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Monday, 14 December 2020

Fried Rice Vermicelli, Fried Snacks & Wonton Noodle

The air was cool and fresh and the ground was still wet from the previous night's heavy downpour when we set out on our morning walk.

The birds were loud as if calling out cheerful greeting of "Good Morning" to one another.
The birds started to come out from the trees to perch on the power lines.
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Simple and cheap, yet delicious breakfast
We bought 3 packets of the above fried rice vermicelli (Indian style) from a roadside stall. We gave a packet to our friend. Each packet costs RM2.
Our breakfast: spicy fried rice vermicelli and a cup of coffee.
On our walk home, we passed by this hen and her chicks.
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Simple economy lunch.
This place suddenly came to mind. We haven't eaten these for a long time. Love the crispy fried snacks.
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One of our favourite noodles for dinner.
Wonton noodle and minced pork dumplings in Buntong village. I prefer this wonton noodle with a softer texture because of less "kansui" or alkaline solution
Evening sky at 6:45am.
Expecting rain again later in the night.

But, O my soul, don't be discouraged.
Don't be upset. Expect God to act!
For I know that I shall again have plenty of reason
to praise him for all that he will do.
He is my help! He is my God!
(Psalm 42:11, The Living Bible-TLB)

44 comments:

  1. You find the best eats, Nancy. I love wonton noodle soup.

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  2. The vermicelli doesn't exactly look appetising, but it must be since you buy it often.

    That's a pretty hen.

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    1. The vermicelli doesn't look appetising but it is very tasty especially with the added spicy and sweet sambal.

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  3. ...the hen and chicks remind me of Maui!

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    1. Hope you will be able to visit Maui again soon.

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  4. I would like to try the fried rice vermicelli :)

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  5. Great sky shots. It as amazing to see so many birds on the power lines and a cute phot of the hen and its chicks.

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  6. The sky is lovely and that chook is in a hurry.

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  7. The day seems lovely for you to wake up to birds sound and sight. Liked your simple delicious dishes, along with a strong coffee.

    Take care

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  8. You have so many wonderful places to eat!

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  9. Oh no rice. Noodles and bee hoon day :)

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  10. The morning mihun sambal looks spicy. Is that a bowl a red bean tong sui for lunch? You both went out for dinner? Cos u usually cook dinner at home.

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    1. Yes, that evening lazy to cook so went to Buntong village to enjoy my favourite wonton noodle.

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  11. I loved your breakfast, your lunch and your dinner. You two eat so very well.

    Have a fabulous day and week, Nancy. ♥

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  12. I love the Bible verse you shared today. And love that shot with the chickens.

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  13. Me encantó la gallina. Besos.

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  14. Chickens are so interesting.

    Fried rice vermicelli looks like something i might like to try.

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  15. Hope we can have a nice meal or two soon!

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  16. I have been to your country, spicy fried rice vermicelli and a cup of coffee are everything! Love the meal. Look delicous under your camera, too.
    XOXO
    Lovely
    twetw.com

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