Friday, November 14, 2014

Homecooked Noodles With Heavy Toppings

After taking rice for the past few days, I decided to whoop up something different this evening. It has been some time since I last had noodles, they are not my favourite list... There are so much negative comments about consuming them and that has certainly affect me after reading them. *Call me Kiasi* Dry noodles is my last resort for a decent meal... 
Bought some beancurd fish paste this morning... 
And took out five frozen prawns from the freezer.... 
Plus some remaining greens which was "donated" by my sister...   :)
Oh no... did I really finish all that? 
Really full to the brim!

After this heavy dinner, I dragged my legs up to the bedroom only to realize that the bulb is not working... sigh.... the light bulb kept flickering and flickering that I had to switch it off....  I guess I have to watch TV and blog in a very dim light from tonight onwards till...........................

HELP, HELP.... I NEED HANDY ANDY!!


27 comments:

  1. I am a noodle lover and that looks like a decent bowl of noodles for me. Hey, what happen to one of the prawns, doing somersault, hihihi!!!!

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  2. Drooling over that bowl of noodle, hehe...

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  3. Claire, when will be convenient for you? My hubby can help you fix the flickering light.

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    1. Thank you Nancy! I appreciate that very much!

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  4. Once your handyman reads this, he will rush to your rescue, I guess?
    I have the same problem as you, every time I cook, I always overestimate the portions to cook, and end up eating more than I should!

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    1. At least you can consume it all... I cannot...

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  5. This looks better than a lot of restaurant food! You are such a good cook, I can feel it and see it!

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    1. Thank you Ginny... photos can be deceiving! hahaha...

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  6. The thing about instant noodles being not healthy is the fact that they have been pre fried but yee mee sold by outside eateries are also pre fried but there are instant noodles that are air dried so is better. The other thing not healthy about it is the seasonings included so if you want to be healthy then just don't use the packets of seasoning. Other than that I don't believe dry noodle to be any worse than noodles sold outside unless they specifically say that they are organic noodles.

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    1. Oh like that.... so next time I better not use the seasoning... but one packet can be very filling too esp. with all the toppings...

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  7. wow, that's plenty of prawns! more than those prawn noodles that normally i get at hawker stalls...

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  8. Oooooo...the prawns! How much a kilo there? Here, these medium-sized ones around RM30-35, so expensive. Tsk! Tsk!

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    1. Oh over here it is around RM50....tsk... tsk....

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  9. ahem ahem.....planning to open shop for retirement ka? Ahem ahem.....i "chup" one bowl can ah?

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  10. The prawns look big! I love their heads! I cook noodles for the kids every weekend.. Mostly dried yee mein or bihun..

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    1. Kids prefer noodles than rice anytime, right!

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  11. wahhhhh look at that prawns!!!

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  12. Looks like a really nice bowl of noodle soup! The prawns certainly caught my eyes! Lol!

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    1. I was really full... coming to think of it...

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  13. Wah seh! The prawns feature so prominently in your bowl of noodles :D

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