In this bento: steamed edamame, rice with furikake seasoning (my first time trying furikake and it is so good!), a few carrots, a radish, and a piece of butteryaki salmon with a nori star. This was a smaller bento, but everything was so tasty that I really enjoyed it.
Wednesday, June 15, 2011
Butteryaki Salmon Bento
I have been meaning to make this kind of bento for some time now. I saw the simple recipe for butteryaki salmon on Sheri's site, Happy Little Bento. It is a very simple recipe, and I added a bit of grated fresh ginger when adding the shoyu at the end of the process. I ate this bento at home on a weekend, because my coworkers have real issues with fish at work. I would have eaten this cold, so I wouldn't have made the microwave all fishy with my meal, but still, I thought it best to avoid the wrath of my coworkers. They sure can raise a stink (pun intended)!
Posted by Sonoma Bento at 3:35 PM
Labels: bento, butteryaki, carrots, edamame, furikake, Happy Little Bento, radishes, rice, salmon
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Love it! Haven't had co-workers in awhile but I can imagine the breakroom battles. Enjoy your delicious lunch at home then - their loss! Nice to see your local bento again Michelle, and glad you liked it! ^_^ReplyDelete
the edamame at our super market ran't nice :/they are sour and small :( Yours look so nice :(ReplyDelete
Mm, looks delicious! I love that little star on top, too cute! I can definitely relate to the wrath of coworkers.. but I'd still eat this at work, maybe outside though. : )ReplyDelete
Thank you sheri! They seriously act like I set off a bomb when I bring fish to work. It was super tasty, so thanks for the recipe!ReplyDelete
Hi Cele! I usually get my edamame at either Trader Joe's, my local Asia Mart, or Whole Foods. They sure do make it easy to pack bento lunches.ReplyDelete
Ooo, Chantale! Great idea! Next time I will just take it outside.ReplyDelete