Beauty in a box. Everyone probably knows about sushi. Have you heard of Japanese bento?? Bento literally translates to "food in a box". It's an indigenous Japanese tradition associated with cooking, serving, and eating. A kind of "dry rations", consisting of rice, meat or fish, and vegetables, fruits, placed in a special box that the Japanese take with them on any event - whether it is work, business trip, school, or an excursion on the day off. Bento can be made at home or bought in a special store. There is always an element of creativity, love and care for your family in the preparation of homemade bento. In addition to all of the above, it should be noted that obento plays a very important role in everyday Japanese culture. The art of choosing and serving bento ingredients is one of the signs of a good wife/mother, and also a way to show your love and care for your dearest people. There are about a thousand kinds of bento. In this recipe, we'll look at making a karabin - a bento made in the shape of little people or animals. And also, you will see some ideas for your own, unique bento.
Ingredients and taste: Salt, Sugar, Sausage, Vinegar, Rice, Carrots, Cucumber, Vegetable, Cabbage, Lettuce, Bell peppers, Vegetables, Olives, Beans, Fresh, Corn, Quail Egg, Leaves, Dish Garnish, Vegetable Garnish
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