Wednesday, 13 March 2013

Week 70

This "tool box" is filled with Japanese soba noodles in the top left cubicle accompanied by a little bottle of dressing (1 part mirin, 1 part sesame oil, 1 part light soy sauce, 1 part white wine vinegar). The right top cubicle contains strips of dried seaweed as used in making sushi. 

The bottom containers are filled with Japanese furikake (Kameya original), slightly cooked onion rings, well cooked eggs, eggs topped on a bed of home made wasabi paste and dried onion rings.

Liz has a magnetic board at home that functions very well as  nut preservative. The different boxes are also magnetic so it is a very handy way of storing and selecting healthy snacks in a kitchen!

Liz made bento at her work!
The Indonesian influence in the Dutch kitchen is very evident. This is a very tasty example. Saté with sweet and sour cucumber, rice and hard boiled egg.


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