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Friday, 5 February 2021

Boiled Chickpeas, Claypot Chicken Rice & Home Grown Long Beans

This was last Wednesday, the 6th day of MCO 2.0. We started off the day with a free breakfast.

 Curry noodle from our friend.
Boiled chickpeas for lunch and snack.
I washed and soaked the chickpeas overnight in the fridge.
Long beans harvested from my garden.
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What we had for dinner.....
Hubby went out to takeaway (tapau) our favourite claypot chicken rice. Besides chicken, other ingredients include Chinese sausage and a small piece of salted fish.
While hubby went out to tapau, I sauteed the long beans with garlic and salt.
Garnishing from the previous day (leftover from the roast pork bone porridge), sambal dried prawns and bird's eye chilies in soy sauce.
Claypot chicken rice and sauteed long beans for dinner.
Sunrise at 7:40am
Sunrise at 7:50am.
From my garden: Baby Kaffir limes drenched with rain droplets.


For God's Word is solid to the core;

everything he makes is sound inside and out.

He loves it when everything fits,

when his world is in plumb-line true.

Earth is drenched in God's affectionate satisfaction.

(Psalm 33:4-5, The Message-MSG)

58 comments:

  1. oh lots of yummy dishes dear Nancy :)

    i wonder what we call these long beans here as they look familiar but not seen often though
    glorious sunrise :)
    blessings!

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  2. Your long bean is really so very long. The curry Mee hoon looks so creamy and tasty. I don't think you both can finish all the garnishing during dinner. Did you?

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    1. Oh yes, we finished the ginger strips and spring onions.

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  3. The dinner looks so good. Beautiful sunrise shots, Nancy.

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  4. Delicious! The sunrise shots are pretty. Have a great weekend Nancy :)

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  5. Looks yummy. Full recipe pls?

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  6. Oh you have limes in your garden, how fascinating is that! The dinners look very appetizing, bon appetit!

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  7. ...WOW, those sure are long beans.

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  8. Omg loved! <3

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  9. Kaffir limes are new to me, great sky photo and Bible verse. Take care!!

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  10. It all looks so wonderful, but the chicken and rice is one of my favorites.

    Have a fabulous day and weekend, Nancy. ♥

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  11. Beautiful skies and delicious-looking food!!

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  12. Wow !The food looks delishious-Yum! The sunrise is fabulous and those limes look wonderful! Thanks your sharing and visiting us! Have a marvellously Happy Day!

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  13. Very beautiful sunrise photos

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  14. I use chickpeas a lot they make a great many different dishes. Stay safe, Diane

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  15. The curry noodles and rice look so good!

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  16. Hola Nancy. Los platos se ven muy sabrosos, me encantan los garbanzos. Las fotos son preciosas. Feliz fin de semana. Besos.

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  17. I always love seeing the long beans...I have another blog buddy that grows real long beans like those. I need to get some seed and try some. Just to see them grow.

    That looks like a bunch of baby limes!

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    1. Yes, it is fun to watch the plants grow and fruit and of course to harvest and taste them.

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  18. The soup in your opening photo makes me want to eat it right now, lol. The other food looks very tasty too. I'm about to make dinner of turkey and wild rice soup so I better get started. Your sunrise photos are very lovely too. What a wonderful sight to greet you when you wake. Have a safe weekend.

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    1. Thank you, Joyful. I have never eaten wild rice. Do the rice taste the same as normal rice? Have a wonderful weekend.

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  19. Rather like limes, all the food looks good as does the sky.

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  20. Greetings and Salutations Nancy! I enjoy lime juice in plain water with ice anytime of year. It is almost 1:30 at night here but I'm hungry after looking at your page with delicious looking food especially those long beans and that curry noodle. Yum. Yum.

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    1. Thank you. Lime juice with plain ice water is very refreshing. I like it too.

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  21. Tu comida toda genial. Me alegra que tengas limas, ya las veremos cuando maduren. Besos.

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  22. What a feast for two!

    Oh such a lot of cute baby limes all growing together.

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  23. Ok in the first photo I thought I saw a frog, yeah I didn't have my glasses on

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  24. Those kaffir limes are looking droolworthy. It would be my pleasure if you share you post on my link up party Garden Affair where you can share pertaining to gardening, nature and wildlife http://jaipurgardening.blogspot.com/2021/02/garden-affair-visiting-nursery-in-spring.html

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