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Reanaclaire Homecooked Dinner In Adelaide

IT WAS ALMOST NOON WHEN WE FINALLY CHECK IN and I am delighted with the layout of the apartment which we would be staying for a week...The mini kitchen has almost everything, from the oven, microwave, dish washer and the utensils we need.  I like the "island" at the kitchen there, separating the living hall...

We bought a lot of stuff back from the mall and for the first night, I was dedicated to do a simple meal.  Before that, I took a rest first, standing at the balcony to get some wifi and checking into my emails, blog and watsapp!  Very important tasks for me each day....

 
Neat and nice layout... 
And our first dinner were whooped out pretty fast..
Cold weather is the cause of our hunger....
Bought a roasted chicken from the mall... $11
We baked it again for some minutes and it was still nice and juicy...
Broccoli with some fresh scallops...
 An easy dish.. eggs with big onions...
Somehow I messed it up...
ABC soup with some added sausages.... *something new I learn*
They enhanced the flavour of the soup...
My girl likes them...
And our first dinner in Adelaide... 
Yes, Chinese food again!
One for the album as usual....
 
 

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  1. 7 comments:

    Princess RibbonApril 21, 2015 at 5:06 PM

    All the dishes look so good and feels very at home.. Especially with abc soup and onion eggs, who don't like? I always put sausages in abc soup for the boys when I cook noodles for them, taste good too..
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    1. Oh, I never tried putting sausages before... my SIL taught me how...

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  2. suituapuiApril 21, 2015 at 5:24 PM

    The chicken looked nice and juicy!
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  3. Somewhere in SingaporeApril 21, 2015 at 5:34 PM

    Everythings looks good..
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  4. Irene TanApril 21, 2015 at 6:01 PM

    Nice dinner. Homecooked food is the best. Love the veg dish & juicy chix.

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  5. Phong HongApril 21, 2015 at 6:47 PM

    Not bad lah you. On holiday also you can do a Reana Claire Cooks! Everything looks good, even the "messed" up omelette.

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    1. hahahaa.. messed up yeah... cos I didn't have the patience to fry bit by bit...

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  6. [SK]April 21, 2015 at 7:58 PM

    haha sure would be nice to have this kind of homecooked dinner, simple ones but I guess everyone enjoys huh?? especially after a tiring day and you walked until your legs almost patah, Chinese soup would be so great.. and what's in the soup?? I saw like two fat sausages in there!! haha~~ :D

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    1. Hungry means wallop... but too bad the rice was soggy.... didn't finish all though...

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  7. Nancy ChanApril 21, 2015 at 10:47 PM

    Next time I boil ABC soup I will put in sausages to try.

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  8. It looks delicious!!! And your chicken price is in DOLLARS, so I can finally understand it! the grocery stores here sell rotisserie chickens, you can watch them roasting. They come out twice a day and are five dollars. WHAT is in the ABC soup, how did you make it??? I must get a chicken and try this!! I wait for your answer.

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    1. Hello Ginny, ABC soup is big onions, carrots and potatoes.. boil for two hours and then add in the sausages and boil for five to ten minutes otherwise they might turn too soft... hope this helps..

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  9. Even though is at overseas, but is still be able to have home cook food there...

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  10. Your home cooked food looks good wert! Sausages with soup sounds interesting to me!

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    1. Just to enhance the soup flavour last minute...

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  11. That's a lovely home cooked food, Claire. So many things to get from the fresh market to cook at your comfort. I miss Australia.

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  12. I agree that the layout look nice and neat! Eating Chinese home cooked meals are definitely tastier in overseas. When I went overseas, I carried stuffs like White Coffee sachets, Bak Kwa and Cup Noodles which made me happy too.

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    1. hahaha.. Yeah, once we are there, we will miss Malaysian food..

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  13. For me, I add bacon strips into my angmoh styled ABC soup, the smoky flavor infused into the soup, yums!!

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    1. It is really a fusion then!! My SIL showed us how to do that...

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