Girly skull or beetroot coloured rice

Bento content:
Beetroot coloured rice
-Nori
-Broccoli, carrot, Italian flat beans
stuffed parsley and lemon rolled chicken
-Lemon, fig, apricot, cherries, strawberry.

I like skulls, and usually I associate them with either a smile or a girly colour. Somehow it seems that this idea became quite popular. Well, I won’t change that because it became common!
This bento was full of taste and colour. I was really happy to eat it! (I’m the lucky one who eat it!)
The vegetables were all cooked with two tablespoons of soja. As I cooked in the same time the lemon slices the taste was truly awesome.
The colour of the rice was a red pink (it doesn’t properly come out here) so I’ll have to put less beetroot for a more pastel colour. In fact, I don’t really like beetroot. To say the truth, I don’t like beetroot except as bortch (the Polish beetroot soup) or now as a food colouring. Finally I think I just don’t like to eat beetroot in salads. Huhu..next time I’ll show you the blueberry coloured rice for those who are hopping to have “the most near to blue” coloured rice.

7 Responses to “Girly skull or beetroot coloured rice”

  1. Blueberry rice « Experiments in dessertarian cooking Says:

    […] Bento content: -Blueberry rice, Beetroot rice -Prawn balls with an without sesames seeds -Mini sandwiches with cheese cream parsley and carrot -Italian flat beans, courgette, radishes. The purple coloured rice is for quedumimi who was asking for other colouration of rice such as blue. Unfortunately I knew it would give a purple pigmentation, but it’s better to see it than just believe me, he? Next try is blackberry, with a bit of luck it’ll be more bluish than this purple! The purple of this rice is quite dark, but it only depends on the amount of blueberries you’ll cook with your rice. Here you see that the pink rice is paler than the one I did with the heart shape and a nori skull. […]

  2. anonymous Says:

    glp glop

    two ways to contact you ??????

  3. StL Says:

    c’est quand que tu me fera gouter tes bento… il donne l’eau à la bouche

  4. Zoe Vegetarian Says:

    @StL: Hihi dès qu’on se revoit et qu’on a le temps! Promis!

  5. Cvalou Says:

    Trés joliment présenté, bravo, oh j’aperçois une tête de mort qui d’ailleurs est bien réalisé

  6. Boys are born in cabbages « Experiments in dessertarian cooking Says:

    […] Cherry, Beetroot (the recipe will be updated next week). Pink: Beetroot. Yellow: Curcuma. Bright yellow, light orange: saffron. Orange: Carrot. Purple: […]

  7. Les garçons naissent dans les choux, colorants naturels fait-maison « Expériences culinaires dessertariennes Says:

    […] Cerise, Betterave (cette recette sera mise à jour la semaine prochaine). Rose*: Betterave*. Jaune*: Curcuma*. Jaune éclatant, orange pâle: safran*. Orange*: Carotte*. Violet*: […]


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