Here we have stir-fried julienned carrots with chicken, julienned potatoes, purple cabbage and stir-fried palm vegetable (forgot the name).
This kind of food goes down nicely with rice.
And there's no reason to not indulge because it's mostly all healthy. That's probably why we never got fat when we grew up.
The next day we made some dumplings. Now just to let you know our family is a bit of a dumpling snob, because we used to make it every Sunday (when most families hit the diner to McD's for their Sunday brunch).
We like our dumplings handmade, from the dough to the innards, using nothing but the finest ingredients. This one is made with seafood, eggs and dill.
I still haven't learned how to make the dough from scratch, probably because I don't know how to use the rolling pin ><
The next day we had some simple leftovers. The one on the top right is called 8-treasure rice, a mixture of glutinous rice with cranberries and dates.
Then one of the weekends Hubby made this crockpot chicken with a pre-mixed Moroccan chicken mix. It was surprisingly pretty but, albeit a little greasy.
Just a side note: make sure you have enough people to finish the chicken, because we made one pot and couldn't finish it until a week later.