Chirashi Sushi could be called “mixed sushi” or “decoration sushi” and it is very popular dish in Japanese homes as it is both very practical and tasty!
They also make for beautiful colors!
The Missus first prepared the sushi rice while she lightly boiled some shrimps.
She added chopped home-pickled myoga ginger, Japanese scrambled egg, shrimp cut in small pieces, home-pickled sansho/Japanese pepper seeds, diced avocado to the rice and mixed the lot.
She topped it with boiled shrimps and a sprig of sansho/ki no mi!
Beautiful, isn’t it?
The salad box was very healthy: boiled Shizuoka-grown Stick Junior broccoli, orange wedges and strips f red pimento. The sweet beans (very Japanese!) were my dessert!
Just love these chirashi sushi!
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4 thoughts on “Today’s Lunch Box/Bento (’11/23): Chirashi Sushi Bento!”
What a delicious looking Bento. Can you please ask your Misus, how to keep the avocado looking so vibrant! Whenever I use avocadoes, it would turn brown after awhile.
I so would love to have some bento 🙂
Wel, it is not so difficult!LOL