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“Char-siew-fun” bento

January 8th, 2009


I made some homemade “char-siew” (baked pork slices) yesterday evening.  Of course I had the help from some Lee Kum Kee “char-siew” marinade.  I marinaded 1lb of pork slices with 5 tablespoons of sauce and left it in the refrigerator for a good 5 hours or so.  Then I baked the pork in the oven for about 45 minutes, sliced them up and voila… yummy “char siew”.

It was way too much for us to finish last night during dinner, so I packed some for my hubby’s lunch today.  His bento today is “char siew fun” with sliced cucumber.  For dessert, I threw in some seedless grapes.  The “char siew” looks a wee bit too dry, so I drizzled some of the marinade on it too.

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  1. January 9th, 2009 at 05:19 | #1

    I was wondering if you would ever be interested in becoming a featured publisher with Foodbuzz.com? If so please conctact me at lizstambaugh@yahoo.com

    Bento Tigress says: Cool! I’ll be in touch.

  2. January 14th, 2009 at 07:38 | #2

    Hey! I did not know you have a Bento blog!
    Thanks for linking! Will link you up too!

    Happy Chinese New Year!

    Bento Tigress says: I just started it. It’s pretty new still. Happy CNY to you too!

  3. January 15th, 2009 at 16:59 | #3

    Hey Joyce, Happy Bentou-ing, like Alice, I didn’t know you started a new blog just for bento. She just started one just on bento too! How have you been and how is Ethan?

    Bento Tigress says: Well, I started this because I needed a place to put my bento pics 🙂 I am doing great and so is Ethan. Will look to your blog for further bento inspirations!

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