Monday, 28 February 2022

Chicken With Pickled Ginger, Nyonya Steamed Fish & Steamed Pork Salted Fish

This was 2 Fridays ago. After morning walk, we drove to Menglembu for breakfast.

Our breakfast at Restoran Meng Meng Kee, Menglembu.
As usual, hubby ordered the above Hor Hee mung bean noodle (glass noodle) and a glass of Chinese tea.
I ordered the above because I don't feel like eating noodle that morning. I requested for the butter and kaya to be served separately.
Some of you might have guessed that I wanted the butter to be served separately for this purpose - that I can put in a little of the butter into my coffee.
Just a little butter will do. Give it a quick stir and enjoy the coffee while it is still hot.
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That evening, we went to a new place which a friend recommended for dinner.
Restoran WSF 33 at Taman Hover, Ipoh.
We ordered this fried sticky chicken with pickled ginger cubes.
Steamed minced pork with salted fish.
Steamed Tilapia Nyonya style.
Total cost of dinner including rice for 4 people - RM77.00
Will be returning to try the other dishes.
This is one of the routes we take for our morning walk. This wall surrounds a Chinese school in our area. The wall is covered with many Chinese art murals.
This is one of the murals on the wall.
This is probably a soldier bidding farewell to his mother and family members before he rides off on his white horse.

Linking to Monday Murals.

Dear brothers, don't be too eager to tell others their faults,
for we all make many mistakes; and when we teachers of religion,
who should know better, do wrong,
our punishment will be greater than it would be for others.
(James 3:1-2, The Living Bible-TLB)

48 comments:

  1. That chicken looks gorgeous...and the fish too!!! I love steamed meat with salted fish, long kiam hu no less, too!

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    1. All the 3 dishes were delicious. Worth going back to try more dishes.

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  2. so delicious. I love fish and chicken. I often search recipe from apps on apkfun.com to cook meal for my family and today have more choices from your post!

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  3. You always show some amazing food.
    Love the Chinese wall and the details of mural in the last photo. Thanks for participating in Monday Murals Nancy.

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    1. Thank you, Sami for hosting. Have a great day.

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  4. The fried sticky chicken with pickled ginger cubes is new to me. I am sure it is delicious and so are the other two dishes. I am longing for nonya asam fish!

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    1. Thank you, PH. All 3 dishes were delicious.

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  5. Especially the chicken looks yummy! And oh, it must be a joy to go to that school!

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  6. The food looks so tasty and I love the Chinese murals.

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  7. Yummy food, like the sound of pickled ginger! Great mrals, too. Have a greeat week, stay safe, hugs, Valerie

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    1. Thank you, Valerie. Hugs, hope you are feeling better now. Have a great week too.

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  8. Delicious foods... thanks for your sharing...

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  9. The sticky chicken and fish look absolutely droolworthy!

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  10. The fried sticky chicken is definitely eye-catching. Fish looks so tempting too.

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  11. The murals are beautiful. All your food looks delicious, too, though I’ve never eaten any of those dishes.

    best… mae at maefood.blogspot.com

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  12. ...Nancy, you found some wonderful murals.

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  13. Beautiful murals and the fried sticky chicken is tempting.

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  14. I like the hor hee mung bean soup dish but I don't know where to get that in kl. Chicken With Pickled Ginger looks like marmite chicken, Nyonya Steamed Fish looks good & Steamed Pork Salted Fish is like pork patty, right?

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    1. Thank you, Mun. Yes, its steamed minced pork with salted fish patty.

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  15. Nancy let you know that since I am curious I like to know the places in the world where the people who visit my blogs live.
    Today, for
    example, I read that Menglembu is famous for peanuts and where are the
    Buntong Falls which are very beautiful to visit.
    My greetings from Argentina.

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    1. Thank you, Norma. Menglembu was once famous for peanuts but now there is no peanut factory in Menglembu because the factory has shifted elsewhere. I have been up to the Buntong Falls once and it was a small on. Greetings from Ipoh, Malaysia.

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  16. The sticky chicken looks so delicious. I just love Chinese art! Awesome!!! I wish we had such murals here in Hawaii.

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  17. I ate much of your dinner. Delicious.

    Have a fabulous day and week, Nancy. ♥

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  18. Colorful murals would tell students the long Chinese history.

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    1. Yes, the murals tell of the Chinese history.

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  19. This is so yummy :)

    https://www.alyinwanderland.com/2022/02/cute-grunge.html

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  20. The murals are beautiful.

    Your food pictures make me hungry.

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  21. Lindo mural, me pareciĆ³ muy rico el pollo.- Te mando un beso.

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