I decided to do something a little different since I had some ground chicken. I made a rice burger! It was really good. I didn't have a bento box to really fit it in so I used my smallest bento and just packed sides that I could munch on. Anyway this bento contains:
Rice Burger: Teriyaki Chicken Patty, Rice and Green Onion "Bun", Nori
For my first full week at work I decided that I wanted to make it a little special. I decided to take Ochikeron's Rilakkuma Omurice Tutorial, [link] and change it around for my lunch. Omurice is one of my favorite bento lunches and this one was no exception. I LOVED it! This bento Contains:
Top Layer: Rilakkuma - Ketchup Rice (Rice, Onion, Chicken, Ketchup), Omelete Blanket, Swiss Cheese Mouth & Ears, Nori Details
Bottom Layer: Teriyaki Shrimp Stir Fry - Zucchini, Carrot, Daikon, Sesame Corn with Bacon and Cilantro
This was completely delicious and if you don't know Ochikeron you should totally check her out! She's amazing and one of my favorite Youtube food gurus!
I made some fried rice! So that's what I had for lunch, instead of eating it at Uni though I had two classes cancel so I was able to eat it at home, which means I could warm it up! Anyway this bento contains:
This was taken a while back, just forgot about it XD The yellow flowers and slices are eggs. There's my favorite riceballs, pickle plum, spicy fish and some sort of kimchi (can't remember which kind). I had used a new technique making those eggs. Dunno if any of y'all ever seen it, but I used those plastic shells that you crack the eggs into and boil to make boiled eggs without having to ruin the eggs by trying to break them out of the shells. Instead of putting eggs directly in there, I whisked the eggs and added my seasonings and then poured them in there. It produced a spongy like consistency and was much more tastier granted some of the seasonings when to the bottom, but it's almost decorative