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Thursday, 10 December 2020

Steamed Minced Pork With Tung Choy

After morning walk and breakfast, we stopped to buy some pork ribs and minced pork to cook for dinner before walking home.

Day 1

We passed by these little black birds perched on the power cables above us.
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With the minced pork which I bought in the morning, I used it to steamed with tung choy.
Tung choy sold in the above jar, some are repacked into small plastic packs. Tung choy is a type of preserved vegetable which can be used for steaming with meat or for making soup.
Dinner Day 1
1. Steamed minced pork with tung choy in the centre.
 2. Yacon soup cooked with pork ribs, carrot, tomato and onions.
3. Steamed rice.
We couldn't finished the steamed pork, kept the leftover for next day's dinner.
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Day 2
Sunrise at 7:40am
Dinner Day 2
1. Rice porridge
2. Leftover steamed mince pork with tung choy.
3. Diced French beans and salted radish omelette.
4. Deep fried anchovies
Leftover steamed minced pork with tung choy.
French beans and salted radish omelette.
French beans given by a friend.
These anchovies were fried to be kept for another day's porridge but ended up on the table as well.
These sweet meat were pan fried for snacking just like the yoke kon or bak kwa.

Sweet wine will drip from the mountains,
and the hills shall flow with milk.
Water will fill the dry streambeds of Judah,
and a fountain will burst forth from the
Temple of the Lord to water Acacia Valley.
(Joel 3:18, The Living Bible-TLB)

48 comments:

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    1. Thank you, Carol. I don't know why I cannot access your blog.

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  2. I I bet your husband enjoys your cooking!

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    1. Thank you, Rose. He does, but sometimes he wants to eat out for a chance which give me a chance to take a rest.

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  3. I love that first pic of the birds lined up on the fence.

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    1. Thank you, Monica. I don't know why I cannot access your blog.

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  4. Another great post, I love anchovies. Keep safe, Diane

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  5. Steamed minced pork with tung choy is one of my favourites. Both days dinner look good but I do not really fancy anchovies.

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    1. Thank you, Libby. I love anchovies in soup but hubby only like deep fried.

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  6. ...in the first picture, you sure have quite a lineup!

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  7. Such an appetizing meal! I have exactly the same jar of preserved vegetable.

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  8. Tasty dinner but that is a lot of anchovies! Cannot finish do much anchovies in one meal right?

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    1. Lol! I thought we couldn't finish but we did. That's why the steamed minced pork had to be kept for next meal.

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  9. I'm coming over for some of each dish. Yummy.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. ♥

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    1. Thank you, Sandee. I am trouble accessing your blog today.

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    1. They seem to like the power cable and the trees.

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  11. Notice how the birds are all facing the same direction?

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  12. I guess I like the omelet the best. Looks very colorful and tasty.

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    1. Thank you, Gigi. I have trouble accessing your blog today.

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  13. That steamed pork went a long way! It looks delicious.

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  14. looking forward to seeing your christmas foods

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    1. I have not decided what to cook for Christmas yet.

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  15. Nice shot of the birds.

    It's always nice to have leftovers as the start of a new meal. It makes me feel like i'm at least partway done with cooking already.

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    1. Thank you, Mimi. With leftover, we have one dish less to cook.

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  16. love to see "little black birds perched on the power cables"....beautiful.

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  17. Such beautiful and tasty food!!!
    Have a great weekend.

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    1. Thank you, Yogi. I am having trouble accessing your blog today.

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  18. I'd forgotten about steamed mince meat with tung choy! Yums, I must get hold of some soon. With mui choy is also nice.

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    1. Yes, both tung choy and mui choy taste great.

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