Wednesday, 15 February 2012

Rilakkuma Cube Bento

This is post #197, which means next Monday will be my 200th post. :) I will hold a giveaway to celebrate my 200th post, and I will post the details on next Monday. I'm sorry I won't be able to give away the pack of angel wings picks as planned, as I ended up using them, but I'll substitute with other stuff. :)

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I made little cubes today, using this mould that I got from Taiwan.They are really easy to use, I'm using the bigger size for my bentos today. :) I decorated the little cubes as Rilakkuma, Korilakkuma and Kiiroitori.

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LT's bento, in the box are rice cubes (yellow was colored with egg yolk, and brown with a drop of dark soy sauce. ), salmon belly, strawberries, bacon rolls and broccoli.

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IT's bento, same food as above.

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IT's bento for recess, in the box are ham/cheese sandwich, salmon belly and grapes. I used the same rice mould to cut out the bread, ham and cheese. :)

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I did not make a box for LT to bring to School today, I told him I'll take a break and will make one for him again on Friday. :P

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Ang Chao mee sua (Red fermented wine noodles) for me. Haha, dun be deceived by the color and appearance, it's really nice. It's typically serve as confinement food over here, as it uses sesame oil, ginger and wine, the 3 components usually used in confinement cooking. :)

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  1. This is too cute too!! Are you using normal rice or what? And, the mee sua....looks so yummy!!! You cook everyday?? And your food always makes me drool..... hehehe

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    1. Yenn, I used sushi rice for this. But normal rice will work too if you add more water when cooking. Haha, yah, I cook on wkdays, I'm off (self declared) on wkends. :)

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  2. Oh I love every bento set you do!! How do you do it everyday??! Always, creative, neat and healthy..and the tiny little flowers wow..like you made them with a laser and a microscope!! LOL Wonderful!

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    1. Lol, berrygirl, it's always enjoyable making bentos, but I do get a break every wkends. Haha, I use a fondant plunger cutter for the flowers. Tools help a lot for the tiny details. :)

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  3. These are adorable, too cute to eat! Again, your tiny detailings are just awesome:)

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  4. I love making cubes - they're so much easier to eat! ^^ These are just so cute and compact! ^^

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    1. Tks, it's my first time shaping them into cubes. :)

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  5. I love the little food cups/divider. It looks like lettuce!

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    1. Tks Diana, I love them, they are my bento 'staple'. :)

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  6. This is so beautiful and colorful !!! I think that since now, I am going to spend soooo much time on your blog :) !!!! Yaaay~ !

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  7. how much you bought for the mould? so cute!

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    1. Hi Sodium, I can't remember, I bought it from a 100 yen shop in Taiwan, but not all things sold there are 100 yen. U are located in Msia? U can try bentocraft to see whether they hv or can bring in. :)

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