Tuesday, 21 January 2020

Two Kilos, Four Hours, Three Canisters


Arrghhh...so tired...so tired....wahahaha! I never learn. Itchy fingers. Suddenly semangat berkobar-kobar sempena Chinese New Year.

I went grocery shopping. Saw ngaku. Surprisingly the ngaku section was so small, unlike in previous years. Even more surprising, there were no aunties (or the occasional uncles) fighting over the ngaku. Why ah?


So buy lah. Choose, choose, choose, ended up 2kg. My whole Sunday afternoon koyak hah..hah..hah...

Wash, peel, slice, fry, fry, fry.


I am a slow worker.


2kg also wanna die. Small Kucing's mum fried 10kg no sweat.


In the end, I finished my job and ended up with three canisters of crispy fried ngaku chips. Until next year....

20 comments:

  1. I did not frying anything this year. The kost I would fry keropok and cashew nuts. But nothing this year. Too lazy. Lol.

    You are so hardworking. And yes, Small Kucing's mama even more hardworking. I salute her!

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    1. LOL! I have no more energy like before!

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  2. Only three/ My missus spent hours frying the keropok, gone in no time at all. LOL!!!

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  3. 2 kilos, 4 hours, 3 cannisters, 30 mins finished eating all 3 cannisters, hehehe! :D yummy! Are you aiming to eat them slowly? 3 keropok ngaku at a time to make the 3 cannisters last longer?

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    1. hee..hee.. will finish very fast! Those are not for me, I tasted only one piece (I know, hard to believe).

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  4. wah...I salute u....doin everyting solo...
    I just helped to sliced, the frying was done by mum. And yet we didn't fry much, just 1 kg. And that was last Saturday. Not planning to fry anymore since it is tedious.

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    1. Such a hassle right? That's why lah they selling so expensive.

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  5. Well, you did it! This year, I cut down the amount to almost half. I think I only fried about 6 kilos and next year I am going to reduce further. Ha ha ha getting lazier.

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  6. This year I fried nothing...not even my favourite prawn crackers! Luckily you don't make a living like a hawker selling CNY goodies...imagine your profit from 3 cans after 4 hours...hahaha! >_<

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    1. At the rate I work, I have to tutup shop! hah..hah...

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  7. waaah ... those three containers of delicious ngaku chips look ready for sale! hint, hint! :D

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    1. Your hints have fallen on deaf ears wahahaha!!

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  8. We do not have the tradition of frying keropok or chips hee hee

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    1. That is good, all that frying, so much oil!

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  9. I wonder how long it will take to eat them compared to the time took to prepare them ;-)

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  10. I did nothing this year except spring and and tidying up my WHOLE HOUSE! Exhausted but the satisfaction is priceless and hopefully the house condition can maintain longer, hehe ~>_<~

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