Blueberry rice

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 rice I used in the post where I did a rice pink heart with the nori skull.

About blueberry rice, it has barely no taste except the taste of rice with a little after-taste of blueberry. But nearly undetectable. I was a bit disappointed about this, but it leaves a lot of opportunities of flavouring!

Each cloud as its silver line!

5 Responses to “Blueberry rice”

  1. Cvalou Says:

    Trés joliment rempli ton bento, j’adore

  2. Pascale Says:

    It’s my first time on your blog; I love your colorful bentos! MUST try this chicken rolls recipe that I saw in another of your posts, they really turned out beautifully!

  3. Zoe Vegetarian Says:

    Héhé, thanks a lot!

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