Saturday, May 16, 2009

Bento 223 & Cawan Mushi

I made cawan mushi for dinner last night. I've used this recipe a hundred times and it's always turned out delicious! I had to pack a dinner bento for #2 last night because she was going from music class to Church and didn't have time to stop over anywhere for dinner. So dinner was eaten in the car.

In the bottom box is plain white rice and cawan mushi steamed in a foil cup specially for this bento.

I steamed some otak-otak which my mum made and I added the last piece of store bought apple strudel into the top box.

I've just added a new smilebox recipe for Cawan Mushi. Easy and delicious.

Note: I didn't use the traditional Japanese ingredients like shiitake mushrooms, kamaboko, chicken bits etc. I used whatever left over ingredients I had in the fridge.

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Edit: The Dashi is supposed to be 1 2/3 cups and not 1 1/3 as stated in the Smilebox slideshow. My bad@!


Cindy Khor said...

i'm gonna cawan tonight. hopefully it would turn out good. thanks for the recipe

pauline said...

Thanks for the recipe, Pat. Really love your food blog!! Can't get enough of it.

Mamapumpkin said...

You never fail to impress me with your creations!!

I am Princess Misha's Mum said...

Thank you for the lovely recipe .. definately will try it out since Misha loves CM very much :)


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