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Tuesday, 19 October 2021

Pork Rib Sui Kao Wonton Noodle, Curry Puffs & Lotus Root Soup

We didn't go for morning walk because it rained early this morning. It was forecasted that there was rain but it didn't. Hopefully the dry spell is over and the rain will be back so that I can start to grow some new edibles in my garden.

This was last Thursday morning at 7:20am taken during our morning walk.
7:28am
This was one of the hot days.
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Hubby wanted to eat our favourite wonton noodle in town.
There were only 3 customers ahead of us. It was only about 8:20am but we were told that wonton dumplings were sold out.
So we ordered wonton noodle with sweet sour pork rib and sui kao.
This wonton noodle is special because it is thinner than others.
This soup is extra flavourful. We don't get thirsty drinking this soup so it could not be due to msg added.
The lady boss is very generous with the pickled green chili.
Somehow I will finish all.
Hubby stopped on the way to buy RM10 worth of roast pork.
I kept the roast pork in the fridge for dinner.
Deep pink Balsam plants in my front garden.
Balsam plants do not last long but they are self-propagating.
I bought a small pack of large size cookies (hup toh soh in Cantonese).
Very nice and crumbly. I can only eat half of it at one time.
Chinese rojak for lunch.
I finally get down to making curry puff with the ready made puff pastry skin that was sitting in the freezer. For the filling, I used chicken breast meat, potatoes, onions and curry powder. These were kept in the fridge. Whenever I want some for breakfast, lunch or snack, I will reheat whatever I need in the oven.
Home cooked dinner for 2 people.
Blanched baby pak choy, drizzled with garlic oil, oyster and soy sauce.
Lotus root, carrot, red dates, goji berries, a small dried cuttlefish and chicken bones. The soup is full of natural sweetness. I do not used msg because it causes headache and makes me thirsty. I shared the soup with our neighbour as they have gone back to work full time.
Old fashioned fire wood stove at the Antong Coffee Mill in Taiping.


How long, LORD, will the wicked, how long will the wicked be jubilant?
They crush your people, LORD; they oppress your inheritance.
They slay the widow and the foreigner; they murder the fatherless.
Take notice, you senseless ones among the people;
you fools, when will you become wise?
Does he who fashioned the ear not hear?
Does he who formed the eye not see?
Does he who disciplines nations not punish?
Does he who teaches mankind lack knowledge?
The LORD knows all human plans; he knows that they are futile.
(Psalm 94:3,5-6,8-11, New International Version-NIV)

54 comments:

  1. Seems like rain makes the prettiest skies afterward.

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  2. wow lots of my favourite food in this post...you eat really well, Nancy. The morning sky shots are beautiful.

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    1. Thank you, Angie. We are blessed with so many different choices of food and tourists will flock here during weekends and public holidays enjoy all these yummy food.

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  3. All these food looks so yum! Got me hungry, lol!
    xoxo
    Lovely
    www.mynameislovely.com

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  4. Thanks for the beautiful post!

    Have a nice day)

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  5. So much wonderful food again, you have made me hungry. Beautiful photos, too. Have a wonderful day and take care, hugs, Valerie

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  6. Those dumplings must be very yummy then!
    The flowers are beautiful!
    The names of your food sound so exciting, always! And, oh, can you hand over some pastry?
    Great you shared. Must ask my neighbor next time if he likes spinach (he doesn´t like meat much).
    Interesting stove. I wouln´t dare though... looks dangerous to me ;-)
    (I´m clumsy)

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    1. Thank you, Iris. That stove will give you a big fire and most of us will not know how to use such stove.

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  7. Interesting shape, your curry puffs. Must be easier to make like that, will try next time.

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    1. These are puff pastry, just fold them together. I need to stuff in as much filling as possible, so this is the best shape.

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  8. I love Green chili pickle:) thanks for your sharing...

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  9. Interesting old stove & pretty pictures.

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  10. This firewood looks so cool. So many yummy food :-)

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  11. The curry puffs look nice.
    My husband made some pasties today..

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  12. I like the thin noodles over the large noodles. The large noodles look like worms is what my daughter told me.

    Cruisin Paul

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    1. Thank you, Paul. I know what you mean about the large noodles. Your daughter is right. Lol!

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  13. Goodness the food today is just the best ever. Wow. I want some of each dish.

    Thank you for joining the Happy Tuesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Happy Tuesday, Nancy. ♥

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  14. Delicious and oh so tempting food! Have a lovely day!

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  15. I miss balsam - once, we had a bunch of it, and it grew more than 3 feet. Your cookies and puffs look yummy!

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  16. The sunrise was beautiful, and so are the flowers. Did you say cookies?

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  17. se ven muy ricos eso fideos. Lindas flores te mando un beso

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  18. Deep pink Balsam plants can dye nails red or orange, and plant dyeing is harmless.
    32 inch bundles

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    1. Thank you for the information. Very interesting. I didn't know about the dye.

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  19. Wah, the curry puffs you make yourself look so very good! That is a lot of pickled green chilis. Does the seller know you love pickled green chilis to give you so much!?

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    1. Thank you, Mun. Yes, once we told her that her pickled chili is very nice, now we get to have extra. Lol!

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  20. As usual morning sky photos look beautiful. Really good job! Iam sure,Curry puffs must be delicious.

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  21. Thanks for sharing at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2021/10/i-dont-like-that-there.html

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  22. I have never seen such a generous serving of green chilli! Sweet sour pork rib sounds interesting as a wanton noodle accompaniment.

    Your curry puffs are so nice and even.

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    1. Thank you, Stacy. We love the pork rib wonton noodle accompaniment.

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  23. Me encantan tus verduras. Besos.

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