Strawberry Bento

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I had this bento for dinner yesterday. The strawberries are not perfect, but they still look quite adorable, don't you think? These are quail eggs tinted with beet juice. For the green part, I used the top part of mini peppers and the black dots are from toasted black sesame seeds. I also had blanched asparagus sticks to decorate the rice.

The other box is filled with spicy Korean Fried Chicken topped with toasted sesame seeds and a cherry tomato. I also included some slices of cucumber, a piece of mini pepper, lettuce and a strawberry.



I am not sure what I'll make for today's lunch. I am thinking of something with noodles... But we'll see! Sometimes it's really so hard to think of what to cook, do you have the same problem like me ?

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26 comments:

  1. I love quail eggs turning into strawberries! :-D I missed several posts of your websites the past few days, and I realized I missed your blog! I love coming here, that's all I want to say. :-)

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  2. You always make the best bentos, CG. And those quail egg strawberries are just precious! I'm thinking of making this for my daughter's lunchbox :-).

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  3. @ Nami - Your comments are always highly appreciated :)! Thank you for always being so sweet :).

    @ Foodiva - Thanks, Foodiva :). You should really make a bento lunch for your daughter, I am sure she'd love it - especially because it's made with love by her mum :D)...!!

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  4. The sticky and spicy Korean chicken is one of my favourite dishes in the world! The pink strawberries are beautiful and joyful. They make me think last week I saw white strawberries on the market (costing a fortune). I would have never guessed they were quail eggs.

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  5. Oh my xD ! I loooove strawberries!!! Even if they are actually eggs ;) Looks really wonderful!

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  6. I honestly would eat what you make everyday if I could. The strawberries are stunning!!

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  7. Thanks for visiting my blog. I'm so glad to have found yours, everything is so beautiful, artful and looking delicious. Congratulations!

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  8. I have to disagree, I think the strawberries look wonderful! :D

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  9. The strawberries are so cool! And that chicken looks delicious. Well done. Can't wait to see the noodles :)

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  10. So creative with the strawberries, I would never have thought of that.

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  11. your bentos are outrageous!!! <3

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  12. WOW you always amazing me, I love these strawberries, look delicious!! What patience and love you have! gloria

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  13. cute strawberries! U're really so creative CG! Always have got new, interesting & fun creations! :D
    YES! Me too have the same prob as u! especially when u've got to consider who eat this, who don't, who like that & who don't! OMG! It's really such a headache & challenge for me almost everyday! LOL

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  14. That looks delicious. So cute!

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  15. the strawberries look cute!i would be so happy if somebody makes me this bento. When i dont really know what to cook, i dont cook, i just buy food from outside.

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  16. They are gorgeous! Love the quail eggs!

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  17. Yes! Love this strawberry bento!

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  18. I just want to come over so you can make me lunch! I can't tear myself away from your blog - you are such a great food artist!

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  19. Oh cute!
    I really like the colours(as every time^^) and the composition. The asparagus looks great. A bit like bamboo.

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  20. Thank for visiting my blog! I included you in today's Delicious Links roundup. I'm starting a bento challenge next month with a group of friends and I hope I can make cute bentos like the ones you have here :) Happy Monday!

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  21. looks wonderful and awesome

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  22. So cute! You always do such a wonderful job!

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  23. Hi CG, it looks perfect. Can u show me how to dye the quail eggs

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