I'm not quite good in English..know that for sure huh ? and i'm not a good writer too :D
But I always want to try to, so that everyone, include people with this native language or not, could understand the content of this blog, even tough i know, that almost certainly, I'll do the mistakes in writing the post. Hopefully those mistakes still can be understood :)
Anyway, i made him this bento today.
There weren't any salad there, and I'm a little wicked by giving him the unusual ratio. Today, i didn't give him the right proportion of veggies like usual, and gave him plenteous of protein. But still, i give tons of love inside it :))
Tata's blog several days ago, and really want to try to make it (thank you Tata ^^). We made it only from crab flavored stick as the wrapping. Close to the onigiri is Dried bean curry. Taste yummie, with chicken fillet in small cut.
Those are Tofu in tauco sauce ( Tauco is the spice of foods made from soybean (Glycine max) that has been boiled, mashed and mixed with flour and then fermented. Then soaked with salt water,and dried in the hot sun for several weeks until they release a distinctive aroma and the immersion turned into a reddish brown color. In the mid-process, this immersion often issued strong smelling like rotten fish / shrimp paste smells. From some traditional tauco manufacturers say that the results of immersion: the water --processed into soy sauce, while the soybean seeds into tauco .---i guess, it's almost like "miso" in Japan), and Tempeh Orek. Both of this menus are traditional ones, the Indonesian cuisine.
And i also made them as the mini bento's menu. That's all girls..:) see you on what's for lunch for wednesday ! :D