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Saturday, 23 October 2021

Steamed Chicken With Dang Gui, Red Dates & Goji Berries

After our morning walk, hubby went out to buy his breakfast.

He bought steamed rice roll with yam bean filling (chee cheong fun). He added fish cake, fish ball and he opted for curry gravy instead of mushroom gravy.
I stayed home to make coffee and re-heated 2 curry puffs in the oven for myself.
Remaining strawberry apples and kiwi fruits for lunch.
The tiny apples were very crunchy and sweet.
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Home cooked dinner.
Steamed chicken, angled luffa and steamed rice.
Steamed half a chicken (seasoned with some salt) with red dates, goji berries and ginger slices.
Home grown angled luffas with dried shrimps.
Saw this pair of garden snails while on our morning walk.


When the Lamb broke the third seal,
I heard the third living being say, "Come!"
I looked up and saw a black horse and
its rider was holding a pair of scales in his hand.
(Revelation 6:5, New Living Translation-NLT)

60 comments:

  1. Love your homecooked meal. Seldom make steamed chicken at home. Just today I bought a kampung chicken and cook soup with it.

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    1. Chicken steamed and cooked in soup are equally delicious to us.

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  2. I never have heard of strawberry apples! Hmmm, sounds yummy.
    Your place must be so wonderful. (Minus the fish-part - oh, boy, I suggested to have fish pies that we have in the fridge - just why did I do that?!!! They are home-made, but.... noooo... I have my Father´s no-fish-genes...)

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    1. Hubby and younger son are not a fans of fish too. Only me and older son love fish.

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  3. Those strawberry apples look so fresh and crunchy. Love that nutritious herbal chicken soup.

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  4. Al you food looks delicious. Have a lovely weekend.

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    1. Thank you, Margaret. Have a lovely weekend too.

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  5. Wonderful pic of snails. Next goal of evolution would be the ability to take off the shells during mating.

    My latest post:
    https://craniumbolts.blogspot.com/2021/10/waiting-for-migrants.html

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  6. Where's the dong gui? I love chicken soup with that and seng see (the fine ginseng hairs) but we would have a lot of soup - so comforting, drinking the soup. Great for health too...but I heard people saying that dong gui is not for men, dunno why.

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    1. I only put in a few pieces of dong gui. There are more ginger slices than dong gui.

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  7. Your food looks wonderful, as always. The fruits from your garden are beautiful, enjoy! Have a great weekend, hugs, Valerie

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  8. Hello Nancy,
    Your meals look delicious. I love apples when they are crisp and sweet.
    Neat sighting of the garden snails. Thank you for linking up and sharing your critters and post. Take care, have a happy weekend! PS, I appreciate your comment and visit.

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  9. I hope the pair of garden snails are not on the main road else it would be dangerous for them. Your steamed chicken looks way better than the ones I bought yesterday. Luffa dish I can eat the whole plate. Chee Cheong fun for me anytime. With jicama in them is even more tasty. 😋😋😋The strawberry apples don't look tiny in the photo. Must be very nice to eat. Are you the one who ate most of your home made curry puffs? He didn't eat as many as you did?

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    1. Your guess about the curry puffs is correct. Lol!

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  10. Hello Nancy;:=) Chicken with dates and ginger, seems like my kind of dish. Nice capture of the snails.

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  11. Have a wonderful weekend Nancy. Food looks good.

    Cruisin Paul

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    1. Thank you, Paul. Have a wonderful new week.

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  12. Curry sauce with CCF is also nice. Actually there are quite a few varieties of CCF and I like them all.

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  13. The curry puffs always look so good! I don't see how people can eat slimy snails! Or raw oysters either for that matter.

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  14. Curry puffs are the best with coffee, hmmm they smell so good together.
    Your chicken dish looks so yum.

    Ann
    https://roomsofinspiration.blogspot.com/

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  15. Hola Nancy. Me los comería todos, se ven muy sabrosos. Bonitos caracoles y bonitas fotos. Besos.

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  16. Ah, yes, I was scrolling down looking at all the great food and them bam!! snails on the ground. Glad you didn't eat them. (I have eaten snails but not from off the ground)

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    1. Lol! I have not eaten snails and I don't think I want to.

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  17. Lately, I hear a lot about goji berries. They say it is super food and have benefits backed by science.

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    1. I usually use goji berries for soups and sometimes in stir fries.

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  18. Your meals are always so colorful and yummy looking. I love the apples too. Happy weekend sweet friend!

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  19. Strawberry apples sound quite good, i would love to taste them someday.

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    1. Thank you, Mimi. It was my first time tasting strawberry apples.

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  20. Bellos caracoles, me gustaron las frutas se ve muy ricas. Te mando un beso

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  21. I'm a ginger fan.
    Coffee is on and stay safe

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  22. I'm sure those apples are called something else in Australia.
    Must say I haven't seen a garden snail for a very long time.

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    1. Thank you, Margaret. The apples were the size of a small plum.

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  23. Hmmm, yummy-yum. I have no idea what to eat here, but you made me so hungry!

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  24. The curry puffs look delicious, and I would love to taste those strawberry apples!
    Julia x
    https://www.thevelvetrunway.com/

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  25. Se ven preciosas las fotografías. Besos.

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  26. The steamed chicken and the angled luffa are my kind of dinner.

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    1. Thank you, Libby for your visit and comments. Take care and stay safe.

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