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Bento Fillers Recipe

Bento Fillers Recipe
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Ingredients: Bento Fillers

How to Make Bento Fillers

If you have prepared the ingredients needed, now time to start cooking. There are 49 steps you must follow to make Bento Fillers in your home by yourself.

    Step 1
  • [Okra rolled in ham:] Rinse the okra, sprinkle with salt, wrap in plastic wrap, then microwave for 15-20 seconds. Cut off the stem, diagonally slice in half, roll in ham, then secure with a toothpick. Serve with mayonnaise for dipping.
  • Step 2
  • [Edamame and cheese:] Combine cubed processed cheese, boiled and shelled edamame, mayonnaise, and black pepper and toss together.
  • Step 3
  • [Okra tossed with bonito flakes:] Rinse the okra, sprinkle with salt, wrap in plastic wrap, then microwave for 15-20 seconds. Cut off the stem, diagonally slice in thirds, then toss with bonito flakes and shiro-dashi (or a small amount of soy sauce).
  • Step 4
  • [Cucumbers tossed with yukari and chirimen-jako:] Thinly slice the cucumbers and rub in salt, mince the yukari (salted and dried red shiso leaves) that are pickled with umeboshi, and toss with chirimen-jako, toasted sesame seeds (black or white) and a few drops of soy sauce.
  • Step 5
  • [Aonori seaweed egg crepe:] Sprinkle aonori on an omelette. Rather than cooking the omelette with the aonori mixed into the batter, this maintains the color and flavor of the aonori.
  • Step 6
  • [Chicken tenders and wakame seaweed tossed in mustard:] Season the chicken tenders with salt and sake, wrap in plastic wrap and microwave. Once cool to the touch, shred, and toss with wakame, Japanese mustard, and shiro dashi.
  • Step 7
  • [Chicken and watercress salad:] Thinly slice the chicken thigh and cut it into small pieces, then season with a pinch of salt. Combine in a frying pan with oyster sauce and mayonnaise until shiny. Once it cools, toss with finely chopped watercress.
  • Step 8
  • [Yakiniku-style chikuwa:] Simmer diagonally sliced chikuwa in a frying pan with yakiniku sauce (store-bought). Sprinkle on sesame seeds, then it's ready. It will become too salty if you simmer it too long, so be careful.
  • Step 9
  • [Maitake and daikon with sesame dressing:] Place shredded maitake mushrooms seasoned with a pinch of salt and sake in a heat-resistant dish, cover in plastic wrap, then microwave until tender. Drain excess liquid, then toss with shredded shiso leaf and sesame seed dressing (store-bought).
  • Step 10
  • [Mock sushi:] Wrap nori seaweed around pieces of omelette.
  • Step 11
  • [Sweet and savory grilled shrimp:] Shell the shrimp, brown both sides in a frying pan, sprinkle with soy sauce and mirin, then coat evenly.
  • Step 12
  • [Shiitake stir-fry with gochujang:] Stir-fry fresh shiitake mushrooms in sesame oil, then stew in gochujang, shiro-dashi, and mirin.
  • Step 13
  • [Chirimen-jako and carrots:] Quickly stir-fry julienned carrots in vegetable oil, add chirimen-jako, then simmer in shiro-dashi and a dash of usukuchi soy sauce. Remove from heat, then toss with sesame seeds.
  • Step 14
  • [Snap peas sautéed in garlic:] Parboil snap peas, then stir-fry in a frying pan with a dash of salt, a tiny pinch of curry powder, and garlic powder. Try it with snow peas or green beans, too.
  • Step 15
  • [Kimpira-style fuki:] Stir-fry boiled fuki with sesame oil, season with shiro-dashi, a dash of soy sauce, and a pinch of sugar and continue to stir-fry. Sprinkle on sesame seeds to finish.
