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A No Frills Dinner At Home For Four

NIGHTS OF HOMECOOKED DINNER FOR AARON AND MYSELF... ever since he came back to Ipoh since Tuesday. Oh sorry, only on Tuesday evening we went out for dinner and that too, was a homely type of meal... From Wednesday till today Sunday, we had our evening meal at different homes.... and out from the five nights, I cook TWO times!

Yes, two times is considered a record in a matter of five days... hahahaha....  My girl was back too and that makes four of us... *Andy, you got to put on the bibs first... your turn is coming soon!!*

A No Frills dinner at home.... own home.... 
Reanaclaire's cooking, no joke!
Not sure what dish this is called... 
My girl wanted broccoli, I wanted okra... 
In the end, the dish turned out this way!
Steamed two skinny and skinless "kampung" chicken drumsticks....
with red dates and wolfberries...
Somehow after steaming, the deco turned out this way.... 
But the sauce is sweet from the chicken and red dates flavour...
Sauteed some organic greens with olive oil and garlic..... 
Panfried Salmon with fresh lemon juice... 
Steamed Golden Promfret with tomatoes and lemongrass and lots of ginger...
Wonder why it is not so watery...
Do I need to add water to the plate?
Not necessary, right?
Oh, why two types of fish?
The Reason.... is..... because.....
My girl loves fish and dislikes chicken!
And since Jaya Jusco offers good prices on Fish every Thursday, 
I ended up buying three different types... 
All are only RM10 per piece... 
Cheap, kan?


Comments

  1. Cheap. Now fishes are so expensive!! I also prefer fish to chicken.

    Very homey dinner. Claire sure can cook!!

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    1. Yes, me too anytime! Thank you for compliment..

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  2. I will definitely going to visit you when I go Ipoh for your home cooked food..my bib is ready...hhaaaaa

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  3. I am not good at cooking except eating. I have seen China's chefs adding some water while steaming the marinated fishes and they would open the steamer few times to scoop the gravy onto the fishes to make them sweeter and tastier.

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  4. What a delicious home cooked meal! You are a good cook. Who is the 4th person? Aaron, your daughter and you and ?

    I guess everyone enjoyed the good food.

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    1. aha... mysterious person.. hehehe... yes, they enjoyed..

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  5. Poor Andy! Not growing thinner, I hope. He needs someone there with him to cook such nice food too wor... LOL!!!

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  6. Mommy's homecooked food is the best! I like your steamed pomfret, but usually mum will fry it, and I will eat a lot of rice with the fish oil alone, hehe..

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    1. Fry also nice... but I don't have those type of oil...

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  7. Your cooking not bad, if me cooking, no eye see...

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  8. RM 10 per fish is really good price! I know now that I try to buy fish in AEON sometimes >.<

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  9. So, Reana Claire can cook very nice dishes! OK, I'm coming over for dinner LOL!

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  10. wow, really a scrumptious dinner that was!! got two types of fish, chicken, two types of veggie and soup!! wholesome and hahahaha, sure someone who was reading this was drooling a lot huh?? :p

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    1. hehehee.. so torturing for him but I doubt he reads my blog!

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  11. Mum's homcooked food is always the best. Love the fish. Yummsss!!!

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  12. see also already 'lao hau sui'.....homecooked meal is always the best!

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