Friday, 1 October 2021

Shredded Chicken Noodle, Roti Prata & Chicken Varuval

We woke up to a lovely nice cool morning. It rained the whole night before and the morning air was fresh and crisp.

Sunrise at 7:17am
On the reverse side, Kledang Hill at 7:32am.
Mist on the hills - 7:36am.

On the right side is the wall painted with Chinese art murals.
We bought shredded chicken noodle (kai si hor fun) from town.
Flat rice noodle (koay teow) with 1 med sized prawn, a piece of crab stick, and chicken. (I was given the chicken wing).
Pink Cleome (Spider flowers) in my garden.
Light Purple Cleome (Spider flowers) in my garden.
Instant noodle with leftover stewed duck for hubby.
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Take away dinner.
Egg prata or roti telur for hubby.
Plain prata or roti canai + chapati for me.
The plain prata was small so won't be enough for me.
I was hungry because I didn't take lunch.
There is no sambal chicken (ayam masak merah) so we bought chicken varuval.
2 types of curry gravy were given for the flat bread.
I can eat these for any meal of the day.


Yes, if you want better insight and discernment,
and are searching for them as you would for lost money
or hidden treasure, then wisdom will be given you
and knowledge of God himself;
you will soon learn the importance of reverence
for the Lord and of trusting him.
(Proverbs 2:3-5, The Living Bible-TLB)

64 comments:

  1. That mist on the hills is very alluring - almost a story in itself #FridayBliss

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  2. The mist on the hills is breathtaking. I love the look of the chicken varuval you had, drool worthy!

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    1. Thank you, STP. The chicken varuval is delicious.

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  3. The spider flower looks really beautiful. Curry gravy with flatbread sounds like a really comforting meal.

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  4. Beautiful flower and rain, ohhhh...
    Interesting food again!
    I´m just having onion cake... again. So much left as Hubby cannot have it.

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  5. What a ınteresting meals:) thanks for your sharing...

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  6. The Kledang Hills look very auspicious and good feng shui. All the houses there are blessed.
    I love that spider flowers! I wanna find them in the plant nursery here.

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    1. I collected some of the seeds from the plants that were growing in the compound of the bungalow we were staying in in Fraser's Hill and brought them back to plant in my garden.

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  7. You have a good view of the hill!

    Oh yes nice to have an Indian meal like that. The containers also look appropriate. :)

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    1. Thank you, Stacy. I prefer to use my own containers for take away. There are too many plastic bags and I couldn't recycle them fast enough to use as garbage bags.

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  8. Wonderful photos and so much delicious food, you have made me hungry! Now I will make myself some lunch! Have a great day, Valerie

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  9. ...I love the clouds on the mountains! Enjoy your weekend Nancy.

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  10. Nothing like a front coming through and clearing the air. Beautiful shots, great food!!

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  11. Love your photos of the sky and the low lying clouds. Looks so mysterious. Love the flowers, too.

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  12. Greetings and Salutations! Interesting with buildings on one side, Chinese art murals on the other side with mountains and clouds hanging that a person could almost touch. I like the spider plants. Most of all I like seeing the food you eat. Makes me hungry. Yum. Yum.

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  13. The spider flower looks so sweet. Kai Si hor fun looks tasty! Your dinner looks good too. Is the chicken varuval spicy?

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    1. The chicken varuval is very flavourful and not spicy.

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  14. The mist on the montains is lovely!

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  15. Great review and beautiful photos! :)

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  16. Love the mist. Beautiful.

    Oh the food. I want the food.

    Have a fabulous day and weekend, Nancy. ♥

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

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  17. These flowers are beautiful. Tasty dishes and nice company make you feel better at this difficult time for the world.

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  18. Lindas flores, ricos fideos. Te mando un beso

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  19. Oh wow, your flowers are absolutely beautiful.

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  20. Nice sky pictures and the cleome is pretty!

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  21. The Kledang Hill looks stunning in the mist and your Spider flowers are very lovely.

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  22. You have some of the prettiest flowers! Lovely skies, too.

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  23. Beautiful cleome blooms, sky shots over the hills are magnificent. Thanks for joining in Garden Affair.

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    1. Thank you, Arun for hosting. Have a great week.

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