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My Happy Meals During FMCO Monday

WHAT'S SERVING TODAY...

"Tumpang" my neighbour to buy back two avocados, one ripe and one still green, they cost RM5.50 each.  This time I did not make guacamole, since it was so fresh unlike the other day, I just sliced them and eat with a soft boiled egg.  Mashed the egg up and added in Kewpie roasted sesame sauce and two drops of soy sauce and eaten with two slices of bread.  Yes, two slices of bread with a soft boiled egg is truly very filling..... 
See the Smuckers sugar free jam?
I did not like the taste... 
Too sugar free for me, not the sweetness I am used to taking...
Gave half the bottle to my neighbour to help me finish that...
LOL... 
One whole egg and avocado...
Two pieces of bread with the this spread
Can last me 3-4 hours without food.... 
I ordered lunch set and boiled watercress soup to go with my meal... 

My lady caterer delivered this set.... 
With fish, vege and an egg...
RM9 only!
A very good deal, right?
Love the Sambal Fish....
It has been a long while since I have eaten this!

Comments

  1. Yes, two slices is filling. These days I would just have one. What bread is that? Does not look like plain white. Is it wholemeal?

    Oooooooo...that fish!!! I super-duper like but the ladies in the house do not fancy it. That is why I may have it at the Malay nasi campur places outside only, will not buy home to cook and enjoy. So sad.

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    1. That bread is Massimo... green color on top of plastic.... wheat bread I think...

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  2. You sound so cheerful and delighted that you even have Happy Meals during this depressing time. Good for you!

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  3. Your lady caterer is so very good! The fish meal is so worth it. Your egg and avocado is super powerful breakfast! Very nutritious!

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  4. It is also good to mash up the avacado on a piece of toast, and drizzle with some olive oil.

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  5. I super love that fish. Good deal.

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  6. I love avocado with eggs! Your rice with ikan cencaru is droolworthy!

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