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posted by alias Food, Fash, Fit on Tuesday 10th of June 2008 01:43:12 PM

Visit for more bentos, and recipes! On my recent trip to Japan, I picked up a few new bento boxes and accessories. In fact, I was pretty restrained until I got to Narita airport on my way home, then it all went downhill when I spotted Mono Comme Ca which had a fairly large range of bento boxes. I picked up this black onigiri box and the red chopstick holder you see here, plus a black chopstick case and a pink two-tier box. These boxes are really high quality, though a bit on the pricey side. I honestly can't remember how much they were, though! Inside my bento I've packed three onigiri with different furikake, a spicy Thai mince with lettuce leaves, and some lovely strawberries, which are just in season. Recipe for spicy Thai mince Ingredients Cooking oil ½ inch piece of ginger, finely chopped 3 cloves garlic, crushed 2 red chillies, deseeded and julienned 500g turkey mince 1 tsp light brown sugar 2 tbsp fish sauce Juice of 1 lime 2 fresh, shredded lime leaves Iceberg lettuce Little Gem lettuce 2 shallots, finely sliced 1 extra lime for cutting into decorative slices 1 tbsp chopped coriander leaves Method Heat a little cooking oil in your pan and fry the ginger, garlic and half the chillies for one minute, or until they become fragrant. Add the mince and break it up as you cook, continuing to stir until it is slightly golden. Sprinkle over the sugar, and add the fish sauce, lime juice, the shredded lime leaves and the rest of the chilli, saving some for a garnish. Cook for a few minutes until the sugar has dissolved and has made a sticky sauce. The mince should be dry when finished. To serve, pour the mince into a bowl lined with lettuce leaves, topped with the shallots, coriander, lime slice and some reserved chillies. Note Like many of my recipes, you can use this to make around four adult bentos, or cook half for dinner and save the rest for your lunch. The mince is equally delicious hot or cold.

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