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7 RECIPES PERFECT FOR YOUR THERMOS® FOOD JAR

One of the best things about bringing your own lunch to work is having the power to cook whatever you want, adjust the quantity and amount of seasonings according to your needs, and of course, enjoy a piece of home. On top of that, you can also make use of Thermos® Food Jar’s thermal insulation technology to help you cook your food. We recommend these seven recipes for your packed lunch the following week.   

  1. Mala Tofu

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Love mala (麻辣 - spicy Chinese sauce)? This recipe mixes simple ingredients such as bean curd, mala chili, sesame oil into a delicious bowl of Mala Tofu, all cooked using a Thermos® Food Jar! Choose from a selection of Food Jars and find your favourite here.

Find the recipe here.

  1. Seaweed and Tofu Puffs with Egg Soup

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If you are in the mood for something light, opt for this recipe and pair it with rice or noodles. You can find dashi (Japanese cooking soup stock) easily at the supermarket, or make your own using this recipe by Just One Cookbook.

Find the recipe here.

  1. Cabbage & Egg Porridge

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Do you need a pot to make porridge? Not necessarily. For this recipe, we use the Thermos® Food Jar to cook up a delicious Cabbage and Egg Porridge.

Find the recipe here.

  1. Mushroom Quinoa with Onsen Egg

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If you haven’t tried quinoa, now is a good chance to do so. A protein-rich and wheat-free alternative to rice, quinoa boasts several health benefits including a good source of calcium, magnesium and manganese, as well as vitamins B and E.

Find the recipe here.

  1. Glutinous Rice Balls in Sweet Ginger Soup

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Chinese dessert lovers, here’s a recipe for you to try. With just a few ingredients that you can find at the supermarket, this recipe is easy to make and great for any ages. The good thing about this recipe is that it allows you to concentrate on doing your own things while you let the mixture sit for at least two hours.

Find the recipe here.

  1. Chinese Fried Sauce Noodles (Zha Jiang Mian)

 

In the mood for Chinese food? Chinese Fried Sauce Noodles is an easy to cook dish that does not require too much effort, perfect for a quick fix by using a Food Jar to help you cook.

Find the recipe here.

  1. Vegetarian Fruity Curry Tofu

You’ve tried Japanese curry and Indian curry, but have you tried fruity curry? This interesting recipe consists of ingredients such as pineapple, pumpkin and broccoli, which are both tasty and delicious. Get cooking and give this recipe a try!

Find the recipe here.

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