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Bento Lunch Box <br> Blue or Pink Lunch Box
Bento Lunch Box <br> Blue or Pink Lunch Box
Bento Lunch Box <br> Blue or Pink Lunch Box
Bento Lunch Box <br> Blue or Pink Lunch Box
Bento Lunch Box <br> Blue or Pink Lunch Box
Bento Lunch Box <br> Blue or Pink Lunch Box
Bento Lunch Box <br> Blue or Pink Lunch Box
Bento Lunch Box <br> Blue or Pink Lunch Box
Bento Lunch Box <br> Blue or Pink Lunch Box
Bento Lunch Box <br> Blue or Pink Lunch Box

Bento Lunch Box
Blue or Pink Lunch Box

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  • A classy Bento Lunch Box!

    Everybody wants to have one. As it is very convenient and easy transportable with its own bag, it will seduce you!

    Collection Bento Lunch Boxes

    Features

    • Suitable Occasion: Kitchen And Home,Picnic,School
    • Style: Japanese
    • Shape: Rectangle
    • Material: Plastic
    • Leak-Proof Bento Box
    • Food Container With Compartment
    • Plastic Food Container
    • Lunch Box For Kids School
    • Microwavable
    • Eco-Friendly
    • With Bags
    • With Spoons or Chopsticks
    • Pink or Blue
    • Capacity: 1200ml
    • Applicable People: Kids,Children,Adults

    What can I put in my Bento Lunch Box?

    Do yourself a favor and pick from our list of ingredients, respecting the proportions, to compose your best bento recipe.

    30% of proteins

    • Meat: small ham rolls, dried meat, mini terrine sandwiches, slices of cold roast, cubes of chicken breast...
    • Fish: grilled fish such as salmon, mackerel or sardines, surimi sticks, shrimps...
    • Cheese: cottage cheese with herbs, portion of fresh cheese, slice of cheese by the slice...
    • Hard-boiled chicken or quail eggs cut in half or crumbled

    40% cereals

    • Rice is widely used in the composition of onigiri, rice balls filled with fish and wrapped in nori seaweed. Its high starch content stabilizes blood sugar and prevents hunger;
    • Pasta: choose any shape, even colored with vegetable juice for a touch of fun
    • Semolina can be cooked with poppy or sesame seeds, dried fruit or spices
    • Small spelt, quinoa and buckwheat can be used to vary the textures and flavors
    • Potatoes can be prepared in salads or reheated, presented in cubes, slices, mashed potatoes...
    • Pulses, often overlooked but so beneficial to health: lentils, chickpeas, kidney beans...

    20% fresh vegetables

    Cubes, slices, strips, sticks, purees, sliced or grated, vegetables offer us a thousand possibilities. Short on ideas? Here are a few, ideal for adding color to your bento:

    • Zucchini spaghetti
    • Carrot sticks
    • Sliced red cabbage
    • Slices of green, red or orange peppers
    • A piece of grated black radish
    • Cherry tomatoes of different kinds
    • Slices of cooked red beet, cut with a cookie cutter
    • Slices of black olives
    • Avocado flesh puree, properly seasoned...

    After selecting an ingredient from each category, add a fresh fruit, a compote, or even a mini fruit salad, and your bento is ready. Don't hesitate to indulge yourself by adding spices and herbs, which will allow you to vary the flavors even more: a touch of cream with curry, some roasted sesame seeds, crushed peanuts or almonds, or a pinch of Espelette pepper can wake up a rather dull bento.

    As you can see, the idea of the bento recipe is to obtain a healthy, tasty, appetizing and easy to eat meal. With a little organization, you can even make your bento recipes for the week. Quick to prepare, the ingredients can be combined endlessly, offering a wide variety of recipes. This Japanese lunch box has definitely not finished making fans! Just don't forget your bento in the fridge when you leave for work, or you'll be stuck dreaming about it all day long!