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Homecooked Wanton Noodles And Vietnam Taste

I HAVE GUESTS COMING....

That was yesterday!  Yes, after nearly two months, I saw my friends for the first time at noon.  They came to my house and before they did, I quickly scooped up a big plate of fried wanton noodles.  Initially I thought of ordering some food online... but eventually, I settled for homecooked food.  Just one dish... LOL... but I dumped in a lot of ingredients to make it more colourful, so my friend used to say...
3 wanton noodles.... 
Roasted pork sliced thinly...
Minced pork....
Chicken meat....
Carrots....
Coriander leaves...
Small chilies...
Lots of garlic!
Three of us finished them all.... 
No Msg except for soy sauce.... 
Then my friend, "hey, that is colourful enough"
LOL.... 
Evening came, we ordered Vietnam food... 
Fried rice with a piece of fried chicken...
I ordered this special for myself.... 
Surprisingly I finished it all... I am amazed at myself!
Oh yes, we ordered two big bowls of Beef Noodles too.... 
Somehow I forgot to take photo!
Oh yes, my friend was heating up the beef soup now come to think of it...
And after that, conveniently forgotten about it!


Comments

  1. very colorful fried noodles! so much 'liews'!!

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  2. Your dish looks so festive! So your lockdown is over now, and you are able to socialize?

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  3. Your wanton noodle looked yummy. Anything can do.

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  4. You are so good, so hospitable. I go Ipoh, what are you going to treat me to? Wink! Wink! LOL!!!

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    1. hahahhaa... by then, I hope restaurants will be opened! No home cooking please... bored by then!

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  5. What a nice small gathering. Your wonton noodles look colorful and delicious!

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  6. Very colourful noodles! Ya, are we allowed to socialize other than within the same family? With cmco, I am confused.

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    1. I am also confused... anyway, just take precautions...

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  7. Looks good. There are a couple of Vietnamese restaurants in our area. However, we prefer Thai food.

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  8. Wow very appetizing and colouful noodles. Finally you "show your friends some colours", lol. In sg, the government is having meetings to duscuss whether to allow visiting.

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