Tuesday, 12 June 2012

Sleeping Rilakkuma Bento

Another one that is not really a bento, this was their dinner, served on a plate. The idea came from an image shared on Happycall bento group on Facebook. :)

Rilakkuma is made from rice mixed with dark soya sauce. Just a few drops will do. The other dishes are fried tofu puffs stuffed with meat and fish paste, fried salmon belly and stir-fried baby bok choy. The blanket is made out of egg sheet, there's more salmon belly and rice hidden under the egg sheet. :P

A close up shot. :P Egg sheet recipe at bottom of this post.

I bought a few lunchboxes from Rakuten at half price during their sale on 3rd June. Been eyeing these boxes for months, thought they will be great for bringing noodles to School. I will most likely use them next year for IT, when I've to send lunch to School for him. :)

These are the other two that I bought, original intention is to use them next year too. :) I'm so in love with their polka dots series too, but they were not on sale this round, will grab if they are ever hugely discounted, for myself. :P


1 egg
1 tbsp water
1/2 tbsp cornstarch

  1. Beat egg well.
  2.  Put 1 tbsp of water in a bowl, add in 1/2 tbsp of cornstarch and mix well.
  3. Add mixture #2 to egg and mix well.
  4. Sieve mixture #3
  5. Heat a pan, and put a bit of oil in. Using a paper towel, spread the oil all over the pan and remove excess oil.
  6. Pour  #4 into pan and make sure the egg is spread out evenly.
  7. Cook at low heat till egg is cooked.


  1. Rilakkuma looks so comfy under his blanket, makes me wants to go back to bed now..;)

    1. Tks, Bobo. Lol, I've been waking up later than usual these days coz it's School holidays. :)


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