All Hail Mc Donald’s!

Inspired by the Mc Donald’s Rice Burger, I decided it would be a good idea to try it myself. However, I didn’t have any ground beef in the house, nor chicken nuggets, so I decided to make larger than usual tsukune (recipe here) and make mini rice burgers with tsukune.

Rice Burger Bento

Bento #73 • 9 October 2006

Top Tier:
Mini Rice Burgers. Made with 2 hamburger patty-shaped onigiri with a tsukune patty and shredded iceberg lettuce in between. I brushed the top with teriyaki glaze and sprinkled a few sesame seeds. One issue I had with it was the fact that it was pretty fragile. Even though I used short-grain sushi rice, the onigiri felt fragile to the touch since it was a bit thin. I felt like it would fall apart with handling, so I decided to hold the thing together with cling wrap.

Rice Burger Bento

Bottom Tier:
* Fruit cocktail – Peaches, pineapple, nata de coco, and red papaya in light syrup.
* Happy quail egg laying on an asparagus spear fence.
* Nissin choco wafer divider. Also wrapped with clingwrap to prevent soggy asparagussy wafers
* Oishi brand Bread Pan. So redundant right? Bread + Pan? But honestly, it’s so good, like mini-sliced garlic and parmesan baguette that I’ll forgive them anything. And it seems like a lot of people agree with me as evinced by how hard it is to find it in stock.

Rice Burger Bento

* A heart-shaped tsukune sandwich. I made 3 patties from half a recipe. Seemed a waste to not eat the third one just because I ran out of rice.
* C2 Lemon Green Tea

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
This entry was posted in bento. Bookmark the permalink.
Sharing is caring!

Icon from iconarchive.comDon't miss another post. Get the latest updates sent to your inbox via FeedBurner. Don't worry, your email address will be safe. We hate SPAM, too! Except the canned meat. Mmmm...SPAM.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *