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Wednesday, 24 February 2021

Prawn Noodle For Breakfast & Prawn Curry For Dinner

This was Tuesday, 3 days before Lunar New Year. We started our morning walk at about 6:45am.

This shadow shot was the first shot with my smartphone that morning.
On our walk home, we passed by this Jasmine shrub in front of a house.
This Pinwheel Jasmine or Crepe Jasmine flowers do not have any fragrance.
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Breakfast
We drove out to Yummy Food Garden buy breakfast. I was looking forward to having assam laksa for breakfast but when I reached, I was told they do not have assam laksa during lockdown, instead they have prawn noodle and shredded chicken noodle (kai si hor fun).
I ended up buying prawn noodle even though I have not tasted it before. I am glad because the prawn noodle was very tasty and is worth going back again.
Delicious and satisfying breakfast to start off the day.
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Dinner
There was leftover curry from the previous day's dinner.
I added in some tofu puffs to the curry because we have finished all the prawns. I cooked 1 salted duck egg and steamed some white rice.
Simple home cooked dinner for 2. Salted egg goes well with curry.


When it goes well for good people, the whole town cheers;

when it goes badly for bad people, the town celebrates.

(Proverbs 11:10, The Message-MSG)

54 comments:

  1. prawn's day...both meals having prawns!

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    1. I didn't even realized it but there was not much prawns in the curry because mostly eaten the previous day.

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  2. And here I thought the main thing about Jasmine is it's scent!

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  3. Love the Kai see hor fun with the prawns and also your own curry with lots of vegetables in it. So tasty! Did they say why during mco that they cannot sell Assam laksa?

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    1. At that time, no dine-in was allowed so less customers. That's was the reason for not selling Assam Laksa.

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  4. Nice walk in the morning... how I wish I could wake up so early easily! hahaha

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    1. Since you can sleep, enjoy your sleep. We are used to waking up early.

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  5. Your foods are very inviting, Nancy.
    I can smell those jasmine from here.

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    1. Thank you, Evi. This particular jasmine doesn't have any smell.

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  6. Beautiful jasmine! The breakfast looks so good.

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  7. The Jasmine is beautiful, and the prawns look tasty.
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  8. Prawns for breakfast, prawns for dinner. Did you have prawns for dessert? LOL I love prawns(shimps)

    Cruisin Paul

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  9. Well, I sure was wrong...I expected you to say that the jasmine smelled wonderful....and you said it did not have a fragrance. Still, it is beautiful

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  10. The Jasmine is pretty and everything looks delicious!

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  11. Prawn noodle for breakfast seems like a great way to start the day!

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  12. A nice morning walk and two delicious meals. Yummy. We both like prawns.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday, Nancy. ♥

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  13. Los jazmines se ven preciosos. Un beso.

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  14. What a terrific breakfast. And Duck eggs, I've not had those for a couple of years. There used to be a lady who sold them at the farm market I used to sell at. I shall go see if she is still there this spring when the market opens again. I did not know there were fragrence free jasmine. They look glorious! And I love your shadow photo! Have a marvellously Happy Day!

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  15. Shrimp always turns me on. Yummy.

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  16. Beautiful photos and love that breakfast. Serve it here any day

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  17. Not a prawn fan, tried them once didn't like it but most of my family do like them a lot

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  18. The two bowls of prawn noodles look very delicious. I did not realize that those Jasmine flowers do not have fragrance.

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  19. The prawn noodle looked delicious. The shadow picture made me smile, such a fun shot.

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  20. Que a gente não perca a capacidade de se encantar com o que é simples!

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  21. Awesome jasmine! I have some in my garden and love it :)

    Your link is a great addition to 'My Corner of the World' this week!

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    1. Thank you, Betty for hosting. Have a great week ahead.

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  22. The jasmine flowers look so elegant and pure in white. I love to eat tofu puffs in curry.

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    1. Thank you, Libby. Yes, I love tofu puffs in curries too.

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  23. That kind of jasmine produces so many flowers. Those I encounter seem to be only planted by Indian families who use the flowers for praying.

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    1. I think this Jasmine plant is also planted by an Indian family, probably using the flowers for prayers.

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