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BENTO BOX – Teriyaki Salmon
Prep Time
10 mins
Total Time
10 mins
 

Teriyaki Salmon Bento consists of cooked rice, teriyaki salmon and a few small side dishes. Traditionally bento is meant to be eaten at room temperature without re-heating. It is surprising that cold Salmon Teriyaki is quite yummy without reheating. It is not fishy at all. Today’s bento box is a traditional wooden bento box called ‘Magewappa’. Please read the blog for more details.

Because bento is usually made mostly from the left-over dishes or make-ahead dishes, the time indicated in this recipe only shows the time to pack the bento box.

Recipe Type: Main
Cuisine: Japanese
Keyword: bento, bento box, Teriyaki Salmon
Serves: 1
Author: Yumiko
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. While the rice is still hot or warm, place it in the largest compartment of the bento box and let it cool.

  2. Put green bean goma-ae in a foil cupcake liner and place in the corner of the rice compartment.
  3. In one of the empty compartments, place Teriyaki Salmon pieces, then radish pieces to fill the space in the corner.
  4. In the other empty compartment, place Dashimaki Tamago slices, almost vertically to allow space to place Hijiki Seaweed Salad.

  5. Put Hijiki Seaweed Salad in a foil cupcake liner and place it next to the egg.
Recipe Notes

1. It is best to pack cooked rice in a bento box while hot or warm as it is easier to shape the rice into the bento box.

2. Please use the recipe Chrysanthemum Leaves Goma-ae  and use blanched green beans cut to 4cm/1½” long instead of chrysanthemum leaves.

3. Instead of small pieces of thin salmon, you could cook a salmon fillet per the recipe and cut into a small portion for this bento.

4. I wanted fresh vegetables in red colour. You could use mini tomatoes as an alternative. Instead of vegetables, you could add a small piece of fruit.

5. The amount of Dashimaki Tamago is equivalent to 1 egg. Instead of Dashimaki Tamago, boiled egg or scrambled eggs can be used if you like.

6. When I have two different foods that can easily integrate if placed next each other (e.g. one item is saucy), I often put one of them in a small foil cupcake liner (goma-ae in this case).

Instead of a cupcake liner, you can also use a small sheet of aluminium foil to separate two items.