Friday, September 28, 2007

Bento #35

This morning I made a vegetable and fruit tortilla wrap. There were two slices of Bega cheese, some greens, carrots, cucumber, tomatoes and grapes. Topped it with a mixture of thousand island and salad cream.

I toyed with the idea of packing a mixed salad but looking at the size of the box, I had second thoughts. The salad and fruits wrapped in a tortilla seemed like a more fulfilling meal.

I also packed some Japanese seaweed for her to snack on.

Yesterday #1 went to a Ramadan bazaar and bought back 'ayam percik, roti jala, ayam rendang' and lots of other treats.

#1 likes 'roti jala' very much so I reserved some so that I could pack her some today. Doesn't the rendang look delicious? Indeed, it was delicious!

Before I closed the Bento box, I wrapped a cling wrap around the rendang foil cup because I didn't want it to mess up the 'roti jala'.

2 comments:

PEARLY said...

I love every bento lunch you make but
may I ask did you kids eat it cool or skol there have a micwave to warm up ?
cos if I make rice and thing like you show for my kids for pack lunch there would not eat it cos it will be cold there say !so I only pack them sandwick

Bento Pet said...

pearly: My kids choose to eat 'cold' food because they want packed food from home. No there are no microwave facilities in school.

I've suggested to pack 'hot' food and put into "Ms. Bento" flasks but the don't want because it come in three containers, one for soup, one for rice and one for side dish. They commented that it's troublesome and messy. They prefer their Bento box even if the food is cold. I'll post up the Ms. Bento box so that you know what I'm talking about, okay?

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