It seems that the Missus and I cannot get rid of our cold and coughs (orginally the Missus’!) although it has started improving. But with all these people falling under the curse, one is not careful enough.
That is when you need a hearty lunch!
Some ingredients are actually useful against colds, especially wasabi.
The other day I had brought a whole root with its stems and leaves and the Missus was more than happy to make pickles with the stems and leaves.
Accordingly she prepared plain rice and spread plenty of wasabi pickles over it.
We are very much in the season for durock root/goboo/牛蒡 and we naver can get enough.
The Missus make thin chips out of them.
After preparing chicken balls of her own (secret) recipe (fried and broiled) she placed them on a bed of budock root chips with some more on top of the chicken balls with black roasted sesame seeds.
As for the “garnish” box, plenty of vitamin and natural health food with a salad of raw yamamimo/yams, pimentoes, konbu/seaweed and sesame seeds, another salad of potatoes and violet sweet potatoes and fresh cress, Boiled broccoli on a mayonnaise bed, a half boiled egg and honey core apple.
I must admit that the Missus is trying hard getting us rid of those colds!LOL
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2 thoughts on “Today’s Lunch Box/Bento (’10/86): Chicken Balls Bento”
such a beautiful dish, did it work with the sinus’s?
It did! Cheers!