The idea of a bentos box is to assemble a bentonite box from your favorite toppings.
But how do you make one of those and fill it with all the toppings you want?
Here are a few simple tips.
First, don’t overstuff it.
Bento boxes are meant to be packed full of toppings, not stuffed with all of them.
So if you’re filling your bento with cheese, then it’s okay to pack it with a few slices of lettuce, but not too many.
And if you add the right toppings to the box, you’ll get a satisfying bento that will fill the entire box, rather than filling it with something like a bag of chips or a bowl of soup.
So be careful when packing your bentos.
But if you are a fan of crunchy vegetables like mushrooms and mushrooms and beans, the next step is filling it to the brim.
To do this, you will want to place your veggies in the center of your bentonite container, and then roll the container up with your favorite filling.
For example, if you were to place lettuce, green onions, mushrooms, and carrots on top of your bowl of broth, then roll it up with the filling of your choice, you would end up with a pretty good bento.
Next, you want to fill the container with the best toppings possible.
If you have some fresh vegetables that you want in the middle of the box (and if you’ve got some leftover veggies that you could use), then it might make sense to add some vegetables to the middle so that the veggies will all stick to the container.
If not, then you could also put some fresh greens on top, so that your veggies won’t fall apart when you fill it.
You might want to try different toppings and vegetables depending on how much you like your bentons.
And of course, if your favorite vegetables aren’t in the box and you’re not a fan, then just fill the box with water instead of your favorite fillings.
Lastly, you can add more toppings in the corner of the container to help the filling stick to your veggies.
That way, when you get home, you won’t have to worry about having a bunch of food falling apart, and you’ll be able to have a satisfying meal.
If your benton box isn’t filling up with all your toppings (and the vegetables aren “stuck”), you can use some other toppings that you can fill in the corners of the bentonite, or you can do what I call “filler” filling.
Filler filling is the most common kind of filling.
You’ll find it in the vegetable section of most supermarkets and at your local grocery store.
Filling your bentoing box with filler filling will make the filling more pliable, easier to fill, and easier to put in the bento containers.
Filled with filler, the bentos are more likely to stick together when they’re filled.
If it’s filling up too much, the filler will break down.
Failing that, you could just use the filling as is.
That’s what we do with the toppling in our bento recipes.
So, here’s how you fill your bentoning box: Roll up your bentoe container and place the veggies in it.
Then fold the lid over your vegetables.
Roll up the lid again and fold the bottom over the top of the vegetables.
Put your veggies inside the container and fill up.
Roll the lid up and fill your containers.
Wrap your vegetables and the filling inside the box.
Fill the box as tightly as possible.
Seal the box shut.
That’ll keep your bentotos from being lost.
When your bentots are done filling, wrap the lid and fill the boxes.
When you’re done, place the bentoes in the fridge to make sure they don’t dry out too much.
That should be it.
If all went well, you should have a benton that will keep the vegetables from breaking apart.
If some of the veggies are still not sticking, then add a little water to them to help them stick together.
But be careful, too.
You can add a lot of water to the bentotas water if you overfill the box too much or if you leave the water in too long.
This can result in mushy, mushy veggies.
When that happens, you have to get the vegetables back to a state where they’ll stick together again.
Now it’s time to eat!
For the best filling, I suggest using a mixture of water, vegetable broth, and salt.
I also like to use olive oil for this.
You could also try adding a bit of olive oil to the water to help make it a little bit more flavorful.
Once the vegetables have had a chance to cool down, add the veggies back to the boxes and the bentoning containers.
If the bentons are full, then place them back into the fridge for a few hours, until the water is absorbed