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Bento 20 by Corselia Bento 20 by Corselia
Today's Bento
(top tray)
Two Round Salmon Onigiri, green beans and a carrot nose.

(bottom tray)
three slices of Ham and cheese omlette, three deep fried large shrimp, tarter sauce and a lemon slice.

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:iconkittyfan228:
kittyfan228 Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2011  Student Digital Artist
how long did this take you, if I may ask?
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:iconcorselia:
Corselia Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2011
hrm... maybe an hour? i had to cook everything.
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:iconkittyfan228:
kittyfan228 Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2011  Student Digital Artist
did you make it in the morning?
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:iconcorselia:
Corselia Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2011
some time in the afternoon is when i made that. it wasn't very brigt outside that day tho
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kittyfan228 Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2011  Student Digital Artist
ah, I like to make mine in the morning and prep the night before :meow: it tastes the same if I do everything the night before but eh :XD:
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Corselia Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2011
that is actually the best way to do it. prep everything the night before so that its quick and easy the next day. lol often times tho i just do it all at once
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:iconkittyfan228:
kittyfan228 Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2011  Student Digital Artist
lol now I just do it at night since I feel exhausted when I wake up in the morning @__@
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Corselia Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2011
lol i'm not a morning person either.
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fieryeyes13 Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2010
I love your bentos! Great job!
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Demi-Plum Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
this looks amazing! it's making me hungry! i have to make a bento today >w<
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mikaaijou123 Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2007  Hobbyist Artist
delicious!!! i was wondering, where did you buy your bento box, Onna??
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Corselia Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2007
[link] I got it there. Tho you could probably find some on Amazon if you type in "San-X lunch"
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UnwantedEternity Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2007   Digital Artist
How da hecks do you make Round Salmon Onigiri?? Or anything for that matter? -.-;; *sniffle* I love Asian food and it's acually the only thing I know how to make without blowing up my kitchen, but I can hardley make any. T.T My daddy also likes asian and I'd reeeaaallly like to make him an acual meal for once.....can ya help??
p.s. Your fwood looks sooooo good n.n
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Corselia Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2007
round onigiri is not hard. you need short grain rice (i use nishiki brand). never use long grain... it is not glutenous enough and is too dry. Medium grain may work... but not as good as short grain. Nishiki brand is sold in US stores. just check for it in the oriental or rice isle. when you have everything cooked... take some rice into a bowl, sprinkle a teaspoon of mirin (rice vinegar) if you want and mix it about then let it cool down. never use hot rice because it will fall apart on you. you need to let it air dry for a good 5 minutes until cooled. Then when it is cooled... set a bowl of water off to the side somewhere. when you mold your onigiri your hands must be wet otherwise its going to be tough trying to shape it when the rice keeps sticking to you. so keep you hands wet with water when molding your onigiri.

now... how i molded mine.... First i made a flat circle about the size of my palm. i took shredded bits of fish (you can put whatever) into the center and started folding the edges of the circle around it. when it was somewhat covered i added a little more rice to cover the whole thing before 'tightening' it. to do that i gently pressed it into a ball. don't do that by rolling it aroud your hands like it was playdo clay or something like that... you'll end up flattenting or sqaushing it. just turn it counter clock wise in one hand while using the other hand to press it down into a circular shape. just keep doing that while adding rice until you get it as big as you want it to be. by gently pressing the rice together and adding rice it will eventually take shape. just remember to keep your hands wet because it makes everything SO much easier.

For the salmon... all i did was rub salt into the fish on both sides then broiled it before letting it dry. you want your fish to be dried by paper towel and sit for a few minutes before shredding it to bits for onigiri. don't use chunks of fish to put in onigiri... it'll poke out of places while your trying to shape it and make things difficult. as for the seaweed... just make sure it stays completely dry before you use it to onigiri. it can be cut with scissors just as if it were paper so shaping it won't be a problem.

hope that helps? and thank you for the comment!
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UnwantedEternity Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2007   Digital Artist
Thankies so much n.n
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Sesshomarus-woman Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2007
yummy 20! :drool: *drools and floods room*
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Lolitaz Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2007
it looks reaaaaaalllllyyy good :drool:
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nyunyu-chan Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2007  Hobbyist Digital Artist
What happened.. its not showing up.. O.o
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:iconcorselia:
Corselia Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2007
its a DA prob. it'll show up later... it did it to me too.
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nyunyu-chan Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2007  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Okay. It works now :3
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