Morning prep time: 3 minutes. Today we went to an event where there was Mexican food for everyone, but I’ve found it’s wise to bring along a snack bento for Bug just in case the food is either late or too spicy for him. On occasions where I didn’t bring something along I’ve sometimes been very sorry. So I packed a 260ml snack container with some leftover broccoli salad some friends had brought over, cherry tomatoes, and homemade Indian masala-spiced potato salad with yogurt, cilantro, fresh mint, mango powder, cumin, and apple & rice vinegar.
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May 3rd, 2007 | Categories: bento, for kids, glutenfree, potatoes, vegetarian | Print This Post | Email this post