  • Step 16
  • [Mashed potato dumplings:] Make a mashed potato with ham and edamame (seasoned with mayonnaise, salt, and a pinch of sugar) wrap in plastic wrap and shape into dumplings. The dumpling in the background is seasoned with a dash of curry powder.
  • Step 17
  • [Komatsuna tossed with zha cai:] Finely chop the komatsuna, stir fry in vegetable oil, then add a splash of shiro-dashi, and toss with chopped flavored zha cai (store-bought). If it needs more seasoning, add a few drops of soy sauce.
  • Step 18
  • [Sweet and spicy fried egg with shiso leaf:] Grease a frying pan with vegetable oil, break an egg into the pan, then top with a shiso leaf. Once it slightly sets, fold it in half with a spatula, and cook both sides.
  • Step 19
  • [Bang bang style salad:] Finely slice boiled chicken breast, then toss with julienned cucumbers (lightly salted to wilt), sesame seeds, and mayonnaise. Sprinkle with a few drops of sesame oil (to boost the fragrance), then mix.
  • Step 20
  • [Macaroni salad with dashi soup stock:] When you run out of ham or tuna for macaroni salad, add dashi stock granules (with bonito flakes) to give it flavor. The photo shows it with cucumber and carrots.
  • Step 21
  • [Kabocha squash and wiener sausage stir-fry:] Microwave kabocha squash until tender. Thinly slice the wiener and stir-fry in a small amount of butter. Add the kabocha, and season with salt and pepper, and a few drops of oyster sauce.
  • Step 22
  • [As a bento divider item...:] I use red-leaf lettuce as a divider between bento items. Pleated salad leaves are handy since they don't require any extra effort and look nice. I also use shiso leaves when I have extra. It's good to eat them up after they do their job.
  • Step 23
  • [Shimeji mushroom tsukudani:] Stir-fry shimeji mushrooms and thinly sliced ginger in a few drops of vegetable oil. Add a few drops of dashi soup stock, sugar, mirin, and soy sauce and continue to stir-fry over high heat. Once the liquid evaporates and the sauce thickens, remove from heat, then add a few drops of sesame oil. Sprinkle on toasted sesame seeds. This is nice and fragrant.
  • Step 24
  • [Glazed carrots with a twist:] Seasoned with a touch of soy sauce. Boil carrots in water, consommé soup stock granules, a dab of butter, and few drops of usukuchi soy sauce (for producing a nice color) until tender. Adding a touch of soy sauce makes this a nice complement for Japanese bento items.
  • Step 25
  • [Bean sprout and wakame seaweed namul:] Toss boiled bean sprouts with wakame, sesame oil, salt, a dash of soy sauce, a tiny pinch of sugar, and sesame seeds. Season well with salt. The flavor improves if prepared the previous night to allow flavors to absorb. I recommend lightly grinding the sesame seeds.
  • Step 26
  • [Kiriboshi daikon tossed with yukari:] Squeeze excess water from rehydrated kiriboshi daikon, then toss with shiro-dashi, a few drops of soy sauce, and yukari.
  • Step 27
  • [Salty bamboo shoots and bacon stir-fry:] Thinly slice a boiled bamboo shoot and stir-fry in vegetable oil with bacon. Season with salt and black pepper to taste.
  • Step 28
  • [Wiener sausages with a grown-up flair:] Roast a wiener sausage, then wrap in a shiso leaf. The aromatic shiso leaf gives this a grown-up flair.
  • Step 29
  • [Avocado and hanpen salad tossed with wasabi and mayonnaise:] Chop the avocado and hanpen into small pieces, and toss with mayonnaise sauce (a blend of mayonnaise, wasabi, and a few drops of usukuchi soy sauce).
  • Step 30
  • [Gingered carrots:] Stir-fry julienned carrots and ginger with a splash of vegetable oil. Once the carrots become tender, add mentsuyu, a dash of curry powder, and continue to stir-fry. Enjoy the ginger flavor.
