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3 Rice Baon Meals for the Kids

3  Rice Baon Meals for the Kids

How about an extra cup for the growing kid?

Bacon-Wrapped Rice Roll
Let their baon be a feast for the eyes and tummy. Try this RecipeTV original bento box recipe made simple yet playful. You may also use ham and quick-melting cheese of your choice. Don’t forget to squeeze in some sweets on the side, too.

Full recipe here.

Chicken Donburi
Turning Japanese for lunch? Serve your kids a piece of Asian flavor with Chicken Donburi. Made with chicken popcorn, scrambled eggs, and sautéed veggies, this rice bowl dish will definitely make your kids scream, “Oishi!”

Full recipe here.

Tip: Aside from chicken popcorn, go for shrimp balls, crab balls, or ready-to-fry tonkatsu.

Yang Chow Fried Rice
Here’s an idea: Why not mix a little bit of pesto sauce to create new flavors? Pair it with roasted garlic chicken or chicken parmigiana, and lunch time will never be the same again for the bagets.

Full recipe here.

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