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Monday, 6 December 2021

Shredded Chicken Noodle & Steamed Black Pomfret

On this particular Sunday, we went to one of our regular coffee shop for breakfast.

We ordered shredded chicken noodle (kai si hor fun).
Without prawns is RM5, with prawns is RM5.50.
We can now enjoy delicious kai si hor fun without having to drive out to town.
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Back home in my garden.
Home grown Bentong ginger in a shallow pot.
Bentong ginger growing in a shallow pot and in black plastic bag.
Hoping to harvest enough ginger for the coming Chinese New Year.
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Home cooked dinner for 2.
I need to clear some extra minced meat already thawed in the fridge and I wanted to also clear 2 frozen black pomfret so that I can stock up some fresh ones.
Home grown green brinjals (eggplants) sauteed with garlic and minced meat.
Steamed black pomfret with chopped garlic, pickled radish (choy poh) and chili. Seasoned with oyster sauce, salt and sugar. Squeezed some lime juice over the steamed fish before serving. We enjoyed the overload topping.
Mural on the side wall of a corner shop in Ipoh old town.
This snapshot was taken in 2015 and I think it is still there.
This is near to the restaurant which is famous for serving frozen beer.

Linking to Monday Mural.

Your faithfulness extends to every generation,
like the earth you created; it endures by your decree,
for everything serves your plans.
(Psalm 119:90-91, The Living Bible-TLB)

56 comments:

  1. I really like the mural. That's right, Chinese New Year is not very far off!

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  2. I tried growing ginger it didn't work out.
    Coffee is on and stay safe

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    1. I have no problem with growing ginger but I do have problem growing potatoes. Tried twice and failed twice.

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  3. Oh, yes, Chinese New Year! Sadly not celebrated here, but I know it from Perth.
    Frozen beer??? What is that other than I forget some in the fridge?
    No, really, what is it?

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    1. Actually the beer is not frozen hard. It has a special name in Chinese and is very popular for beer drinkers.

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  4. Ooooooo, the Kai see hor fun looks so delicious! 😋 May I know the name of the shop? One day I will have cutie cutie msia n go Ipoh to eat all the good food there. Yummy! Thanks for sharing that Bentong ginger can be successfully grown in pots and bags. The pomfrets look tasty too. Long time I didn't eat whole steamed fish.

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    1. This kai si hor fun is in Kopitiam Huan Le. I won't be giving you the address because the kopitiam will be shifting to a new location by end of this year. The new location is not confirmed yet.

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    2. Thank you for the info. I will note down the name and google to see where it is when I go Ipoh! Stay safe! 🙏

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    3. Hopefully by then, google will be able to pick up the new location. Stay safe too.

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  5. Lovely mural, looks like one of those old adverts.
    Thanks for participating in Monday Murals Nancy.

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  6. Kai si hor fun looks good! I've had steamed black pomfret once, nice also but not so used to it. Usually we steam the white pomfret. The lady at my fish stall will tell me the variety of black pomfret suitable for steaming but still, we will just deep fry. Old habits die hard.

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    1. I usually fry the black pomfret but since these were really fresh, I wanted to steam them.

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  7. Interesting mural -- does it advertise a particular brand of beer? I thought freezing would ruin it.

    best... mae at maefood.blogspot.com

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    1. Sorry. I should mention that the beer was not actually frozen hard. It comes short of freezing and it is very nice to drink.

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  8. I've never heard of frozen beer, but I do love that mural. Quite an interesting one.

    Home grown ginger sounds good.

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    1. It is not actually frozen hard. I have drank the beer and it is very nice to drink.

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  9. Wonderful food again, and so many varieties. Have a great day! Valerie

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  10. What's the proportion of garlic vs choy poh in that overload topping?

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    1. There is no fixed proportion, just use whatever you like best.

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  11. The mural is a nice one. Good luck with your ginger.

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  12. Your home cooked dinner for two looks yummy!
    The pot home-grown ginger looks good!
    Lovely mural!

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  13. Complimenti sembra buonissima. Adoro questo tipo di zuppa.

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  14. I am pretty sure I have never had prawns for breakfast, but I am willing to give it a shot if ever I get the chance!

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    1. The most is you will get 2 to 3 prawns in a bowl of prawn noodle. I think you will love it.

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  15. ...your garden is beautiful to see.

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  16. I can have prawns anytime. LOL

    Cruisin Paul

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  17. I wonder if I can grow ginger?
    Love the mural and am intrigued by frozen beer.

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  18. Yummy on all the wonderful food. I always enjoy coming here to see what you and hubby had for your days meals. Delicious.

    Have a fabulous day and week, Nancy. ♥

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  19. That prawn noodle soup really looks delicious.

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  20. I was so excited to see the ginger growing in your garden, it looks amazing! So did all of the amazing dishes you shared, just reading your post is making me so hungry!

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  21. That's a fun mural, and i always admire your plants.

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  22. Me gusto el fideo y el mural te mando un beso

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  23. The chicken soup looks so good
    it made me crave for one,
    it is so cold in here and a chicken soup
    would be nice.
    Have a great day ♥

    Ann
    https://roomsofinspiration.blogspot.com/

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  24. I love that mural and your ginger plant looks amazing!
    Julia x
    https://www.thevelvetrunway.com/

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