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Salmon Bento Box

Points® value
Total Time
35 min
15 min
10 min
If you’re having lunch on the go, a bento box is a great option—it’s essentially a lunch box with dividers for keeping ingredients separate. If you’re eating at home, you can set up the vegetables and rice ahead of time and cook the salmon 10 minutes before lunchtime.


Cooking spray

2 spray(s)

Reduced sodium teriyaki sauce

3 tbsp(s), divided

Ginger root

2 tsp(s), peeled and minced


1 clove(s), large, minced

Uncooked wild pink salmon fillet

4 oz, skinless


½ small, halved and thinly sliced


½ small, shredded or sliced into ribbons with a vegetable peeler


1 large, trimmed, thinly sliced, and slices cut into matchsticks

Unseasoned rice vinegar

2 tsp(s)

Low sodium soy sauce

2 tsp(s), plus more for serving

Cooked broccoli

1 cup(s), steamed florets

Cooked medium grain brown rice

½ cup(s)

Nori seaweed

¼ sheet(s), crumbled or thinly sliced (optional)


  1. In medium bowl, combine 2 tbsp teriyaki sauce, ginger, and garlic. Add salmon, turn to coat, and let marinate 10 minutes.
  2. Preheat oven to 450°F. Coat small baking sheet with nonstick spray.
  3. Meanwhile, in medium bowl, combine cucumber, carrot, radish, vinegar, and soy sauce; mix well.
  4. On prepared baking sheet, place salmon and roast until salmon is cooked through and flakes easily with fork, 8 to 10 minutes. In bento box or on plate, place salmon. In compartments of bento box or around salmon, place cucumber salad, broccoli, and brown rice. Drizzle salmon with remaining 1 tbsp teriyaki sauce and sprinkle brown rice with seaweed, if using. Serve with soy sauce.
  5. Serving size: 1 bento box or plate