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Tuesday, 7 December 2021

Homemade Stuffed Green Brinjals & White Bitter Gourds

This was 1st December. I harvested the following from my garden.

Some white bitter gourds and green brinjals. This round the bitter gourds are on the smaller sizes. I will be using the above to cook for dinner.
The bottom of this bitter gourds doesn't look good so I decided to harvest it as well. But when I cut it up, the bitter gourd was not spoilt. It is probably due to the excess rainwater.
I used all the above to make stuffed green brinjals and white bitter gourds. Ingredients for stuffing: A mixture of minced meat, fish paste, oyster sauce, salt, sugar, and cornflour.
Blanched store bought pak choy, drizzled with garlic oil, oyster and soy sauce.
On morning after breakfast, we walked past a motorcycle repair shop and saw this Vespa motorcycle parked in front of the shop.
Hubby stopped to chat with the owner of the repair shop and conveniently I took these snapshot of the Vespa motorcycle. I don't know whether it is on display or was there for some repair work.


The heavens are telling the glory of God;
they are a marvelous display of his craftmanship.
Day and night they keep on telling about God.
(Psalm 19:1-2, The Living Bible-TLB)

46 comments:

  1. Lovely food, you got a good harvest from your garden! The Vespa takes me back to my student days back in the 1960s when I had an old Vespa, and I loved it! Hugs, Valerie

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  2. Your stuffed green brinjals and white bitter gourds look so good. You can cook so well, like professional!

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    1. Thank you, STP. Lol! Professional in my own home.

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  3. You are so self sufficient. In a post apocalypse world, you are definitely a survivor with self sustainable farming and growing your own vegetables. I love your green brinjal and white bitter gourd ytf, must be so tasty. I am sure you shared them with your neighbours or friends, right?

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    1. Thank you, Mun. I am one that can eat anything that is available in the house. Just munching on a cucumber or carrot can be my lunch.

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  4. Lovely post :) thanks for your sharing...

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  5. The stuffed green brinjals and white bitter gourds look delicious and how cute is that vespa!
    Julia x
    https://www.thevelvetrunway.com/

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  6. I wish I could try some of those stuffed bitter gourds!

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  7. The plate with stuffed brinjals and gourds looks very tempting!
    Nice, white Vespa!

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  8. ...Vespas are classic! Thanks Nancy for sharing. Take care and have a wonderful day.

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  9. I like the Vespa scooter, which looks classy and trendy as well! The stuffed veggies look like to eat like snacks also.

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  10. I don't have a clue what all that food is but it does look delicious.

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    1. We can easily grow these in our garden and they are common stuffed food.

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  11. I would love to try this dish. Never had it before. Looks really good.

    Thank you for joining the Happy Tuesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Happy Tuesday, Nancy. ♥

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  12. Nancy, I like bitter gourd! Looks yum 😁. Thanks for sharing 🙂.

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  13. This looks fascinating. You definitely have foods available to you that we don't see here! These look so exotic!

    Thank you for sharing at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2021/12/the-blacksmiths-shop.html

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  14. There are times when I think a Vespa would be the perfect ride for me. :-)

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  15. The scooter matches the gourds! It is so cute.

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  16. I would like to try those pumpkins around here they do not exist, perhaps there are them with another name

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  17. Your garden produces such a bounty.

    Here there is a chayote, a squash we locally call mirliton, and that's what we eat with stuffing. Your recipe would probably be good in a mirliton.

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    1. Thank you, Mimi. We have chayote here but I haven't used it for stuffing.

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  18. Linda mota ricas calabazas. Te mando un beso

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  19. Nice vespa, for sale or what??

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  20. La berenjena y calabaza se ven muy bien, también me encanta la verdura. Besos.

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  21. Total wow at that YTF. Self-grown veggies some more... *respect.

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    1. Self grown and self made can enjoy to the max. Lol!

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