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Monday, 8 February 2021

Spicy Chili Pan Mee, Roast Pork & Vegetable Acar

This was a Sunday, 7th day of MCO 2.0. We went out early in the morning to deliver some stuff to hubby's friend in town. Since we were in town, we decided to buy something which we haven't eaten for a long time. Before MCO, we will have to wait about 30 to 45 minutes for the food to be served but that morning, hubby was the 2nd in queue for our favourite Chili Pan Mee at Kedai Kopi YW.

Breakfast for 2 on a Sunday morning.
Chili Pan Mee (dry version)
Ingredients: Thick noodle, crunchy deep fried anchovies, meat, mushroom, wood fungus, sauce, spicy chili flake oil.
Egg and vegetable in clear soup.
Spicy sambal belacan (shrimp paste)
Home made drinks: Milo and Nescafe.
After this satisfying and filling breakfast, it was time for online church.
Hubby was feeling a bit dry in his throat, so he went out to buy a few sachets of the above medicated tea.
 I opened a sachet, placed the teabag in a mug, add a salted plum and poured boiling water into the mug. Let the tea steep in the mug covered. This medicated tea is claimed to be effective in moderating health problems such as bad breath, mouth ulcer, sore throat, cough, flu, lethargy, and etc.
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Home cooked dinner for 2.
I took out the frozen roast pork and vegetable acar to thaw.
Roast pork stir fried with ginger strips and chopped garlic, onions, oyster and soy sauce, sugar, a little bit of water, and spring onions from my garden. I put aside a portion and sent it to our friend.
Vegetable acar.
An appetizing dinner on a Sunday evening.

My son, honey whets the appetite and so does wisdom!
When you enjoy becoming wise; there is hope for you!
A bright future lies ahead!
(Proverbs 24:13-14, The Living Bible-TLB)

48 comments:

  1. That dinner looks good and I love the dry version of noodle.

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  2. The breakfast looks like real comfort food.

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  3. Interesting regarding the medicated tea..

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  4. Very appetizing meal indeed... I also have a portion of roasted pork left in the fridge.. yes, I must do what you did... hahaaa

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    1. Ya, now must slowly clear stock from the fridge. Don't know when the MCO will be lifted.

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  5. i miss pan mee and acar! long time didn't have both!

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    1. I am glad I get to enjoy the pan mee and now I have ample supply of acar in my freezer.

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  6. That is a lot of acar and roast pork for dinner. Can eat all? Good you take your own containers to buy the pan Mee. Too egg and vege in the soup look absolutely tasty.

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    1. After photo session, I put aside a portion for my friend, a portion for next day.

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  7. I prefer non spicy pan mee. Hehe.

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    1. Actually, I enjoy both the soup (non spicy) and spicy version.

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  8. I love homemade Coffee... thanks for your sharing...

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  9. Everything looks delicious. I hope your hubby is feeling better!

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  10. ...perhaps too spicy for me.

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    1. I will think so because of the chili flake oil.

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  11. Seems a nice, relaxed foodie Sunday! Have a good week

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  12. Omg looks amazing! Love it! <3

    www.pimentamaisdoce.blogspot.com

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  13. Hope hubby is feeling better and that the herbal tea helped. Tasty looking meals.

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    1. Thank you, Mamas. Hubby is well and the herbal tea helps.

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  14. I like your egg and vegetable soup the most.

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  15. What wonderful feasts. Wow, I'm hungry now.

    Have a fabulous day and week, Nancy. ♥

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  16. It is always a pleasant surprise to not have to wait long...

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  17. Such nice meals. Praying your husband feels better soon.

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  18. The food, as always, looks amazing.
    Amalia
    xo

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  19. Siempre nos traes comidas interesantes. Besos.

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  20. Everything looks delicious. Thanks for your sharing Nancy :)

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  21. The kon loh pan mee looks good! (Err now I feel like eating it also hehe)

    Did you make the achar?

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    1. The achar is ready made bought from a friend's restaurant.

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