Monday, 26 September 2011

Korean Fried Chicken Bento



This is another bento which I made yesterday. The front bento box contains rice sprinkled with roasted nori and sesame seeds, parsley, carrot and cucumber sticks, radish and rolled ham with chesse/carrot/cucumber.

The other bento box is filled with Korean fried chicken and store-bought fried potato and shrimps rolled with noodles.









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15 comments:

  1. wow..looks super delicious...very beautiful clicks..

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  2. Aku mauuuuu.......bikinin dongggg....(loh??) hahahaha. Cakep deh sin bento nya. Masak2 resep baru dong say....hihihi biar daku bisa nyontek :).

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  3. Oh Yum! This looks incredibly delicious!

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  4. Lovely Bento!!! huggs! gloria

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  5. mhhh nice Bento, i will take it with me to my work now :-) very tasty

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  6. Hihi, I’m Back From Finland, Arriving With Mr Angry Bird!

    It's really nice to be greeted by Asian food after spending days in Helsinki. Thks for sharing the clip too!

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  7. I don't eat chicken but I love toasted nori with sesame seeds :-)

    ciao
    Alessandra

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  8. Your Bentos look so tempting and cute...once again you have hit the mark!!

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  9. Your Korean fried chicken looks so delicious! I must try cooking it some day! ;D
    That store-bought fried potato and shrimps are really nice. I bought once and both my gals love it! ;)

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  10. everything looks great! that store bought potato and shrimps rolls with noodles look special, never seen anything like this..

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  11. These fried chicken must be SO good! Although I love hot fried chicken just out of the deep frier, I also love cold fried chicken in bento. :-) Looks delicious CG!!

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  12. It's been ages I haven't made the Korean fried chicken! I love the way you wrapped your shrimps! They look like out-of-space animals ;-)

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  13. Your website is amazing! You are certainly very talented! Thanks for the tip for Yum Cha in FFM. I am from Australia and have been "craving" Yum Cha for ages! I am trying them out for lunch today!

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