  • Step 31
  • [Atsuage simmered in Japanese style curry] Simmer atsuage and julienned ginger in sweet and savory sauce (dashi stock, soy sauce, sugar, and mirin), then season with a dash of curry powder. Thicken with a katakuriko slurry.
  • Step 32
  • [Broccoli seasoned with Japanese mustard:] Toss boiled broccoli with Japanese mustard sauce (a dressing made from shiro-dashi, a few drops of soy sauce, and Japanese mustard).
  • Step 33
  • [Naruto wasabi-mayo sandwich] Spread a mixture of wasabi and mayonnaise on a piece of thinly sliced naruto (omit the wasabi for children) and sandwich another slice on top.
  • Step 34
  • [Flower-carved fish sausages:] Carve the fish sausages into a flower pattern as you do with boiled eggs. It's simple, but it's appealing--just carve them into flowers.
  • Step 35
  • [Mayonnaise and ra-yu salad:] Microwave thinly sliced cabbage and ham and toss with mayonnaise and ra-yu.
  • Step 36
  • [Spiral egg rolls:] Place a sheet of nori seaweed on top of a thin omelet, and roll it up. Leave the nori 1 cm longer than the egg. Seal the nori with mayonnaise.
  • Step 37
  • [Chrysanthemum greens stir-fried in sesame oil:] Chop the chrysanthemum greens into 1 cm lengths, then stir-fry in sesame oil. Season with a few drops of shiro-dashi and soy sauce. An easy marinated dish.
  • Step 38
  • [Sweet and savory tuna:] Season tuna chunks with a dash of salt. Lightly coat in katakuriko, then stir-fry in vegetable oil. Season with soy sauce, oyster sauce, mirin and sugar to taste.
  • Step 39
  • [Shimeji mushrooms and carrots:] In a heat-resistant dish, season shimeji mushrooms and julienned carrots with salt, pepper, and butter, cover with plastic wrap, then microwave. Add a few drops of soy sauce to taste.
  • Step 40
  • [Takuan pickled daikon radish with cucumber:] Thinly slice cucumbers and rub in salt, then toss with thinly sliced takuan, bonito flakes, grated ginger, soy sauce, and toasted sesame seeds.
  • Step 41
  • [Chinese stir-fried bean sprouts:] Stir-fry bean sprouts and julienned carrots in sesame oil, then season with salt. Add a dash of oyster sauce, then sprinkle with sesame seeds and mix.
  • Step 42
  • [Shiitake stuffed with mayonnaise:] Spread mayonnaise on the underside of the shiitake mushroom cap, then bake in toaster oven until brown. Sprinkle on minced parsley to finish.
  • Step 43
  • [Bacon rolls:] Wrap cabbage in plastic wrap and microwave until tender, then wrap in strips of bacon. The bacon strip should be 1 cm longer than the cabbage. Fry.
  • Step 44
  • [Simmered snap peas seasoned with Japanese mustard:] Simmer snap peas in dashi soup stock, sugar, soy sauce, and mirin, then toss with a dab of Japanese mustard.
  • Step 45
  • [Potato salad wrapped in bacon:] Wrap potatoes from a leftover potato salad in bacon, then brown in a frying pan. This will make them fragrant and delicious.
  • Step 46
  • [Bacon and green peppers:] Stir-fry green peppers and bacon with salt and pepper, then drizzle on a few drops of soy sauce and a touch of oyster sauce. This also makes a good refrigerator stock item.
  • Step 47
  • [Tamagoyaki with shiso leaf:] Mix a coarsely chopped shiso leaf into omelette batter. (Apologies for the wonky shape...) This is delicious.
  • Step 48
  • [Kabocha pumpkin and shimeji:] Microwave the kabocha until tender, then stir-fry in vegetable oil with shimeji mushrooms. Season with salt, pepper (coarsely ground), and a touch of oyster sauce.
  • Step 49
  • [Aonori potatoes:] Microwave potatoes until tender, then toss with a pinch of salt and mayonnaise. Sprinkle on aonori for the final touch.
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