Kaori’s easy recipe – learn how to make a cute Hello Kitty fruit sandwich!

22.April.2017 | FEATURES / FOOD

With just a small touch, turn everyday food into something cute with Kaori’s recipe series! With a few simple ideas, an ordinary recipe magically transforms into a cute dish. Today we’ll be looking at a recipe that uses strawberries to make a cute Hello Kitty sandwich!

 

 

■ Ingredients

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・Sliced bread

・Strawberries

・Fresh cream

・Sliced cheddar cheese

・Chocolate sheets

・Cutter

 

■How to make

1: Cut two slices of bread into the shape of Hello Kitty’s face

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2: Slice the strawberries

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3: Spread fresh cream on one side of the Hello Kitty “face”

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4: Layer the sliced strawberries on top of the slice of bread with the fresh cream, place another layer of bread on top to make a sandwich.

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5: With a third slice of bread, make two hands for Hello Kitty.

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6: Use the chocolate to make the eyes and whiskers, the cheddar cheese to make the nose, and the strawberries to make a ribbon for Hello Kitty. Use the face you cut out from the bread as a reference for size.

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7: Attach the whiskers, eyes and nose to the bread using some fresh cream as glue.

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8: The hands made in step 5 will now be made into a foundation. Please cut them as shown in the picture.

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9: Pile the remaining slices of bread on top of each other to make a foundation layer. Place this behind the Hello Kitty head to raise it high.

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10:Place the strawberry sandwich on top of the foundation layer. Put the hands in place and garnish with a strawberry – and you’re done!

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11:This is how it looks from a side view…now let’s eat the remaining bread and fresh cream as a light snack! ♪

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Kaori also invites you into her world of character-themed rice dishes in her recipe series! Please check out her Instagram where she has uploaded many pictures of her character dishes!

 

■Profile

Kaori Kubota(@kaopan27)

Kaori lives in Hokkaido and enjoys making dinners, sweet treats and character food using bread ♡ Kaori also loves to experiment with small tricks for easy character-themed ▶@kaopan27

 

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