leggo my obento! the bento blog


salt broiled calamari
January 9, 2006, 3:45 am
Filed under: Bento, Fish, Rice

this is a pretty salty bento, so i thought i’d throw some mandarin orange slices in to break it up a little bit. the tamagoyaki was made with dashi broth and a little mirin, sake, and soy sauce. It’s not sweet at all, and compliments the saltier items well. also, mixed rice is a good way to add some variety and nutrition to a bento.

his bento
his bento - 01.09.2006
left: mixed rice with shirasu, nori, and sesame seeds; right, clockwise: steamed carrots, broccoli, and potato with mayo, tamagoyaki, salted cabbage, mandarin orange slices, salt broiled calamari; cream puff for dessert

my bento
my bento - 1.09.2006
front, clockwise: salt broiled calamari on salted cabbage, mandarin orange slices, lotus root kimpura, tamagoyaki; back: mixed rice with shirasu, nori, and sesame seeds; doriyaki for dessert


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