curry noodles look so red hot spicy. I will eat the peanuts, carrots and chicken in the soup.

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    1. Actually the curry not hot and spicy, just that the colour looks red and very misleading.

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  18. Beautiful shade of Hibiscus.Thanks for joining in Garden Affair. It would be my pleasure if you join my link up party related to gardening here at http://jaipurgardening.blogspot.com/2020/11/garden-affair-small-flowers-big.html

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