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Posted on Aug 8, 2006 in Bento, Eggs, Fish or Seafood, For Kids, Gluten Free, Lactose Free, Onigiri or Sushi, Rice | 2 comments

Dashimaki tamago x 3 bentos

Dashimaki tamago x 3 bentos

The shrimp dictated how the bento got packed — they were too long to go in vertically, so…

Fried shrimp nori lunch お弁当

Today my husband gets fried shrimp with tonkatsu sauce, dashimaki tamago (tamagoyaki with lots of dashi: full tutorial here), Korean sauteed garlic stalks and red bell pepper, mango, cherry tomatoes, and jasmine tea-flavored rice with nori furikake and a sheet of Korean toasted/flavored nori. X-posted to my blog and Flikr.

Dashimaki tamago: mother and son lunches お弁当

My rice is mixed with shiso furikake, and my son’s rice is mixed with nori furikake and shaped into puchi onigiri.

Egg & onigiri lunch for toddler

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  1. The fried shrimp looks so yummy, and your tamagoyaki came out great! I like how you have arranged the boxes, looks fantastic :)

  2. Thanks! The shrimp was actually frozen (and already breaded) — I got it from a Korean market. Just gave it a quick fry in the morning and ready to go! The tamagoyaki came from lots of experience, though.