Salmon flake Bento Box. How to make a salmon bento box? Well today we're going to tell you just that ;p == INGREDIENTS == – Sushi rice (flavoured). You can make it yourself for less than Salmon (sake) flakes or furikake.
In this case, put the roasted salty salmon and then pack rolled omelett in the box. Sanshoku Bento is very similar to Soboro Bento which I had previously shared on Just One Cookbook. The bento includes ground chicken seasoned with the slightly sweet soy sauce flavor, served on top of steamed rice with scrambled egg. You can cook Salmon flake Bento Box using 7 ingredients and 10 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Salmon flake Bento Box
- You need of Salmon.
- Prepare of Natural salt.
- It’s of Ground toasted sesame.
- It’s of Rice.
- It’s of Dashimaki rolled egg.
- Prepare of Edamame.
- It’s of Tomato.
The only difference here is I have also included flaked salmon. Serve in a bento box with jasmine rice and salad leaves. Here you'll find our favourite collection of delicious and healthy Japanese Bento Box ideas, authentic Japanese Bentos, and Japanese lunch recipes. I like the use of shiso leaf under the salmon, and the cupcake cups to store little dishes.
Salmon flake Bento Box step by step
- Take out salmon, if it's wet, wipe with kitchen paper.
- Sprinkle salt on both side of salmon.
- Keep salmon in ziplock or container over night in fridge.
- Grill in oven or oven toaster till cooked (about 10-15 min).
- Take salmon skin off, flake them with chopsticks or fork..
- Add ground roasted sesame (also salt if needed).
- Add salmon flake and additional sesame on rice and mix.
- Boil edamame.
- Make Dashimaki egg.
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