One of the easiest quick dish that I prepare for bento are sautéed vegetables. It’s also easy to add a bit of color to your bento with sautéed vegetables, here’s an easy way to saute spinach. Here I used frozen spinach that I always keep in the freezer and added corn for an extra color to make bento more colorful. You can sauté carrot, green peas, or any kinds of vegetables – fresh or frozen.
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One of the easiest quick dish that I prepare for bento are sautéed vegetables. It's also easy to add a bit of color to your bento with sautéed vegetables, here's an easy way to saute spinach. Here I used frozen spinach that I always keep in the freezer and added corn for an extra color to make bento more colorful. You can sauté carrot, green peas, or any kinds of vegetables - fresh or frozen.
Course: Bento, How to, Side Dish
Keyword: quick, spinach corn
- 1 Tbsp unsalted butter
- Spinach (frozen)
- Corn (frozen)
- kosher/sea salt (I use Diamond Crystal; Use half for table salt)
- freshly ground black pepper
Heat a skillet over medium high and melt butter.
Add frozen spinach and corn and saute until heated through.
Remove from the heat and ready to serve.
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