Friday, 9 September 2022

Ipoh Taugeh & Chicken (Nga Choy Kai) For Dinner

We are still in the monsoon season and most mornings we have overcast sky.

Overcast sky at 8:15am.
This pot of Coleus is doing very well.
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No home cooking on Independence Day, so we had dinner at "Buntong Nga Choy Kai" which is near to us.
We ordered a small plate of blanched beansprout (nga choy in Cantonese or taugeh in Hokkien).
Poached chicken (small).
Blended ginger to go with the poached chicken.
A bowl of flat rice noodle (koay teow) in clear soup.
Independence Day dinner for 2 people.
Sunset at 7:30pm

Hallelujah!
O servants of Jehovah, praise his name.
Blessed is his name forever and forever.
Praise him from sunrise to sunset!
For he is high above the nations;
his glory is far greater than the heavens.
(Psalm 113:1-4, The Living Bible-TLB)

46 comments:

  1. i can never get enough of Ipoh beansprout and chicken hor fun!

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  2. Monsoon season I imagine hot and wet?
    Your flowers are so beautiful.
    And the food looks yummy.

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  3. I'll have poached chicken for lunch tomorrow, Mooncake Festival and bean sprouts too but our not special like Ipoh ones.

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    1. I won't be cooking. Still have decided want to eat. Most stalls will be closed. Probably end up eating chapati.

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  4. Those beansprouts are looking really good.

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  5. ...lovely coleus, I'm rooting some so that I can over winter some for next year. Enjoy your weekend Nancy.

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    1. Hope your coleus will grow well. Happy weekend.

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  6. Loe the last cloud photo, so beautiful. And the food looks so very good! Hugs, Valerie

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  7. Thank you Nancy for sharing with us your tasty dinner of Ipoh Taugeh & Chicken. sure looks delicious 😋 the colour of the coleus is so pretty. Is it a year round plant or seasonal?

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    1. Thank you, Mun. Yes, the coleus is a year round plant.

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  8. Happy Independence Day, your skies are dramatic, your food looks delicious. My wife has coleus in our garden. Beautiful plant.

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  9. Happy Independence Day.

    Love the plant. Beautiful.

    Oh the food. I love your food.

    Have a fabulous day and weekend, Nancy. ♥

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  10. This is the same Coleus that I have! How long do the monsoons last?

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    1. Thank you, Ginny. It usually lasts about 5 months.

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  11. Your coleus is beautiful. Food looks good too. Gigi hawaii

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  12. That chicken dish looks like a delish! Love the "white chopped" simplicity

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  13. Bellas plantas y genial cena. Te mando un beso.

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  14. Nice dinner. I love poached chicken. Nice sun set photos you took.

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  15. Nice skies. The coleus is lush and colorful.

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  16. The monsoon is approaching us, and it has been cloudy for several days. Coleus was a riot of color!

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  17. The food you eat always makes me hungry again!

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