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Monday, 6 September 2021

Sichuan Salted Vegetable Soup & Steamed Chinese Sausage

This was a Thursday. No rain, nice weather, and we can go for our morning walk. Yay!

Morning sky 7:17
Sunrise at 7:25am.
Sunrise partially blocking the sunrise - 7:35am.
Simple and cheap breakfast.
Nasi lemak RM1.50.
2 pieces of fried dough (ma keok), RM1.10 per piece.
2 pieces of toast with coconut jam (kaya).
Chinese art mural on the wall of a Chinese school.
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Home cooked dinner
Sichuan salted vegetable soup with carrot, tomatoes and pork rib.
Sauteed cabbage + home grown ladies fingers with garlic and salt.
Steamed Chinese sausages.
I totally forgotten that I have a packet of Chinese sausage in my fridge. It was a Chinese New Year gift from our neighbour. These sausages come in handy when I can't think of what to cook.

Linking to Monday Mural.

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68 comments:

  1. Beautiful morning sky!The Chinese sausages look very tasty.

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  2. The Chinese Art Mural is beautiful and your dishes arouse appetite.

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  3. To me, the home cooked one looks the best!

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  4. Very flavourful dinner with the salty vegetable soup and wax sausages. Yum yummy! Go well with rice!. Did you both eat any rice for dinner?

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  5. The Chinese sausage looks nice and different from ours.
    The sky has lovely colours with the 3rd photo having good and interesting clouds.

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    1. The Chinese sausage has a waxy and harder texture.

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  6. Oh? You steam Chinese sausages too? So far, if steamed, I only had the Taiwan ones. I found that they taste more or less similar. I see dark clouds - bright sunny morning here but it is raining, all of a sudden, right now.

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    1. Today, the weather forecast says scattered showers. Most of the times, our area not affected.

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  7. That is a beautiful Chinese mural at the school. It is so soothing.

    Every time I visit your blog, I leave hungry. Your photos always look so appetizing. You also took some awesome sunrise shots, too.

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  8. Beautiful sunrise photos.
    The food looks really delicious.
    The mural is beautiful.
    Greetings Irma

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  9. Lovely photos, and your food always fascinates me. I've never seen coconut jam before! Have a great day, Valerie

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    1. Nice and fragrant coconut jam. Great on toast or bun.

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  10. Your dinner is very homely! My grandmother used to put Chinese sausage into the rice cooker when the rice is almost cooked.

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  11. Weather has been warm lately since last week....need to stay indoor and hydrated more.

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    1. Yes, only gray sky but no rain. Back to the air-con.

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  12. Can you explain the Chinese sausages? Google is a bit weird on that ;-)

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    1. Chinese sausage is a dried, hard sausage usually made from pork and pork fat. It is normally smoked, sweetened, and seasoned with rose water, rice wine and soy sauce. Very different from the hot dog sausage.

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  13. Your breakfast looks interesting. All your food is very unfamiliar to me.

    Great mural!

    best... mae at maefood.blogspot.com

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  14. ...if you have too much rain, please send some my way!

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  15. Lovely and gentle Chinese mural at the school
    Love the sunrise photos :)
    Thanks for participating in Monday Murals Nancy.

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  16. Wonderful weather. Kaya toasts look good, now I want to buy kaya. Beautiful Mural.

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  17. Looks to be a great weather... And some wonderful delicacies

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  18. Beautiful skies to go by a simple breakfast and dinner! Loved the Chinese mural

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  19. Delicious food. A beautiful mural. Have a nice week:)

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  20. Just the soup and the sausage would be good enough for me cos the soup got ingredients such as pork ribs too yums!

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  21. Coconut jam sound interesting.
    Coffee is on and stay safe

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    1. Thank you, Dora. Coconut jam on toast with hot coffee.

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  22. I've never had coconut jam before. I'd like to though. I love your food.

    Have a fabulous day and week, Nancy. ♥

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  23. I have never seen Chinese sausages before but they look yummy! :) the sunrise is beautiful as always too :)

    Hope your week is off to a great start :)

    Away From The Blue

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  24. Lindo mural me dio curiosidad de las salchichas chinas. Te mando un beso

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  25. Those are pretty skies!

    Someday i must try coconut jam, since i do really like coconut.

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  26. Oo that sambal on the nasi lemak...

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    1. Its the sambal that makes the nasi lemak delicious.

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