How to Make a Korean Dosirak Box Using Your Leftovers

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If you’re not yet familiar, a dosirak box is to a bento box what Kourtney Kardashian is to Kim (just indulge me for a sec here) – just as delicious, just as well put together, but just a bit less famous. Essentially the dosirak is a Korean bento box, and the idea is completely the same except that instead of filling your tiny compartments with crunchy and tart sunomono, you would use a form of kimchi or other pickled veggies. In the end though, it’s really all up to you what goes in your dosirak box – it doesn’t even have to be Korean (hey, I used halal in mine). It’s just a simple and smart way to use up your leftovers, and present them prettily so that you’ll want to eat them again.

Click page two below to see the ingredients I used for mine.

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