Tuesday, 3 August 2021

Sunday Food Prep : No Time To Talk

Now that I am back to work, I have started food prepping again. So last Sunday it was busy, busy, busy. 

Not only was I food prepping for the week ahead, I was also cooking a little something for lunch.


I fried sweet potato leaves with sambal and dried prawns.


This was for lunch.


I defrosted these lamb chops that have been in the freezer for quite some time.



Simply seasoned with salt and pepper and pan fried.


They turned out all right except they were a bit gamey  as lamb always is.


So this was lunch - the fried sweet potato leaves, lamb chop and (frozen) mee goreng.


Funny combination but it was nice all the same. There were extras for dinner.


After lunch I roasted these chicken chops (got these from the TTDI market deboned). 


I threw in some capsicum when roasting the chicken.


This is what I am having for lunch this week.


Oh, I also boiled a big pot of soup for my weekday dinner.


OK, gotta go!

32 comments:

  1. Sweet potato leaves, roasted chicken chop, lamb chops, meatballs in the soup!!! Oooo...what a feast! I'm drooling away!!!

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    1. You're not eating out, give those ailing eateries a little boost, all so pathetic, dying already? So kesian!

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    2. I will tapau at least once or twice a week to give my support to the eateries and also to give myself a break from my own cooking hee...hee...

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  2. The sweet potatoes leaves sure looks good! Been ages since I had it.

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    1. I had not had it in a long, long time too and enjoyed it to the max!

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  3. I miss eating sweet potato leaves with sambal at one of the Chinese restaurant. And I want that soup with so many meatballs.

    So yesterday was the first day you are back to office?

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    1. In one of PH previous post, she mentioned she already went back to the office to work on Saturday 31 July 2021. I guess you miss reading that post.

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    2. But then I did see your comment on her Saturday post so it could mean you are very busy until you cannot remember what you have read. No worries, stay safe! Sg cases are around one hundred I read online.

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    3. Libby : Monday was considered my official first day of work but as Mun pointed out, I started on Saturday to put everything in place so that Monday won't be so stressful.

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    5. PH: thanks for your reply phong hong.

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  4. Wah! You are so hardworking at office now and still busy goreng inside your kitchen! Everything you ate, I like.

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    1. I have quite a bit of meat in my freezer, so I try to clear it off. I overstocked! LOL!

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  5. I also like to pan fried the lamb shoulders just like that.

    Sweet potatoes stir fried with garlic is just nice too.

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    1. I enjoyed the sweet potato leaves so much that I will cook again. Perhaps will do as you said, plain with just garlic and salt.

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  6. Wah,I see you are on a roll now, back to full cooking and food prep. So very busy. Thanks for sparing a bit of time to say hi to us here. The lamb I found out, if u cut out all the lamb fatty bits and only eat the lamb lean meat, it will taste very less gamey. Enjoy your busy days! Busy means got $$$ so is all good, right?

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    1. I don't think I will buy lamb chops again hah..hah..hah..

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  7. I also thought your lunch was a funny combination...it's like 'muhibbah' on a plate! ;) I love everything you prepped...from the sambal fried potato leaves to the roasted chicken + vegetable salad to meatball soup. I can certainly eat a heap of that! ^_~

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    1. hee..hee.. it's much like what we would pick out at a buffet, a bit of this and a bit of that. I must say that I enjoyed the food that I prepped!

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  8. ur lunch platter has a funny combination but i like!

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  9. I would like to eat that roasted chicken chop freshly from the oven, to enjoy the crispy skin. :P

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    1. Fresh from the oven is always the best!

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  10. That roasted chicken looks so good. I can imagine the crispy skin. yummmm!

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  11. I like your lunch combination and I am feeling hungry now. Yesterday I cleared my sweet potato leaves patch and will be growing a new batch again. I avoid cooking lamb chop because I tend to overcook it. Your roasted chicken chop and soup look beautiful and delicious.

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    1. I thought of planting the sweet potato leaves and I think I shall attempt it. It would be nice to harvest fresh sweet potato leaves from my garden as I love this vegetable very much.

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  12. Hi PH! Seems you have been very hardworking, not only in office but cooking too! I on the other hand, have been so lazy, have been a potato couch since after my second vaccination... hahahaa...

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    1. hah.hah..Don't know how long I will be hardworking! I wish I can be a couch potato and lepak2 at home some more. But cannot lah. Need money. LOL!

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  13. Love the look of those greens but I have a guilty confession - I've been eating mostly vegan recently but the sight of that chicken has given me a craving. I guess it's all about balance in the end.

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    1. Ah, I have been wanting to try vegan dishes that I see on your site (since they look rather delicious and is good for health) but I have yet to do so. That is my guilty confession! LOL!

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