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Friday, 2 April 2021

Steamed Fish Thai Style & Steamed Long Beans With Sambal Dried Shrimp

We started out on our morning walk when the sky is usually dark. As we walk, the sky starts to light up as the sun rises. On this particular morning, I get to snap the following photos of the sunrise on our walk home.

Sunrise at 7:36am
7:45am
7:47am
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For this particular evening, I took out the fish (tail portion) to thaw. I have managed to clear most of the frozen items from the freezer. 
Steamed fish (tail portion) Thai style - appetizing recipe.
I used whatever ingredients I can find in my fridge, all except the cilantro and celery because hubby doesn't like the smell of these herbs. So I ended up using spring onions. Both of us managed to finish the whole dish.
Steamed homegrown long beans and okra topped with sambal dried shrimp.
Delicious home cooked dinner for 2 people.
We passed by this corner house and I noticed this purple flowers on the side fence. I stopped to take a few snapshots.
Thunbergia erecta
(Identified with the help of Google Lens)

HAVE A BLESSED GOOD FRIDAY!


And we know that Christ, God's Son,

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48 comments:

  1. nice sunrise skies! very appetising dinner with Thai style steamed fish!

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  2. Is your fish gravy sourish or just spicy? Guess you remove the fish meat from the bones for your spouse. The flowers look like our local bunga seri pagi.

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    1. The gravy is both sourish and spicy, like that only got oomph... No, the tail portion is meaty so hubby will have no problem with the bones.

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  3. The second photo is my favorite; it is gorgeous!!!

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  4. Beautiful photos of the sky and flowers. It's great to eat a homemade dinner for two. Have a nice day:)

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  5. You have a splendid habit to start the day! Wonderful sunrise & purple flower.

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  6. I always prefer the tail end of the fish :)

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    1. That is my first preference too. The texture of the meat is smoother and no problem with bones.

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  7. What beautiful sky shots! Of course the food and flowers look great too :)

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  8. My family are having Fish & chips for Good Friday. Have a wonderful day Nancy.

    Cruisin Paul

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    1. I love fish & chips too. Enjoy your Easter weekend!

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  9. combination of your cooking and flower are very awesome....

    i feel mouthwatering when i look at this plate that full of green vegetable :)

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  10. Beautiful sky shots, Nancy, and what a healthy and mouthwatering homemade meal!

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  11. The sky shots are beautiful and the food even more beautiful. I love Thai food. Not to hot though. About medium on the burn.

    Have a fabulous day and weekend, Nancy. ♥

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    1. Thank you, Sandee. Have a beautiful weekend.

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  12. You captured a glorious sky. I love the sense of distance in it. Cilantro seems to be one of those polarizing herbs where you either love it or hate it. I love it and my wife doesn't like it all.

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    1. Thank you, Yogi. I love cilantro but hubby hates it.

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  13. What a beautiful sunrise, it was glorious here too! Perfect for Good Friday! Excellent supper. We are having fish tonight. We hope your and your family have a marvellously happy Good Friday!

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    1. Happy Easter to you and enjoy your Easter weekend.

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  14. Great review and beautiful photos! :)

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  15. Stunning skies. Have a good weekend, Diane

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  16. Walking at sunrise is such a joy and so pretty. Your flowers are lovely, too.

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  17. Sun rise pictures are amazing dear friend! I love them. Fish base dishes are always favourite of mine. Looks yummy. Have a great weekend.

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  18. Very appetising dinner, no wonder can finish!

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    1. Hardly feel full because of the sourish broth of the steamed fish.

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  19. El cielo se ve precioso y las flores también. Besos.

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  20. Superb capture on the beautiful sunrise and the flowers are pretty in colors!

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  21. Greetings and Salutations! Habit of walking is a good one to do especially when you love to capture sunrises. It is a nice way to take on the day. Thanks for sharing the food images. Interesting to mix long beans and okra. And those purple flowers are totally awesome. I always plant morning glories in a small patch to have them climb up the fence. They look similar. Will look up and see if they grow here too. So lovely.

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  22. The purple flowers look like morning glory. Thai style steamed fish is my favourite! Gorgeous sky shots.

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