Bento includes over 70 quick, easy, and delicious box lunch ideas for your family.
From the creators of the website Japanese Cooking 101, Bento (a newly reformatted edition of Simply Bento) is a complete collection of over 70 delicious and healthy box lunch ideas for everyone in the family. Ready to make lunch quick, easy, and tasty? Japanese bento boxes are single-portion packed lunches, perfect for anyone looking to save money and eat a balanced, satisfying meal for lunch every single day.
Bento features over 140 healthy and delicious recipes-including mains and sides-that you can make every day of the week and mix and match using a combination of traditional and nontraditional ingredients. Learn about different types of bento boxes and accessories, how to assemble your box, and everyday items you will need in your pantry, as well as how to plan ahead so that your morning prep is a breeze.
Bento shows you the finer points of bento-making, and there is something for everyone:
• Classic Japanese Bento
• Sandwich Bento
• Sushi and Onigiri Bento
• Noodle Bento
• Popular Japanese Bento
• 10-Minute Bento
• Rice and Grain Bowl Bento
• Low-Carb Bento
• Vegan Bento
• Bento for Special Occasions (including for the first day of school and Halloween!)
• Bento at Home
So, if you're in the mood for Chicken Teriyaki, Ramen, Shrimp Avocado Pasta Salad, Cauliflower Fried Rice, Falafel, Sweet and Sour Meatballs, Tempura, or Chicken Nuggets (for the kids), Bento has the recipes-plus much more!
Yuko launched japanesecooking101.com with Noriko in 2012 to show the world how to make fresh, simple, and tasty Japanese meals that can be prepared at home by everyone. Yuko grew up in Japan watching her mother and grandmother prepare food at home. Today she creates recipes based on those memories, as well as her own years of experience cooking at home for her own family. She lives in San Diego, California.
Noriko launched japanesecooking101.com with Yuko in 2012 to show the world how to make fresh, simple, and tasty Japanese meals that can be prepared at home by everyone. Noriko is a professionally trained pastry chef who grew up in Japan watching her mother and grandmother prepare food at home. Today she creates recipes based on those memories as well as her own years of experience cooking at home for her own family. She lives in San Diego, California.
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