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Tuesday, 28 September 2021

Peach Gum Longan Sweet Drink, Egg Prata & Sambal Chicken

This was eve of the Mid-Autumn or Mooncake Festival. The morning was cloudy.

Morning sky at 7am.
Sunrise behind dark cloud at 7:07am.
7:10am.
On the way back from morning walk, walked to the Mamak shop to buy egg prata (roti telur).
Quite a lot for 1 piece of prata with egg and onion (roti telur).
I cooked oat for myself, added almond slices, walnut chunks and cranberries.
A friend came over to give us 2 mooncakes.
Red bean paste filling (left) and pandan flavour paste filling (right).
We took a long time to finish these 2 mooncakes.
I boiled sweet drink with peach gum with cane sugar and I added in dried persimmon slices and a can of longan. Gave some to neighbour.
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I was not in the mood to cook so we went out to the Indian stall to buy dinner.
We bought fried noodle, egg prata (roti telu) and 2 sambal drumsticks (ayam masak merah).
We like this fried beehoon, usually sold out very early.
This egg prata or roti telur has no onion and is smaller than the one we bought in the morning from the Mamak shop.
I like this sambal chicken drumstick (ayam masak merah).
It was a rainy evening and I couldn't resist buying 2 pieces of fried chicken from the next stall in the same restaurant.
Evening sky at 6:55pm.

Trishaw on display at the Antong Coffee mill in Taiping when we visited in Jun, 2016.


The heavens are telling the glory of God;
they are a marvelous display of his craftmanship.
Day and night they keep on telling about God.
(Psalm 19:1-2, The Living Bible-TLB)

58 comments:

  1. The green filling in the mooncake is sopretty!

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  2. The mooncake looks yum and the fillings are interesting. I would love to try that egg prata.
    xoxo
    Lovely
    www.mynameislovely.com

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  3. Your food and photos are fabulous. Your food is always so varied, it looks delicious. Have a wonderful day, Valerie

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  4. What beautiful sunrise photos.
    The food looks delicious.
    Greetings Irma

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  5. I love to eat peach gum, the tong sui must be tasty. Both the chickens for your dinner look yummy!

    The trishaw reminds me of my primary school days. So nostalgic!

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  6. Hmmm. It all looks so yummy again! I´m having Labskaus for breakfast, how boring ;-)

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    1. I would love to taste labskaus for breakfast if I have a chance.

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  7. Gorgeous sky shots! Love the pandan mooncake and the fried chicken looks very crisp and tempting.

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  8. I prefer plain roti canai to roti telur. The egg taste makes it taste like omelette but I may order that sometimes for a change. The ayam masak merah looks gorgeous...but the fried bihun looks a bit pale today.

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    1. I usually order plain roti canai but sometimes, I like roti telur or roti sardine for a change. This fried bihun is pale because different from the spicy sambal bihun that we used to buy for breakfast.

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    2. Hi Nancy, in sg plain roti canai, we will tell the person kosong, meaning no egg and plain lol. Roti telur we just say we want egg prata in English lol.

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    3. Here, if we want plain roti canai, then we just ask for "roti canai". If with egg, we just ask for "roti telur". Some will add onion to the roti telur, some will not.

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  9. your morning sky is breathtaking dear Nancy wow i just wanted to touch it :)

    these three meals of the day are mouthwatering lol

    we cook here egg parata either and Indian food looks spicy hope your stomach is used to it :)

    the mooncake looks great and inviting what a treat fro friend :)

    your quote in the last is touching and heartwarming ,yes God speaks through His creations ,it is on us if we are blessed enough to listen and see .
    more blessings!

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    1. Thank you, Baili. We love spicy food and our stomach are used to spicy food.

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  10. I love ayam masak merah and it always reminds me of Malay weddings where it is served with nasi minyak.

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    1. They serve the best ayam masak merah and nasi minyak or nasi tomato.

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  11. ...the trishaw is a form of transportation that I wouldn't see here. Thanks Nancy for sharing it. I hope that you are having a wonderful week.

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  12. Those morning skies are quite moody.

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  13. Hello,
    What a lovely food. That looks so tasty.
    And you have photograph it so well.

    Kind regards,
    Marco

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  14. I love all the food and I want to try a mooncake. Love the pasta too.

    Your evening sky was far tamer than your morning sky.

    Thank you for joining the Happy Tuesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Happy Tuesday, Nancy. ♥

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    1. Thank you, Sandee. Have a fabulous day and week.

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  15. Your food always looks so exotic - nothing like that here!
    Thanks for sharing at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2021/09/a-prickly-situation-from-archives.html

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  16. Your oats look so tasty! The roti telur if we want onions, we need to order roti telur bawang which is a teeny weeny bit more expensive. You mean your roti telur from a certain shop has onions in it too?

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    1. Yes, hubby ordered roti telur from the Mamak shop has onion without having to mention onion.

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  17. The mooncakes look so delicious! The red paste I am familiar with, but not the green paste. I wonder what the green one tastes like. Would love to try it.

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    1. The green one tastes sweet with pandan (screwpine leaves) flavour.

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  18. the sunrise is gorgeous and your food is gorgeous too!

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  19. There were pretty colors peeping through the clouds, i like that.

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  20. Me dio ganas de pollo frito y de pastel de luna . Te mando un beso

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  21. Gorgeous colours in the sky of the second and 3rd photo.
    Food looks amazing and I'm pleased I've finished lunch.

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  22. The pies look very nice and delicious!

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  23. Now I want fried chicken also the mooncake looks nice

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  24. If I am already at a food place, I'm always tempted to buy a lot. Then cart everything home and store like a squirrel does haha. Conditioning from having to make an effort to go out to shops plus I don't like driving/parking. But for you food is nearby so I guess no such tendencies.

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    1. Sometimes, I will buy extra to stock. But most times, I will buy whatever I need because food is easily available here, no problem with parking and traffic is not heavy.

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  25. Espero que pasaras un bonito día.

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