The wife found the salmon in the fridge, which I was going to use tonight. She pan fried the salmon and then flaked it over the rice. It simple bento for a Friday morning. Busy today so keeping this post short and sweet.
So yesterday was another national holiday in Japan. National Foundation Day (建国記念の日 Kenkoku Kinen no Hi) is a national holiday in Japan, celebrated annually on February 11, celebrating the foundation of Japan and the accession of its first Emperor, Emperor Jimmu. The bento is simple one with a lot of salmon.
The wife made Sushi Rice with Smoke Salmon for today’s bento. She also added the left over ginger port and sesame carrots to the bento. The Sushi Rice with Smoke Salmon really worked welll together and I think its a match made in heaven. I need to see how she made this and add the… Continue reading Sushi Rice with Smoke Salmon
Well it’s a cloudy Friday morning over here in Japan, and the temperature is dropping as we move into September. To me fall is one of the nicest seasons to visit Japan, but we can leave that topic for another day. As for this morning’s bento we have a few leftovers my Trinidad Chicken Wings… Continue reading How to make you own Salmon Flakes (Shiojake / Shiozake, 塩鮭)