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Monday, 26 April 2021

Stewed Pork Leg Noodle & Meatballs Noodle With Wine

One morning about 2 weeks ago, we went to Restoran Kee Tuck Seak in Taman Pertama for breakfast because our regular coffee shop was closed for 2 days rest. Hubby's ordered his favourite i.e. wat tan hor or flat rice noodle with egg gravy.

As for me, I ordered the above pork leg stewed with daikon. Love this flavourful and tasty noodle served with hot peppery plain clear soup.
This noodle is worth returning for.
We stopped at one roadside stall selling chicken and duck eggs to buy this vegetarian bean curd sheet roll or vegetarian ham (chat thai in Cantonese). It has a softer texture than those bought from vegetarian shop. We eat it as a snack.
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Simple home cooked dinner.
I cooked soup with meatballs, cloud ear fungus, ginger strips, eggs and glutinous rice wine.
I cooked dried noodle for hubby and mee sua for myself.
I also blanched some home grown Brazilian spinach.
We each had a bowl of noodle loaded with lots of ingredients and we ate our noodle with the blanched Brazilian spinach.
Orangey yellow single layer petals hibiscus from my garden.
Lately, I noticed that the buds of the same hibiscus plant will drop off before they bloom. I googled and read that one of the reasons could be due to pest.
So sad to see these buds dropping off without blooming.

Even a tree has more hope!
If it is cut down, it will sprout again and grow new branches.
Though its roots have grown old in the earth
and its stump decays, at the scent of water
it will bud and sprout again like a new seedling.
(Job 14:7-9, New Living Translation-NLT)

48 comments:

  1. Wow... I miss the chinese wine! I must cook that one day!

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  2. You eat really well, Nancy Yellow hibiscus from your garden looks beautiful.

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  3. Delicious food. Hibiscus is so beautiful :)

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  4. Wow Nancy, all that lovely food and the tempting photos you post. Looks delicious. Thank you for leaving a comment on my blog.

    gramswisewords.blogspot.com

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  5. dropping in. I love wat tan hor fun. I think it is my fav noodles although I cannot say for sure cos I love to eat all noodles, rather than rice. The mee sua looks easy to prepare for a quick meal. Healthy too

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  6. ...food and flowers to feed the soul.

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  7. All looks delicious! Have a great week Nancy :)

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  8. I love that hibiscus...I hope the buds stop falling off. I just enjoy my hibiscus so much, and am wondering if they survived the bitter cold we had this winter.

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    1. I hope the hibiscus will stay and bloom for me to enjoy.

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  9. I love the noodles Nancy. What a beautiful orange yellow petal of hibiscus

    Cruisin Paul

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  10. Two lovely meals and a nice snack too. A great day of food.

    Have a fabulous day and week, Nancy. ♥

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  11. soup with meatballs, cloud ear fungus, ginger strips, eggs and glutinous rice wine were totally perfect. What a fancy dinner...love them all.

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  12. This food looks delicious, I really like pasta dishes. Have a nice week:)

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  13. The pork leg stewed daikon looks so delicious! Here I have only encountered beef stewed with daikon, not pork. Which one do u prefer? Beef or pork with daikon?

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    1. My first choice is beef but pork with daikon is also delicious.

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  14. Your dinner noodles with ingredients from your meat ball rice wine broth is super delicious. I would eat one whole bowl of them. Did you make the meatballs from scratch or did you buy them?

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  15. Go away, pests, we want to see the flowers!

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    1. Yes, I hope the pests will go away and allow the flowers to bloom.

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  16. Soup anytime for me. Easy to cook and everyone can enjoy it with rice.

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  17. I enjoyed this combination of food and flowers.
    Amalia
    xo

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  18. i didn't know 'chat thai' is known as vegetarian ham in English...LOL!

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    1. Lol! But it doesn't taste like ham to me.

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  19. So much good food. The noodle looks simple yet nice. And your cooking always looks nice.

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