Bento #2: tonkatsu with vegetable rice and soup

29 Aug


For this bento:

My goal here was to make a nutritious meal for my guy and bentos cheer him up a lot. I tried to sneak in as many veggies as i can by adding string beans, and i used the water broccoli was blanched in to cook the rice. Traditionally for man-bentos you put the rice in the larger compartment. Here i used the smaller compartment for rice, so it has less calories. For a little treat, i added a shortbread pie i got from choto shop on sale! it was only 10 pesos! thats about $.20. It was really tasty and i wish i bought more now.

I got the tonkatsu from the SM Mega Mall supermarket, it was about 10 pesos per tonkatsu. I was quite disappointed with this buy. The breading didn’t have enough seasoning (pepper in particular) and the meat is so thin! I have six left in the freezer and i really don’t want to touch them.

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Bento break down:

Compartment a:

Brown and red rice with broccoli, broad beans, and salmon furikake.


Compartment b:

Tonkatsu strips

Boiled egg

Spaghetti with Japanese mayo and cherry tomato

Cauliflower and bell peppers.


Soup bowl:

nilagang baka (boiled beef with saba bananas, cabbage and potatoes)

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