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Monday, 20 September 2021

Shredded Chicken Noodle & Chicken With Glutinous Rice Wine Soup

This was last Tuesday. 

Sun rising from behind the hills at 7:20.
After morning walk, we went out to buy shredded chicken noodle (kai si hor fun) from the nearby shop. It looks a plain without the reddish prawn oil but the taste is still good.
For me, I will add all the bird's eye chili into the soup.
Chinese art wall mural on the wall of the nearby Chinese school.
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Home cooked dinner.
I had 4 chicken legs in the freezer. I can't remember what I wanted to do with them but thought I could use them to cook drunken chicken soup (chicken with rice wine).
Beehoon to go with the chicken with glutinous rice wine.
I have finished the mee sua so beehoon is the second best noodle.
Ingredients: chicken, home made glutinous rice wine, ginger strips, wood fungus cut into strips, red dates and goji berries.
This chicken soup is usually cooked for women after they have given birth (during their confinement month). So, it is good for warming up the body during cold days.
After drinking the soup, I can feel my body and face warming up and I will have a good night's sleep.

Linking to Monday Mural.

Shall I look to the mountain gods for help?
No! My help is from Jehovah who made the mountains!
And the heavens too!
He will never let me stumble, slip, or fall.
For he is always watching, never sleeping.
(Psalm 121:1-4, The Living Bible-TLB)

66 comments:

  1. The shredded chicken noodle looks delicious!

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  2. chicken soups with noodles sure warms the stomach! yummzz!

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  3. My blogger-friend just shared her recipe for kai si hor fun and I was drooling away. I love that! But I would not want to cook it as our kway teow is not so fine and smooth and translucent as your hor fun. She used a frozen one packed in plastic bag - wish I could buy that here.

    Your chicken soup bihun makes me think of my chicken soup mee sua (yesterday's post) - the Foochow women would eat that when in confinement and it is served to friends and family who drop by to visit the mum and baby.

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    1. I too love the mee sua with red wine. Very delicious.

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  4. Beautiful sunrise and mural, and ohh, so much interesting food again!

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  5. It's cloudy here, so I didn't see the sunrise this morning, but there was a wonderful moon last night. Your food looks wonderful again. Have a great week, take care, Valerie

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    1. Thank you, Valerie. Take care too. Have a wonderful week.

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  6. Não sabia que usavam essa sopa para o recobro de mulheres grávidas.
    É um costume da sua região?
    Abraço amigo.
    Juvenal Nunes

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  7. I always leave your blog hungry, Nancy. The food, the noodles, all of it looks so healthy!

    That's another beautiful sunrise. I love that mural. It is so beautiful and quite colorful, too.

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  8. I so love to have that soup especially on this cold, rainy night here in Melbourne. And that mural matches as well.

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  9. ...I hope that all of your start with a beautiful sunrise!

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  10. The food looks great. The sky is lovely as always.

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  11. Great looking soup to stir up health with enough energy. Beautiful Chinese art on the wall!

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  12. I like that drunken chicken soup..very flavourful and nutritious.

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  13. Chicken & noodles. Looks good Nancy.

    Cruisin Paul

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  14. Yummy. I'm so hungry this morning. I ate some and I know that you don't mind.

    Have a fabulous day and week, Nancy. ♥

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    1. Thank you, Sandee. You are welcome. Lol! Have a wonderful week.

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  15. That Chinese art is so beautiful I love art.

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  16. The shredded chicken and noodles looks so delicious, as does the soup!
    Julia x
    https://www.thevelvetrunway.com/

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  17. Most of the ingredients other than chicken are totally unfamiliar to me. I'd love to taste some of those dishes.

    best... mae at maefood.blogspot.com

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  18. I could eat both Kai see hor fun and your Chicken With Glutinous Rice Wine Soup now at 3.30 am cos middle of the night so sure got appetite. Have you woken up in the middle of the night feeling hungry before?

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    1. Wah! You really got good appetite in the middle of the night! If I were to wake up in the middle of the night and cannot go back to sleep, I will just make a small cup of hot drink with milk and after that I will go back to sleep.

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  19. Kai see hor fun is one of my favourite noodles. It is difficult to get good ones with lots of flavour in the soup as most times the soup is a bit diluted. But the ones you bought look quite delicious. Wine chicken used to be an old family recipe during my grandmother's days but I have not learnt to make it. Yummy soupy meals!!

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  20. Me gusto el mural te mando un beso

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  21. I wish our community had more murals.
    Coffee is on and stay safe

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    1. I have seen some new ones but haven't had the opportunity to take snapshots.

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  22. I'm never seen such a big okra , very ınteresting....thanks for your sharing....

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    1. This is the long type of okra, sometimes about 3 times the length of the normal okra.

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  23. Lovely mural. Been out of phone/net reception since Tuesday, just got back to civilization... Thanks for participating in Monday murals.

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  24. I'm always attracted to order yellow wine chicken. Not so easy to cook this at home since the wine isn't commonly available.

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    1. Some shops do sell but customers have to ask for it.

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