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Wednesday, 30 June 2021

Glutinous Rice Dumplings Coloured With Blue Pea

A friend delivered some home made glutinous rice dumplings to us before the dumpling festival. For the past few years she has been blessing us with her home made glutinous rice dumplings.

I steamed to heat up the dumplings for breakfast after we returned from our morning walk. The dumplings were not big, so I added 2 pieces of toast.
As you can see, half the rice used was blue (from the blue pea flower).
Very delicious and tasty dumpling.
Some of the ingredients used: Black eyed beans, dried shrimp, mushroom, diced pork, and etc.
Morning sky at 9:35am.
Hubby went out to buy Indian rice. The fried chicken from this stall is very popular with the locals. There used to be long queue but due to lockdown, the queue is shorter now.
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Dinner
There was another portion of stewed chicken feet with mushroom in the fridge, which I heated up for dinner.
It tasted better after being kept overnight in the fridge.
Blanched home grown sweet potato leaves and 1 last long green okra, drizzled with garlic oil, oyster and soy sauce.
Simple dinner with noodle.
Bauhinia Kockiana blooms from my front garden.
This is the most attractive plant of my garden.


Kindness makes a man attractive.
And it is better to be poor than dishonest.
Reverence for God gives life, happiness,
and protection from harm.
(Proverbs 19:22-23, The Living Bible-TLB)

48 comments:

  1. The bright orange yellow colours of the flowers are so brilliant! Instantly will brighten our day to see it. I would love to eat your friend's home made blue dumplings. Does she sell them?

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    1. Thank you, Mun. My friend doesn't sell the dumplings, just make them for own consumption and to share with friends.

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  2. The dumplings look delicious, the sky is good and your flower is very beautiful.

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  3. No dumplings for me this year. I really miss Indian rice!

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    1. Next year can make up what you have missed this year. I like this Indian rice.

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  4. Wow! but it looks tasty and appetizing.
    Have a nice day :)

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  5. Bauhinia Kockiana blooms are so beautiful!!! That's a lovely homemade meal, Nancy.

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  6. ...the fried chicken looks good to me.

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  7. Oh the food. I love, love, love your food.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday, Nancy. ♥

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  8. Everything looks great and a dumpling festival sure sounds like my kind of festival!

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  9. The interplay of sun and clouds is astonishing.

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  10. I LOVE the sky shot and the flowers! And those meals are so yummy! We are having extreme heat (right now the temperature is 43c and we are expecting it to get to 46 before the sun goes behind the mountain as we start to cool) and without central air conditioning, there is NO cooking happening her. It is so hot, the one local restaurant is closed. The good thing is the Lettuce, Broccoli, and carrots can be harvested from our garden, so we will have cold ham, cheese and salad for supper.

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    1. When it is hot, I don't feel like cooking too. Salad sounds good especially with home grown greens.

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  11. The dumpling sound and looks yummy
    Coffee is on and stay safe

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  12. Such a beautiful sky! Dumplings look delicious! Actuslly all foods look yummy. Have a wonderful day

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  13. Adore las flores y me dio ganas del pollos, Me dio ganas de probar la s albóndigas. Te mando un beso

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  14. Blue-coloured changs are normally the nonya type. These ones are nonya or just to look pretty? :)

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  15. The blue dumpling looks delicious. Love the orange flowers, so very pretty.

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  16. Blue peas! Those are new to me.

    Love the flowers.

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  17. Yum!

    Your link this week at 'My Corner of the World' is appreciated!

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