Boys are born in cabbages, natural homemade food colouring

Vegetarian, Bento, Recipes, Zoé

Bento content
Blue naturally coloured rice
Lighter version of the beetroot cupcake
Lentils and nut cupcake
-Carrot sticks flavoured with ginger and anis
-Broccoli flavoured with ginger, anis, and chilli pepper
Carrot and celery pickle
Red cabbage polish salad with walnuts
-Mushrooms and cucumber slices
-Green cabbage leave flavoured with ginger, chilli pepper and anis.

This my yesterday bento with the blue naturally coloured rice. Conclusion it is really tasty and it has been approved by Bear. I tried to present a little baby boy wrapped in a cabbage leaf. A French joke, I believe.

It came to my mind that you might be interested to have a overview of different natural colouring I have blogged. (the link on the colour refers to the post I featured this rice colouring, the link on the vegetables refers to the recipe).

Red: Cherry, Beetroot , Tomato(updated).
Pink: Beetroot.
Yellow: Curcuma.
Bright yellow, light orange: saffron.
Orange: Carrot.
Pale orange: coral lens.
Purple: Blueberry.
Blue: Red cabbage with raising powder.
Green: Green cabbage, courgette.
Brown: soya sauce (updated).

Sweet pink: Cherry jam.

I mostly used them here to dye rice, but you can dye eggs, cakes, icing sugar.
Dying eggs can also be done using tea or onions.

*Updated: blue coloured rice recipe, light version of the beetroot cupcakes.*

9 Responses to “Boys are born in cabbages, natural homemade food colouring”

  1. And I’m living in… « Experiments in dessertarian cooking Says:

    […] coloured rice which is coloured and flavoured wih soya sauce. So this is one more to add to the homemade natural food colouring overview. Possibly related posts: (automatically generated)Celebrate National Vegetarian Week – May 21st – […]

  2. CValou Says:

    Celui là est bien complet et joli en couleurs

  3. CValou Says:

    Tu m’invites pour le prochain bento car ils sont géniaux!!!

    • Zoé Says:

      No problem!

      Ben, il n’y aucun soucis, donnes moi une heure et je t’attend devant le palais de la culture à Varsovie ;). Je te préparerai un bento tout spécial pour toi!

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

    […] publié en anglais ici Publié dans Bento, Colorant naturel, Céréales, Légumes, Légumineuse, Muffin, Végétarien. […]

  5. Red naturally coloured red rice « Experiments in dessertarian cooking Says:

    […] in my search of naturally colouring, I was looking for red colouring. And so, I came with a beetroot risotto. Bear was totally charmed […]

  6. Red rice and terrific meat alike balls « Experiments in dessertarian cooking Says:

    […] more little idea to colour naturally rice: tomato sauce! It’s amazing it didn’t appear on the blog before because it’s one […]

  7. wegetarinka Says:

    Hello Zoe, I’m interested in blue rice, what exactly stays for rising powder? Is it sth different than baking powder?

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