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  • 15488  hakoya silicon food cups   square  large
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15488  hakoya silicon food cups   square  large 15488  hakoya silicon food cups   square  large   top view 15488  hakoya silicon food cups   square  large   boxed

Hakoya Silicon Food Cups - Square, Large, 30 g, 2 cups

£6,98
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Prepare and serve side dishes for simple pickings.

When packing a combination of foods and flavours into larger meals and bento lunches, these silicon food cups make for the perfect storage of each dish for individual enjoyment. Made decently sized and flexible, these square containers slip nicely onto plates and into most bento boxes, making them ideal to hold side dishes such as pasta, fruit, salad or even savoury snacks and sauces, such as chicken karaage and curry! The rubber silicone of each cup can reliably hold and protect various food (from wet to oily) and helps keep small portions and leftovers preserved in the fridge for a fresh addition to the following day's meal. Coming in both red and black, these cups offer a cool splash of colour and convenience to your meals out and about. 

Each holds approx. 220ml. Measures approx. 8.2cm square, and 3.5cm in height.  Microwave safe.

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Plus d'infos

Japanese Bento consist of lots more than the simple comparison to packed lunches elsewhere, considered important and convenient meals to enjoy anywhere or thoroughly savour, with astounding creativity and emotion put into some Bento creations. From adorable little bento boxes school children enjoy for lunch every day to the colourful gourmet meals elegantly presented in multi-tiered boxes, bento accounts for a large portion of both tradition and innovation in Japanese cuisine. Discover more about the wide world of bento by taking a look at japancentre.com's Bento section.

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