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Chicken, chicken... I am getting fedup of cooking chicken almost everyday. Due to health reasons, I might not be eating much meat from now onwards, I prefer fish to chicken and pork..

As for now, Andy loves chicken, Fernie loves fish, I love vegetables... so I ended up cooking each of everything... No one will complain ....

I did the buttered chicken again but without the salted egg. Better not to consume so much of salted egg though it is really tasty. This time I put more garlic and curry leaves for a stronger aroma taste... oh, I added in two cilipadi-s for some "kick" and "umph..."




the green cilipadi..
this fat short ones are not spicy..actually..


this is vegetarian..my dish
i added some gingko and enoki mushrooms...


Fernie's fish soup...

Simple meal for three of us..
so... after this, I have to go hopping again...
"curi curi" recipes... any recommendations?

Comments

  1. Oooo...your dishes look so nice! I have a post coming up - 3 simple dishes - one meat, one veg and one soup for a balanced meal...but after seeing yours, I may decide not to publish it. Shy lah! Not so nice one! Hahahahahaha!!!!

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  2. Gosh.. your dishes actually made me want to go home and eat. Bad influences, haha! I've been working like mad at office to rush my magazine until i had to eat biscuits and snacks for 2 weeks..... breakfast and lunch!! ><

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  3. Your meal looks scrumptious.
    So different to the food we are used to.

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  4. well thought out dishes.
    a mum's job is not easy neh?

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  5. Wa no wonder your son say you good cook now....can see the passion lighted up hahaha....great dishes! Keep up the good work and keep the passion lighted all the time hahaha

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  6. Claire, I tot ur sifu is Elin... :)

    The chicken looks yummy!! I want some!!

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  7. happy belated birthday! btw, google gave u birthday gift too eh; pr2.

    for simple chicken n fish recipes, check out my food blog lar. :)

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  8. haha.. ur ummph n kick is definitely powerful! delicious food there.. next time i go ipoh, i dun wan to eat out. i wan u to cook for me

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  9. stp: don be so like that. Must share share recipe or ideas one. I wan some sibu dishes!

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  10. hello my fellow friends. I will reply yr comments tomorrow. Right now using my hp.

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  11. Very healthy vegetarian dish, gingko for taking care of STML and enoki mushrooms for anti cancer. What the heck is STML got HTML only mah? Its ~ "Short Term Memory Loss".

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  12. Gotta renamed your meal not a full vegetarian but "vegemeatarian"!

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  13. Certainly didnt look simple to prepare. ^_^ As for me, 2 dishes wld be enough to be satisfied. Burp!
    +Ant+

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  14. Whatever going to happen! We still have to EAT huh.... haha.... So, let's enjoy the food. Tapi jangan overloaded lol! hehe....

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  15. AL: hope your work is finished by now and that u hv a good sumptious meal....


    lynette: yes, definitely will be very different from the food u hv over there.. i love western food once awhile!


    tuti: it is not that hard,, either.. if i can do it, anyone can definitely do it better! :)


    elin: my dishes only once a blue moon..hahaa.. ok, any more ideas, btw?


    mandy: elin still is!! without her, cham for me.. no new dishes..


    mery: as u said, looks only.. hahaa..


    Miche: i guess u can say that and they can take the gift back anytime! :(


    smallkucing: ok i go over to yr blog for chicken balls..


    Merryn: no way, girl.. my home cooked food for display only.. i paiseh if u eat.. hahaa.. bocor all my rahsia then...


    cheah: i know, that was why i put the gingko there.. :(


    wenn: bet u can do much better!


    glenda: dare not la..hahaa.. too shy to share..


    chrisau: looks can be deceiving, ye?


    gratitude: simple to do.. might not taste as good as it looks but for my kids, they'll do... :)


    mylittlespace: yes, eat to live?? sure overload one day la..

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  16. sjb: wah.. that is a compliment, right? hahahaa..

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  17. looks like another hearty meal. makes me drool all the time.

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  18. LV: that is the purpose..hahaha.. no la...just joking..

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  19. This is why I choose to raise my own meat animals; chickens, turkeys, sheep and pigs. We slaughter them ourselves and process the chickens and turkeys right here on the farm.

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