Moo-Cow Onigiri Bento

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The two little cows are made out of goat cheese, the spots and eyes of nori, the horns of gouda cheese and the nose of deli meat. You can also see two flower sausages, blanched asparagus, nori tamagoyaki and three fried panko coated shrimps.



The left box is filled with stir-fried water spinach with shrimps and quail eggs, blanched asparagus, two pieces of heart-shaped pasta, one piece of deli-meat flower, one piece of mini pepper, lettuce and a few pieces of strawberries.


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26 comments:

  1. Cuto bento! I like the adult ones for sure, but I'm a sucker for little animal food! I love the heart shaped pasta as well :)

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  2. Love this bento, the caws look adorables and cute! gloria

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  3. me encantan las vaquitas ,me gusta la pasta en forma de corazón,todo se ve alegre.cariños y abrazos,buen fin de semana.

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  4. Moo Cow Bento looks wonderfully prepared. Your imagination is truly vivid in creating such beautiful and tasty looking recipes.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  5. Adorable! I'll be first in queue to buy your bento book when it's out ;-)

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  6. so cute!! You are totally inspiring me to make a bento :D

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  7. Unas composiciones como siempre preciosas.

    Saludos

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  8. hi,u hv a nice blog here~

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  9. @ Everyone - Thank you for your sweet comments :)

    @ Parsley Sage - I know what you mean :), I like adult bentos too, but I am totally a sucker for cute food ;).

    @ Maria - You're just too kind...! I wish I could write a bento book, that's be so exciting, but I don't really know where or how to start ;).

    @ Jen - DO try and make one, it's such an enjoyable experience, I've not looked back since the first time I made my first bento, Jen :)!

    @ Jihyeon - Thank you, Jihyeon, you have a beautiful blog with very yummy recipes too :D)!

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  10. It looks adorable :o) The photos are so pretty too!

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  11. I am immensely intrigued by the heart shaped pasta(?) in the left box... so lacy and pretty!

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  12. @ Shierly - I was very happy too when I found the pasta in an aisle somewhere of the bigger supermarket I visited :).

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  13. I see... the heart shape was pasta (thanks for answering my facebook comment)! Lovely bento as always.

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  14. I love the moo-cow onigiri!

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  15. Adorable! Where did you get the heart shaped pasta from?

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  16. @ Xinmei - I got it in Kaufhof (a German shopping mall) :).

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  17. I love EVERYTHING in your bento box! How do u make so nice deli-meat flower? Love the way u cut the shape(♥) of that two flower sausages! :D

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  18. @ Lyn - Thank you :). The deli meat flower is actually super easy to make...I have to remind myself to write the tutorial next time...!!

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  19. Ok tks! Actually I did tried doing this b4 but mine is like kinda 'loose' and the shape is not asnice as yours! :(
    I'll be staying tune for your tutorial! Have a great day! :D

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  20. To cute to be eaten! :) Lovely presentation!

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  21. aaw, this is also lovely especially the cows and the heart shaped pasta!

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  22. Your bentos are wonderful, I specially love the colors of this one, well done !

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  23. Ooh right, that's pretty far away for me to go, but if I ever visit Germany I'll try and visit malls like that! :)

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