Cut the meat into bite-size pieces and put it into a bowl. Next, add in all the marinade ingredients and mix well.
Divide Step 1 into 1-serving portions for a bento, and wrap in plastic wrap.
Place them in a freezer bag and freeze.
When using for a bento, thaw a plastic wrapped-portion in the microwave. Heat some vegetable oil in a frying pan. Cook on medium heat.
Pack them into your bento box. Sprinkle the sesame seeds on top.
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Story Behind this Recipe
I took the previous recipe that I uploaded Recipe ID: 1419586 [Special Marinade! Pork Yaki-Niku] and transformed it into a more bento-friendly version.
If you are making this for a small child, you can omit the shichimi spice. The marinade will thicken a little when you are cooking due to the katakuriko. Keep an eye on everything and adjust the heat as you see fit. This way, it won't burn while you are cooking.