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Honey Soy Sauce Chicken Bento はちみつ醤油チキン弁当


Honey Soy Sauce Chicken Bento | Easy Japanese Recipes at JustOneCookbook.com

Previous Dinner Was: Honey Soy Sauce Chicken.

Honey Soy Sauce Chicken | Easy Japanese Recipes at JustOneCookbook.com

The best thing about this recipe is that you only need 4 ingredients (chicken, honey, soy sauce, and sake).  It takes less than 10 minutes to prep and simply pop in the oven for 20-30 minutes.  Need I say more? :)
Lunch Next Day:

  • Onigiri (rice ball)
  • Honey Soy Sauce Chicken, bone removed
  • Quick and Easy Tamagoyaki (Japanese Rolled Omelette)
  • Sauteed cabbage, seasoned with salt and pepper
  • Various fresh fruits
Honey Soy Sauce Chicken Bento | Easy Japanese Recipes at JustOneCookbook.com

You could put chicken drumetts directly in the bento, but knowing how slooooow my children eat, I removed the meat off from bone so that they can finish their lunch quicker.
In the morning, I reheated the chicken (for food safety reason) and made Onigiri, Tamagoyaki, and sauteed cabbage.  With all the colorful fruits and tomato added to bento box, the “leftover” lunch now is a beautiful healthy balanced meal.
Honey Soy Sauce Chicken Bento | Easy Japanese Recipes at JustOneCookbook.com

Honey Soy Sauce Chicken Bento

  • Onigiri (Rice Ball)
  • Honey Soy Sauce Chicken
  • 1 egg + 1 tsp. sugar for Quick & Easy Tamagoyaki
  • Shredded cabbage (with salt and pepper)
  • Mini tomato
  • Blueberries
  • Plums
  • Grapes
  1. Make Onigiri (Rice Ball) and let it cool.
  2. Make Tamagoyaki (see how to make Quick & Easy Tamagoyaki).
  3. In the same flying pan, heat oil to sautee shredded cabbage. Season with salt and pepper. Transfer to a silicon cup.
  4. In the same pan, reheat leftover Honey Soy Sauce Chicken until it’s warm thoroughly.
  5. Wash mini tomato and fruits and cut them if necessary.
  6. Start packing cooled foods into bento box.
  7. Cool down completely before closing the bento box.

Recipe by Namiko Chen of Just One Cookbook. All images and content on this site are copyright protected. Please do not use my images without my permission. If you’d like to share this recipe on your site, please re-write the recipe in your own words and link to this post as the original source. Thank you.

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