With just a small bit of ingenuity, turn everyday food into something cute using Kaori’s recipe series! With a few simple ideas, an ordinary recipe magically transforms into a cute dish.
This time, let us introduce to you, “Rilakkuma, Korilakkuma, Kiiroi Tori no Rittai Toast.”
・Slice of white bread ×2
・Slice of black-sugar bread ×1
・Sliced cheese ×1
・Cheder Sliced cheese ×1
・Chocolate Sheet ×1
・Sliced ham ×1
・Mini tomato ×3
・Using the “Rilakkuma no Rittai Shokupan” cookie cutter cut out the shapes from the slices of bread
・Cut shapes out for the eyes (you can use a straw)
※Squash powder – half a table spoon
※Milk – one table spoon
※Sugar – 2 pinches
(※are ingredients for the squash cream)
☆How to make squash cream
・Warm up milk and sugar together in a microwave for ten seconds and mix it with the squash powder little by little. Don’t put the milk in all at once or it will form clumps.
2: Place the cookie cutter on top of the slice of bread as shown in the picture and punch out the shape.
3: Punch out the three slices as shown in the picture.
4: Cut a line on top of the head using a knife.
5: Cut out the ears using one of the slices of bread in line with the head using scissors. (This slice of bread will be used to make “Kiiroi tori.”)
6: Apply the squash cream on top of the slice of bread which was cut out in step 5.
7: Using the round mouth section of the Rilakkuma cookie cutter which you used in steps 2 and 3, cut out shapes from the cheese.
8: Cut out shapes from the slice of cheddar cheese to make shapes to put inside Rilakkuma’s ears and to make Kiiroi tori’s mouth. Cut out shapes to put inside Korilakkuma’s ears from the slice of ham. Cut out shapes from the chocolate sheet to form the eyes, nose and mouth. First make a mark on the chocolate sheet using the cookie cutter and then cut the shape out using the end of a toothpick. To make Kiiroi tori’s nose holes, tear off a bit of the chocolate sheet and roll it into a ball shape.
9: Place the parts as shown in the picture using the leftover squash cream and a little bit of mayonnaise.
10: Place the sections cut out in step 4 on top of each other. Lean the face on the other parts so as to make the face 3-dimentional.
11: Put a mini tomato between the hands so it looks like they are carrying the tomato.
Many types of “Mascot gohan” dishes will be introduced in Kaori’s column.
Let’s check her Instagram too since it introduces many of her “Mascot gohan” dishes.
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