Red naturally coloured red rice

Vegetarian, Bento, Recipe, Cuisine, Zoé

Bento:
Red beetroot risotto vegetarian sushis
-Carrot salad, celery salad
Light pea salad with mayonnaise
Tempura of cauliflower and broccoli
-Cucumber sticks
-Cherry of French vinaigrette

So in my search of naturally colouring, I was looking for red colouring. And so, I came with a beetroot risotto. Bear was totally charmed by this combination thanks to the little sweet and sour taste due to the additional vinegar. And this sushi version was incredibly great too.
The pea with mayonnaise is one of Bisounours_51’s favourite. But, I have to agree that I cannot agree to put so much of mayonnaise so I just add yoghurt to mayonnaise and some potato starch to thicken it.

Vegetarian, Bento, Recipe, Cuisine, Zoé

And the last item which was the king of this bento is these tempura cauliflower and broccoli sticks. The tempura paste is flavoured with miso and soya sauce, and breaded with okara. Yes, okara is the rest of grounded soya crumbs which are left-overs from soya milk. To store them if I don’t use them in veggie burgers, I dry them. They are a very good item to change from breadcrumbs. Lighter and crispier how could one resist?

This bento was a true relief and a real pleasure. And as I didn’t manage to choose, you’ll have our both bentos!

6 Responses to “Red naturally coloured red rice”

  1. Boys are born in cabbages, natural homemade food colouring « Experiments in dessertarian cooking Says:

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

  2. Bassa Says:

    hello, c’est bassa de veg et bio! je viens de découvrir ton site! à plus!

  3. CVALOU Says:

    Merci pour l’info, je guetterais la recette
    A bientôt
    Bises

  4. Bassa Says:

    oui j’ai vu en français, mais comme ça je travaille un peu l’anglais! bye! you see i speak english very very well… bisous!

  5. Riz naturellement coloré en rouge « Expériences culinaires dessertariennes Says:

    […] posté en anglais ici. Publié dans Bento, Colorant naturel, Céréales, Galettes, Légumes, Légumineuse, Salade, […]


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