There is a little trick to packing the side dishes of your lunch box neatly. This time I will introduce how to pack a two-stage bento. Since it is smaller than a one-stage lunch box, the point is to cut the side dishes according to the height and width of the lunch box. Introducing a column that solves the problems of bento!
How to pack a two-stage lunch
Pack rice and side dishes one by one. The width and height are smaller than the one-tiered lunch box, so you can cut the side dishes according to the height and width of the lunch box and simply line them up in a horizontal row.
Check the width and height!
Measure the width and height of the lunch box with chopsticks, and cut large side dishes into a size that is easy to pack in advance.
1. First of all, the main dish
Pack it tightly from the edge so that there are no gaps. The more you stand, the more side dishes you can pack.
2. Side dish next to
Stuff the omelet. Egg fried should be baked according to the width of the lunch box in advance.
3. Finally, a side dish that is easy to deform
Fill the remaining space with boiled hijiki seaweed. If you have a soup or don’t want to transfer the taste to the side, use a cup.
Sprinkle black sesame seeds on the rice as you like.
Such a pattern is also an ant
Add vegetables such as boiled broccoli to add color!