Leftover Orzo Salad with Chickpeas Bento

Orzo Salad Bento

This was an easy and quick lunch made from dinner leftovers.

Container: EasyLunchBoxes

Orzo Salad: Orzo Salad with Chickpeas, Dill, and Lemon from Cooking Light (I used chives from my herb garden instead of the green onions and garlic)

Fruit: Blackberries

Vegetable: Lettuce, cauliflower, tomato, carrot, green pepper, and sugar snap peas

Linking to:

Leftovers on Fridays

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12 Responses to Leftover Orzo Salad with Chickpeas Bento

  1. Janet Rörschåch says:

    Hi ya. Are you getting special bento-style boxes from anywhere special or are these typical containers you can pick up from the grocery store?

    • eclecticlamb says:

      I did get a container from Target recently but I have not posted a bento in it yet. I use the EasyLunchBoxes (pictured in this post) most frequently and they can be ordered from Amazon. I use the Eco Lunchbox occasionally (metal), you can order it from Amazon. I have also used Glad, Sistema, and Ziplock containers that I found in my grocery store. And I even used take out containers a few times. http://www.allthingsforsale.com/ has traditional cute Japanese bento boxes.

  2. Yum… I love orzo salad! Great combination of sides too. 🙂

  3. coconutcraze says:

    A well balanced lunch.
    Can I suggest a theme! May be you already have this in mind. Pardon me if I am spoiling the suspense. It is…(drum rolls please) Fairy tale theme! 🙂 Hope you don’t feel offended.

    • eclecticlamb says:

      Thank you! Not offended at all. I love it when readers suggest themes! I was planning fairy tales and then ended up doing the lamb nursery rhymes. I have some Tall Tales / Fables planned for the week of Paul Bunyon day at the end of June. I would love to do fairy tales sometime this summer. Do you have a particular tale you would like to see?

  4. Mamabelly says:

    I love Orzo salad! I will definitely be trying your recipe! Yum!

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