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Wednesday, 22 September 2021

Mee Jawa, Wonton Noodle, Stuffed Okras, Brinjals & Tofu Puffs.

This was last Thursday, the day we celebrated Malaysia Day. The day started with clear blue sky and some white fluffy clouds.

7:17am - view of Kledang Hill.
7:30am
7:38am - sunrise partially blocked by clouds.
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We went out to town to buy breakfast.
Mee jawa for hubby.
With a piece of crispy cracker.
Wonton noodle with chicken meat for me.
Wonton noodle with chicken meat and mushroom gravy.
Added 4 pieces of sui kao dumplings for sharing.
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From my garden.
Green brinjals
Long green okras or ladies fingers.
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Home cooked dinner
Home made stuffed green brinjals.
Ingredients for stuffing: minced meat, fish paste, 1 egg, some oyster sauce and cornflour. I use Chinese chives instead of spring onions since I have some chives in the fridge.
The tofu puffs are store bought.
I passed some over the concrete wall to my neighbour. 
This is one of the best dipping sauce for the stuffed items.
My neighbour blessed us with this black vinegar pork trotter.
No rice for me but I steamed a small portion of rice for hubby.
We kept half of the stuffed items for the next day.
The day ended with this sunset.


Drive out the mocker, and out goes strife;
quarrels and insults are ended.
(Proverbs 22:10, New International Version-NIV)

66 comments:

  1. Beautiful clear morning sky! Love your harvest and the food looks droolworthy, Nancy.

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  2. I should try some of this sweet chili sauce. Is it really sweet?

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  3. both dishes are so appetizing! amazing sunset view from your place!

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  4. Oooo...black vinegar pork!!! Thank goodness my missus cooked that yesterday so I am not drooling all over the place. LOL!!!

    Your yong tofu looks good! I'd love them in clear soup though.

    Your mee jawa looks different from the ones we have here:
    https://suituapui.wordpress.com/2020/11/01/im-still-standing/

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    1. Thank you, STP. This is actually Indonesia mee jawa, cooked by an Indonesia woman married to a local.

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  5. Beautiful photos of the morning and evening skies. Your food looks wonderful, as always. And sweet chilli sauce is yummy! Have a great day, Valerie

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  6. Your yong tofu items look so tasty! Your neighbour must be so happy to receive them. Did your neighbour cook or buy the pork trotter vinegar dish?

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    1. This time, my neighbour cooked the pork trotter vinegar and it was very tasty.

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    2. Wah, both you and your neighbour can cook pork trotter vinegar! Very good! 👍

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    3. Yes, both recipes are delicious. Lol!

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  7. Beautiful start into the day again.
    Tofu puffs? Sounds interesting and sharing with neighbour is sweet.

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  8. Nice sunrise and sunset Nancy.
    Must try some Wonton noodles.

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  9. Los cielos se ven muy bellos y los alimentos tienen muy buena vista.

    Que tengas un feliz día.

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  10. And all I had for breakfast was two slices of whole wheat toast with plum jam. Delicious home made jam from a friend, however. And it went well with coffee.

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  11. Everything looks so delicious, and I love the sunrise and sunset photos!
    Julia x
    https://www.thevelvetrunway.com/

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  12. Beautiful sky and a most wonderful day of food. Yummy.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday, Nancy. ♥

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  13. You seems to cook a wonderful dish using home-grown vegetables. The greenish of the veggies and the basket got together well.

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  14. The stuffed brinjals look absolutely delicious. I would like to try one.

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  15. A very nice day with a delicious meal. Wonderful

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  16. Sky photos are beautiful. Also sweet chilli sauce looks interesting.

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  17. Oh wow seeing all this food made me soooooo hungry!!

    Allie of
    www.allienyc.com

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  18. Beautiful day, Love to see the brinjals and okras from own garden.

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  19. Never heard of stuff okras
    Coffee is on and stay safe

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  20. Feliz día dela malasia me gusto los okras y me dio ganas del fideo.

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  21. The okra and brinjals look especially good.

    Lovely skies!

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  22. Looking enviously at the mee jawa! I really can't think where to easily get some here.

    The stuffed items must be really yummy!

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    1. We have a few places selling mee jawa but I think only 2 places sells really good mee jawa.

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  23. La comida se ve estupenda. Un beso.

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