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[Teriyaki Chicken Bento]

When making teriyaki chicken, which is also very popular overseas, there are a few things to keep in mind to make it taste good.

First, make sure the thickness of the meat is even, so that the heat can be transferred evenly. Next, coat them with potato starch to prevent the juices from escaping and to make the skin crispy. Also, if you fry the meat in a relatively large amount of oil, the meat will not become soggy after being tossed with the sweet sauce. Finally, if you combine the seasonings in advance, you won't have to worry about overcooking the meat.

In teriyaki, the fat melts easily in your mouth even after it cools down, and it contains sugars that help retain moisture. It can stay moist even after a long time, making it suitable for lunch boxes.

How about packing the finished teriyaki in Matsuya Lacquer Ware's white wooden stacked boxes to make a teriyaki chicken bento? The entire surface of the stacked boxes is coated with a thin layer of urethane coating, which will not stain even if you use oily food.

Matsuya Shikkiten's Lunch Box
https://www.shokunin.com/en/matsuya/ 

References
https://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E7%85%A7%E3%82%8A%E7%84%BC%E3%81%8D
https://mi-journey.jp/foodie/45578/
https://cookpad.com/recipe/4683748 (Recipe)