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Wednesday, 4 August 2021

Sambal Tumis Stinky Beans With Prawns & Steamed Brinjals

This was a Thursday morning. Weather warm and hardly any breeze.

Dawn at 6:56am
Stop by the roadside to buy 1 packet of nasi lemak (rice cooked with coconut milk) and add 1 spicy sambal chicken drumstick.
Leftover fried wonton noodle.
Our shared breakfast.
Fragrant Gardenia bloom from my garden.
My simple lunch: Toast with marmalade jam and Bru coffee with nestum. Hubby went out to buy fried noodle (no photo to show).
Harvested 1 purple brinjal or eggplant or aubergine.
Also harvested 4 green brinjals.
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Home cooked dinner
Sambal tumis Stinky beans and prawns. I used instant sambal tumis paste.
Steamed homegrown green and purple brinjals and drizzled with garlic oil, oyster and soy sauce.
I gave some angled luffa to my neighbour and they blessed us in return when they cooked the angled luffa.
Yummy and delicious dinner for 2 people.
Sunset at 7:43pm

I am the LORD, and there is no other; apart from me there is no God.
I will strengthen you, though you have not acknowledged me,
so that from the rising of the sun to the place of its setting
people may know there is none besides me.
(Isaiah 45:5-6, New International Version-NIV)

60 comments:

  1. Oh Brinjal is also known as aubergine, I learn something today.

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  2. I am drooling at your steamed brinjals because I happen to love brinjals a lot!

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  3. Hmmm so much yummy food! And I´ve never seen how an eggplant grows! The sun sets early in your place.

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  4. That spicy sambal chicken drumstick looks like to die for, so nice!!! I love stinky beans!

    They do not sell those at the shops near my house though - predominantly Chinese/Foochow area. I guess they are not into petai so much...and I'm staying home, not going to the central and jungle produce market so there are things that we have to go without at this point in time.

    My daughter's brinjal is growing very well, plants look good but they do not bear any fruit, dunno why. So sad to see!!!

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    1. Brinjal takes a longer time to fruit. Just need to be patient. The flowers come and go before they finally turn into brinjals.

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    2. Thanks for the tip. Let us pray! LOL!!!

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    3. Fertilizing the plants will help too.

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  5. The steamed homegrown brinjals look really great. Beautiful gardenia bloom from your garden, Nancy.

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  6. ...I love your gardenia, I can almost smell it!

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  7. I wish we had Gardenias. the only place I have ever seen them is on blogs. It used to be a big tradition for girls to wear them to their prom.

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    1. That is a nice tradition and the girls will be smelling nice and fragrance.

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  8. Wah, your dinner is very flavourful with the sambal. I like the luffa dish best! Yum yummy! The sambal I guess cannot finish, right? Or both of you can finish the sambal? If I eat, sure my stomach at night will feel hot hot 🔥🔥🔥🥵

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    1. You guessed right. I kept half for next day. It looks spicy but actually not very spicy, just nice for us.

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  9. Oh the food. Oh the food. I'm starving this morning and it's time to go for our walk.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday, Nancy. ♥

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  10. It all looks so delicious, but I like your noodles the most. Love your gardenia too.

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  11. Simple and delicious breakfast and a nice home-cooked dinner! Beautiful gardenia

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  12. Gorgeous sky...your food pics make me hungry

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  13. Lucky you who can smell the scent of gardenia in your owngarden!

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    1. Thank you, Riitta. I enjoy walking pass the gardenia plants just to get a sniff of the nice fragrance.

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  14. Lovley sky shots, and now i am hungry!

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  15. Encantada de ver tus comidas y cosechas. Besos.

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  16. Me gusto la gardenia y tu berenjena. Y siempre me dejas con ganas de fideos. Te mando un beso

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  17. Love the sky shots! ALways feeling hiungry after visiitng here. Have a wonderful weekend and thank you for sharing.

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  18. Deliciious looking food! Again you made me hungry even after I ate a cookie for my final snack this evening. We've had pink/orange colored clouds near sunset lately. Hazy in area as well as there have been recent new fires but not bad to be outdoors. Enjoy your days my friend!

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    1. Thank you, Grandma Beckyl. Hope the new fires have been successfully put out. Have a beautiful day.

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  19. Wonton noodles look tasty and that gardenia is beautiful.

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  20. Thank you for sharing to My Corner... I enjoyed reading. Yummy!

    Have a good week.

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  21. Your garden is popping out brinjals (and okras) of various shapes, sizes and colours!

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    1. Thank you, Stacy. This is the fun and rewarding part of gardening.

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  22. Thanks for sharing your link at My Corner of the World this week!

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