Thursday, 3 February 2022

Taro With Pork Belly & Steamed Chinese Sausages

This was the Sunday before the Chinese New Year. 

Sunrise at 7:15am.
Sunrise at 7:20am.
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Dinner for 4 people.
Cooking mode switched to "ON".
Ready made taro with pork belly. Steam to heat up.
Steamed Chinese sausages with peeled and sliced arrow heads under the sliced sausages. The sliced arrow heads is for absorbing the oil from the sausages.
I haven't bought Chinese sausages for a few years now and whatever we have were given by friends and neighbour.
Onion omelette.
Blanched greens, drizzled with garlic oil, oyster and soy sauce.
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Update from my garden.
I saw only one green tomato on one of my tomato plants.
I hope the flowers will produce more tomatoes in days to come.

Here is my description of a truly happy land where Jehovah is God:
Sons vigorous and tall as growing plants.
Daughters of graceful beauty like the pillars of a palace wall.
Barns full to the brim with crops of every kind.
Sheep by the thousands out in our fields.
Oxen loaded down with produce.
No enemy attacking the walls, but peace everywhere.
No crime in our streets.
Yes, happy are those whose God is Jehovah.
(Psalm 144:12-15, The Living Bible-TLB)

52 comments:

  1. The food looks yum! Happy Chinese New Year!
    xoxo
    Lovely
    www.mynameislovely.com

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  2. Oooo...I love taro with pork belly. Never had Chinese sausage steamed - usually fry with egg and onions, make an omelette. I also remove the skin before slicing and cooking too.

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    1. I also like the omelette with sausage and sometimes we used the sausage to fry rice too.

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  3. I have a packet of Chinese sausages in the fridge which I have yet to open! It will be good to use to cook my rice cooker "claypot" chicken rice.

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    1. I too like Chinese sausage in claypot chicken rice.

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  4. i seldom eat chinese sausage coz i dislike the taste. One or 2 slices in claypot rice is still acceptable.

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    1. I usually use the Chinese sausage for claypot rice, fried rice or omelette.

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  5. Beautiful sky and I find the tomato cute! The Chinese sausage looks juicy

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    1. Thank you, Jeevan. Hope you have recovered by now.

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  6. From both the Taro With Pork Belly dish & Steamed Chinese Sausages dish, I will pick out the taro and the ngaku to eat. Lol! May your tomato plant give u more and more tomatoes. When are your son's going back to kl?

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    1. Elder son has gone back to work. Younger son is still with us until this Sunday.

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  7. It's interesting how you use the arrowheads to absorb the oil from the sausages. Good idea!

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  8. ...the tomato is a wonderful sight, I will have a wait to see it here.

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    1. Thank you, Tom. This morning I saw another 2 small tomatoes.

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  9. Pork belly with taro is definitely one of my weakness.

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  10. I make Onion omelette with pieces of sausages every once in awhile. I also put red & green peppers. Try it, it's very tasy.

    Cruisin Paul

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    1. Thank you, Paul. I love to have sausage in my omelettes too.

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  11. I love coming to this blog and seeing the sky photos you take. I'm a big fan

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  12. I love your food posts, Nancy. So delicious.

    Have a fabulous day and rest of the week. ♥

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  13. Your food all looks good, yummy! Hugs, Valerie

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    1. Thank you, Valerie. Hugs. Have a great weekend.

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  14. Preciosas fotos Nancy. Los platos se ven sabrosos. Me comeria ahora ese platos de maravillosas verduras.
    Pronto tendrás muchos tomates. BESOS.

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  15. May your tomatoes produce a bumper crop.

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  16. Lindos tomates, te mando un beso.

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  17. Hmm, the onion-omelette and the greens are my favs!

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  18. Muy buenos tus tomates. Besos.

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  19. I bought ngaku to steam with lapcheong too. But what my maid came out with was the opposite of yours... we had BIG slices of ngaku with little round thin slices of lapcheong LOL.

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    1. No worry, the sizes don't matter. As long as the food is tasty and enjoyed by everyone.

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  20. I love to eat the Chinese Sausages or Lap Cheong. Fry them crispy and eat like snacks is the best la......

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    1. Hmmm...lap cheong fried till crispy sounds great to eat with plain rice or porridge. I will definitely try it. Thanks and wish you all the best for the new year.

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