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Monday, 21 June 2021

Steamed Blended Ginger Chicken & Stewed Plum Sauce Fish Head

2 Days In 1 Post

8th June: While waiting for 7am to start our morning walk, I swept the porch area.

Sunrise at 6:55am.
Returning from morning walk at 7:50am.
Hubby bought fish noodle with wine and some fried goodies.
1 portion of noodle for 2 people to share.
Simple lunch.
1 curry puff was eaten before snapshot.
Boiled pre-soaked chickpea with screwpine leaves (pandan leaves), ginger slices and salt.
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Dinner
Dinner for 2 people.
Steamed chicken with blended ginger.
Gave some to neighbour.
Lotus root and peanut soup from neighbour.
Steamed home grown green eggplant (brinjal), okra, and snake beans. Drizzled with garlic oil, oyster and soy sauce. Gave some to neighbour.
Leftover steamed blended ginger chicken, kept for tomorrow breakfast.
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9th June - out on our morning walk.
Almost deserted road.
A busy road with heavy traffic before lockdown.
Very few walkers and very few cars on the road.
For breakfast, we had noodles, blanched baby Chinese kai lan with the leftover blended ginger chicken from previous dinner.
Growing chilies in my garden.
Grown from store bought chili seeds.
I have to harvest them before they ripen.
They tend to rot easily when ripen.
Will be kept in the fridge until they are needed.
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Dinner
Neighbour bought us stewed sour plum fish head plus a slice of fish.
Fish head for me and slice of fish for hubby. Very flavourful and delicious.
Blanched baby Chinese kai lan, drizzled with garlic oil, oyster and soy sauce.
Yummy dinner with plain rice porridge on a warm evening.

In the heavens God has pitched a tent for the sun.
It is like a bridegroom coming out of his chamber,
like a champion rejoicing to run his course.
It rises at one end of the heavens
and makes its circuit to the other;
nothing is deprived of its warmth.
(Psalm 19:5-6, The Living Bible-TLB)

48 comments:

  1. Delicious meals! I love those curry puffs and the lotus root soup!

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  2. Adoro el garbanzo, genial forma de hacerlo. Rica comida te mando un beso

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  3. Good day Nancy, I can eat all your food because they are tasty food but half the portion so that I can eat more varieties. Thank you for sharing photos of the places along your walk. Would be interesting to see all the places that you walk past. Is it difficult to grow these small chilies aka chili padi? I heard that it is difficult to grow so that is why the price is not low.

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    1. Yes, it is not easy to grow chili plants in pots from my own experience. They grow better if grown directly on the ground especially the chili padi and they can grow into a big bushes bearing lots of chilies.

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  4. The Curry Puffs look so good. Gosh, the entire area is totally deserted!!

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    1. Thank you, Ginny. Deserted because of lockdown, otherwise very busy.

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  5. The food looks nice.
    Amazing to see the street bare but also good to see that people are doing the correct thing.

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  6. I must try your steamed chicken with blended ginger. I like seeing your daily food. The karipap really makes me crave for it. There used to be a van selling near my office and the filling is made from sardines. It was surprisingly very nice.

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    1. Thank you, PH. I am also a fan of curry puffs. I love sardine filling too.

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  7. all the tasty dishes made me drool!! i miss eating currypuff!

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    1. Thank you, Nux. I can never be bored with curry puffs.

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  8. It's so cool to grow your own vegetable! The food looks yum!
    xoxo
    Lovely
    www.mynameislovely.com

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  9. Beautiful sunrise photos :) thanks for your sharing...

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  10. Your photos today are wonderful - let's eat!

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  11. As always great looking food, particularly dinner. The chilis look amazing, well done.

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  12. ...I didn't know that screwpine leaves were used in cooking, I see the plant often in Maui.

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    1. This screwpine leaves have very nice fragrant.

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  13. Your meals always look so interesting, Nancy, quite different from what we eat here. It always makes me wish I could sit down and eat with you. Breakfast especially is a long way from the bowl of cereal I have every morning!

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    1. You will be amazed with the wide range of food just for breakfast alone.

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  14. I like chick peas in a salad with many different other beans, peppers, onions and whatever you want.

    Cruisin Paul

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  15. Everything looks delicious as always, have a great week Nancy!

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  16. The meals look fabulous. You always make my stomach growl with your delicious food.

    Have a fabulous day and week, Nancy. ♥

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    1. Thank you, Sandee. I am glad my food posting gives you good appetite.

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  17. I liked your neighborhood and its neat roads. Lovely sunrise and I would prefer your simple lunch upon others.

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  18. I love those curry puffs. Yum.

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  19. It's always fun to see how you use what you grow in your cooking.

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  20. Tu comida siempre se ve interesante. Besos.

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  21. Chickpeas with pandan and ginger slices is new to me. I normally just salt them.

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    1. I too usually use salt only but this time I wanted to try something new.

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