Wednesday, 1 June 2022

White Bitter Gourd Stuffed With Fish Paste + Minced Meat

It was a gloomy day. The sunrise was blocked by an overcast sky.

Started out on our morning walk at about 6:45am.
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After morning walk, we stopped at a nearby coffee shop for breakfast. We shared the following items.
A plate of Hong Kong chee cheong fun which is steamed rice flour noodle with bbq pork and prawn filling. It was served with sambal on the side.
A cup of unsweetened coffee with evaporated milk (kopi C kosong).
2 sets of egg on toast for sharing.
We like to add sprinkling of soy sauce and dashes of white pepper powder to the eggs.
A plate of fried rice vermicelli with egg, prawns and beansprout.
Morning sky at 7:55am.
Morning sky at about 8am.
White bitter gourd is right for harvest.
I was not sure how I want to cook the bitter gourd. I looked into the freezer and checked what I can find. Then I took out a packet of fish paste and a packet of minced pork.
I ended up making stuffed white bitter gourd with the fish and minced meat paste.
I don't have chili sauce, so I used roasted sesame dressing as dipping sauce.
Plain blanched green veggie (baby choy fah).
This was a 2 dish dinner. No rice, no noodle.


So, my fellow believers, long to be prophets
so that you can preach God's message plainly;
and never say it is wrong to "speak in tongues";
however, be sure that everything is done properly
in a good and orderly way.
(1 Corinthians 14:39-40, The Living Bible-TLB)

48 comments:

  1. Nice sky-pics.
    Hmmm, soy sauce on fried eggs sounds good, will try that tonight. I always also put a slice of cheese underneath.
    Those patties look good, too.

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  2. The sky shots are so wonderfully moody. Your food looks great, as always. Have a great, new month, Valerie

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  3. Chee cheong fun looks good, and the fried bihun too! I love stuffed bitter gourd in yong tofu!

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    1. I too love stuffed bitter gourd in yong tofu.

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  4. Wishing you a wonderful day <3

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  5. Beautiful sky shots, Nancy. The stuffed bittergourd looks really tasty.

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  6. ...we enjoy fried yellow squash in summer.

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  7. Nice sky photos :) thanks for your sharing...

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  8. I like the egg with toast. Yes, sprinkle with soy sauce and pepper, that is so good.

    I need some carb. If no rice, no noodle, I easily go hungry at night. Lol.

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    1. I too need to fill my tummy in order to have a good night's sleep.

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  9. That plate of fried rice vermicelli with egg, prawns and beansprout sure looks tasty Nancy.

    Cruisin Paul

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  10. Wow! That stuffed gourd looks so delicious. Gigi-Hawaii

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  11. I love your food. I can't tell you how much I love your food.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday, Nancy. ♥

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    1. Thank you, Sandee. Have a fabulous weekend.

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  12. The egg and toast look very good, not cooked too hard.

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  13. Nice looking meals, and nice creativity on the bitter gourd. I imagine bitter gourd is bitter, but it must not be that bitter if you cook with it.

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    1. The bitter gourd when cooked will have a slight tinge of bitter in it.

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  14. What a difference 5 minutes made to the sky!

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  15. Great views of food and skies!

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  16. Me dio ganas d e la tostadas y la calabaza. Te mando un beso.

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  17. Thank you Nancy for the delicious food photod. White Bitter Gourd Stuffed With Fish Paste and Minced Meat for dinner is nice to eat. How creative of you to make the sesame dip for the bitter gourd. Where did you get the idea from?

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    1. Thank you, Mun. I just make do with whatever I have in the house.

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  18. A drizzle could add to the morning delight with such clouds! You worked some magic using bitter gourd, which appears to be cupcakes at first glimpse.

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  19. Thanks for sharing your link at My Corner of the World this week!

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  20. Good that your magic freezer has useful things like fish paste and minced pork!

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    1. Thanks to this modern day fridge which I can stock up on some foodstuffs.

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  21. Encantada de ver tu cosecha. Besos.

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