Remove the seeds from the bell peppers, and slice lengthwise into thin strips. I added one red bell pepper.
Parboil bell peppers in boiling water with salt (not listed above) until desired tenderness. Soak in cold water to cool and fix the color.
Shake off excess water from the bell peppers, then toss with the sesame sauce, adding it gradually until you reach your desired taste.
Allow the flavors to blend into the vegetables, then season to taste and serve.
Homemade sesame sauce is extremely easy to make, and is very handy since can be kept in stock. Recipe ID: 2354533.
[Addendum] If you don't have any sesame sauce, combine roasted sesame seeds with ground sesame seeds. If you don't have both, use one or the other!
Story Behind this Recipe
As long as you have some homemade sesame sauce on hand, you can cook this up in an flash You only need a small amount to flavor, so it's super convenient as a bento item or times when you need one more side dish.
It's easy; all you have to do is toss the ingredients together.