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Thursday, 30 September 2021

Pork Noodle, Heong Peah, Claypot Chicken Rice

This was last Thursday. We had some things to do in town. After our morning walk, we got into the car and drove out to town.

Morning sky at 7:55am.
After having settled everything, we stopped at one coffee shop to buy breakfast.
We bought 2 portions of pork noodles. I ordered noodles with minced pork and sliced pork, without the innards. Mee sua for me and bihun+mee for hubby.
We received 2 packets of biscuits from my sister.
One packet is the fragrant biscuits (heong peah). The skin is flaky, crumbly pastry with sticky malt and shallot filling.
Heong Peah is best eaten when freshly baked.
The 2nd packet is the sesame puffs or sesame biscuits.
After hubby had finished setting up a bricks boundary for my vegetable patch, he went out to the nearby food court to buy ice kacang with extra ice shaving.
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The cook was lazy and not in the mood to cook.
Hubby went out to buy claypot chicken rice and stewed duck.
We didn't finish the stewed duck. The leftover was kept in the fridge and used to served with instant noodle for hubby's next day lunch.

Jesus told them,
"In this world the kings and great men order their slaves around,
and the slaves have no choice but to like it!
But among you, the one who serves you best will be your leader.
(Luke 22:P25-26, The Living Bible-TLB)

52 comments:

  1. The pork noodles look wonderful! Here, we call this kind of sky a "buttermilk sky".

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    1. Thank you, Ginny. Buttermilk sky is a nice name.

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  2. I love heong peah if the pastry skin is flaky and crumbly and the malt filling is moist and sticky. Many that I've had had gone hard, not so nice.

    Ooooo...now you've got me craving for some claypot chicken rice. I've never bought home because I thought I would have to bring my own claypot.

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    1. To make sure the heong peah is fresh and flaky, we only buy direct from one particular shop.

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  3. I love heong peah and never get tired eating it. One more thing I miss is claypot chicken rice. Must eat soon!

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    1. If the heong peah is fresh, I can eat 2 in one sitting.

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  4. Those biscuits from the outside look exactly like our sesame-buns! (Brötchen)
    LOL, would I be disappointed finding that inside!
    We spread butter on the inside and top it with cheese.

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    1. I googled for Brotchen and it says bread roll.

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  5. Lovely cloud photo, and your food looks wonderful, as always! Have a great day, Valerie

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  6. Delicious food, Nancy. The flaky biscuits are so good!

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  7. I miss ice kacang. I was thinking about it yesterday. Lol.

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  8. ...the stewed duck would be my choice.

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  9. Ah, now I am most tempted to eat ABC especially after looking at your delicious photo with the corn nibblets on the shaved ice. Both of you share this ABC?

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  10. The biscuits look interesting, I would love to try those. Keep safe, Diane

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  11. I think it's a universal truth that baked good are best consumed fresh. Whenever Miriam bakes I can hardly wait until she opens the oven door!

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    1. Yes, especially when you can smell the baking.

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  12. The buscuits ınteresting :) thanks for your sharing...

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  13. Yummy chicken rice looks almost like our traditional biryani made in seeraga samba rice. Sweet biscuits

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  14. Oh the food. I'm starving this morning and I want some of each dish.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. ♥

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    1. Thank you, Sandee. Have a fabulous day too.

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  15. Such great photos to make one hungry

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  16. How i do love sesame, i think i would want to try a sesame biscuit.

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  17. Se ve ricos esos fideos. Te mando un beso

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  18. I always love to eat Heong Pneah with sticky malt. The tasty ones from Penang are so good that I could eat 10 at one go!

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    1. I can't remember whether I have tried the Penang heong peah. I must ask my friend to get some for me when interstate is allowed.

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  19. Wow you really have a lot of good food nearby!

    I only get heong peah if I'm in Ipoh hehe. Or like lately, order from Shopee the Gunung Rapat one.

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    1. Thank you, Stacy. I like the heong peah from Gunung Rapat.

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  20. Gosh, the sky looks like cotton wool.

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    1. Oh yes, they do. Thank you and have a great weekend.

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