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An Indian Mexican Dinner At Home

ON THIS PARTICULAR EVENING, my girl and I did not feel like taking rice or noodles...  We went for wraps instead.  For her, she prefers those sold Mexican wraps sold in Jaya Jusco, 8 pieces for a price of RM8.90 or something like that.  As for yours truly, I stick to the local wraps called Capati.  LOL...

Went to an Indian Muslim shop near our house and got these home for dinner.... 2 pieces of Capati for myself, a piece of curry fish and dhall to go with the wraps.   Back home, my girl heated up her two Mexican wraps from the fridge and made two scrambled eggs for herself... and our dinner began in front of our TV screen..... Not a good habit but who cares now.... LOL...
Assam curry fish which cost around RM6.50
The Thick Dhall that goes with the Capati... 
Our simple and humble dinner for the evening.... 

Comments

  1. I love Indian! Where are the Mexican wraps? I think I'm like you, would rather go for the chapati.

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  2. hah..hah...Capati wraps lagi best eat with curry gravy :D

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  3. Assma curry looks amazing. I want try it!

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  4. She didn't eat any dhall and curry fish? Just eggs with her wrap? Have a good long weekend!

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  5. Curry gravy for me anytime, especially those rich and thick ones

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  6. It is good to have some changes once in a while, always eat rice or noodles also will get sick of it

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  7. It does look very tasty! We eat our meals in front of the T.V. every day! It is more comfy, too.

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  8. Given a choice, I'll ape your girl. Indian food's not my cup of tea, I'm afraid.

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  9. LOLOL.... Chapati wraps are still the best to eat fresh and warm.

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