Friday, 9 June 2017

My Happy Meal in a Happy Bowl


Do you ever wonder what I do with the food I cook and post on the blog? Of course, obviously I eat the dishes.

After all the photos are taken and the mountains of pots and pans are washed, I make myself a happy bowl.


This was from last weekend.


Tempeh. Yum!


Fried kangkung. Not worthy of a post. Poor vege.


Sambal potatoes. A dollop of Sambal Totok. No rice required.


That's my happy weekend bowl. My stomach was very happy that evening.

36 comments:

  1. Ya, we're not so into kangkong these days or at least, we'd go for the leaves, get rid of all the stalks. Sweet potato leaves would be a nice substitute.

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    1. I happen to love kangkong. Just stir fry with garlic and salt good enough for me. And I make sure not to order at the restaurant because so expensive hah..hah..

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  2. If I were staying nearby, I sure take order from u and no need to think what to eat everyday...

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  3. Oh, I dive straight in after taking photos...eat it while it's still hot (washing can wait later). And since I usually cook only one dish for my blog, there's no assembling to be done...haha! ;D

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    1. hah..hah.. I usually steal a few bites first and then take photos and play with the food :D

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  4. Delicious looking bowl of food! :) My husband always piles all the dishes I cook into one bowl before he eats also.

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  5. Really a Happy Bowl! I think they all go well together with or without rice.

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  6. Yummy bowl. Everything in a bowl.

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  7. Aiyor! When I see kangkung, I am not so happy la. This vegetable often caused me indigestion and I always screamed when I saw how expensive some restaurants charged for this dish. The other food in your bowl looks happy to me.

    #KangkungPhobia

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    1. You think only turtles eat kangkung is it? hee..hee.. This auntie loves kangkung. Just fry with garlic and salt, kautim!

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  8. I love tempeh but I have not cook it before, used to eat them in the canteen last time when I was working.. By the way, I just cook kangkung yesterday.. cooked with dried prawns and cilipadi! Spicy hot!

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    1. Wah so delicious the kangkung cooked like that!

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  9. I like your happy bowl. It will also makes me happy! Have a beautiful day!

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    1. Thank you, Nancy! Too many happy bowls can make one fat wahahaha!!

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  10. Except for tempeh, I will definitely dig all clean from your yummy happy bowl ... hee..hee!

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  11. Happy Bowls! That could be the name of your future cafe :)

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    1. Oohh!! hah..hah... That's a nice thought :)

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  12. I think I saw the Tempeh at Malay stalls before, if I am not mistaken, I don't think I will like it but I love potato and kang kung

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  13. Cooking just for making puctures would have no sense, wouldn't it?😀

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  14. Really happy bowl without nasi, I think it's a complete dishes, ada sayur, ada protein, ada karbo..right??

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  15. sedap nampak walaupun tanpa nasi. boleh jadi menu diet

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  16. I love kangkung! Your bowl of happy meal will definitely makes me happy :)

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  17. I'll be a happy girl too if I can savour your bowl of food ^__^

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  18. Hihi.... your stomatch happy, I pun happy LL hihi...
    Tapi u ni rajinlah LL, masak banyak jenis mcm tu....
    Kalau I, I happy bab makan je, kena masak terus down haha...

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    1. hah..hah..LL tak selalu macam tu. Kadang2 aje mood rajin datang :)

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