4 Bento and Supper recipes with Hazelnut, Nori seaweed, Soy sauce, and Yogurt made by Boiling and Frying

Fancy tamagoyaki bento

Oh my, this one is both a looker and tastes amazingly! :-) This bento idea is based on the basic tamagoyaki recipe, so feel free to use your favorite ingredients: champignons or chanterelle mushroom, herbs, different kinds of onion, bacon bits, ham shavings etc. Go crazy! :-) It's also a very good side dish!

Tamagoyaki bento

Tamagoyaki is a great and easy to make bento ingredient. It's savory taste goes well with vegetables and diary ingredients, it packs a reasonable amount of protein and will satisfy your hunger for a long time. It's good served warm, as well as cold.

Sweet Mustard Eggs Bento

I got tired of sausages after yesterday's deluxe bento, so today I decided to have some eggs with lunch. I put some sweet mustard over the cooked yolk to have them pack some punch and they were really interesting!

I prepared also hand-made furikake (rice sprinkles) with ingredients I like, which made my rice extra tasty today!

Tamagoyaki, or Japanese omelette

Japanese word tamago means an egg and word yaki usually indicates that it is fried in some kind of way — with this recipe you can make a wonderful Japanese delicacy that not only tastes great, but also is a great way to make a great-looking little dish for your breakfast or bento!

Tamagoyaki has really interesting taste and springy, delicious texture.

Difficulty

Intermediate: 9 steps, 6 minutes
August 02, 2015 by Paul