Friday, 10 June 2011

Chick-Balls Bento



As promised, here is my husband's bento which I made yesterday, also with chicken karaage. The chick-balls (I call them chick-balls, because they look like cheese balls ;))are made out of mini Kartofellknödel (German potato dumplings).

I used a plastic bento container which I got from Maruyasu. Good that I didn't throw it away, I somehow knew that I would use it for my own bento...;).

That's it for now, I am too tired to write more... Till next time...:)!



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25 comments:

  1. Cute as! The little daisies with the asparagus look fantastic!

    Ciao
    Alessandra

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  2. I love your chiks balls look amazing! and so cute, x gloria

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  3. I've said this before, but your husband is so lucky! ;-) What a cute bento box!

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  4. Hi CG! You sounded very tired. :(
    Tks so much for sparing a little of your precious beauty sleep time to post this 'Chick-balls Bento Post' and as always, the chick-balls are so cute! Lovely mini flowers too! :)
    Nitez and sweet dreamz.. ^.^

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  5. Love the little chicks, the whole meal looks so delicious. I bet if I made my picky teen's meals into bento, she'd eat more!

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  6. An adorable and colorful platter :)

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  7. Looks delicious & cute.Love it.

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  8. Adorable little chicks! I rather want to buy this than Maruyasu's bento! Rest well CG! :-)

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  9. As always, your bentos are always so awesome and visually tempting! Makes one want to rush to a Japanese store to have a bento immediately, but realized that hey, these bentos are not as pretty as the ones I saw in this blog..and then back to earth. If only they make bentos like these over here:D
    Oh, do get a good rest, you sounded really really tired! Take care:)

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  10. Looks mouth watering...I love the look of the chicken karaage, going to still the recipe too:D

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  12. Hi CG..u know what..i showed my sis your blog..and she was full of praises! Now inspired to make some bentos for her daughter and nephew when they are a bit older!

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  13. I love the arrangement it's so lovely.=)

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  14. My mouth is watering, this looks so tempting.

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  15. Aaahhh.... I want your chicken karaage! It looks so crispy, yummy, and tastay :D~~~~~. The chicks are also kawaii ^^

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  16. masih bento juga ya ? hahahaa kirain uda bikin bacang Sin !
    cobain donk kamu bikin bacang , bisa nemu daun bambu ga disana ? susah ya ?
    apa pake dau pisang aja ? hehhee
    ini tantangan dr aku Sin biin bacang yah .
    btw chicken bento nya tetep cakep koq menggiurkan , kalo dikasih aku jg pasti mauuu

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  17. That is both delicious and adorable looking 

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  18. How cute! The yellow chicks brightened my morning!

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  19. You never run out our idea, I love those yellow chicks, hoping to try those german dumplings someday!

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  20. I wanna steal one of those chick balls! So cute!

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  21. Without your imagination no one would ever guess German potato dumplings are so useful for bento making :-)

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  22. i'm sure those japanese fried chicken taste delicious! they look so cute!

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