Monday, 5 November 2012

Sausage Owl Bento

I was quite clueless about what to do for this morning, because I started on a Korean drama over the weekend and was busy catching the episodes online. -_- It helps that I've a list of stuff I want to try for bentos in my handphone notes, I always note it down whenever I've a bento idea. So, when I woke up in the morning, I looked through the list, looking for something fast and easy, and decided to do these sausage owls. I made them again in the afternoon, so I could take some step by step photos, look out for the tutorial towards the end of the post if you are interested.

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A pair of sausage owls on pasta. :) Pasta are done aglio olio style with garlic and broccoli bits.

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There's meatballs, grapes and strawberries in another box.

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Small portion of the same pasta for them to eat in School.

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I packed grapes and there's grated cheese in the small container.

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This was my dinner last Friday, Spam fried rice using multi-grained rice, ngoh hiang(meat rolls) and salad.

Please see below for the sausage owls tutorial.

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Boil sausage, and use an oval shaped cutter to cut out cheese for the owl's tummy.

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Use 2 different size round cutter to cut out the eyes.

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I used heart shaped sprinklers for the nose. I did not use anything to attach on the cheese and sprinklers, they can stick on fine. :)

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I used this cutter to cut our bread crust for the owl's wings. Then, I attached them with pasta.

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I used this puncher to punch out the nori.

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The completed owls, these went into my tummies, lol.

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15 comments:

  1. Oh so cute! I have 2 friends who simply love owls design. I'm going to copy your ideas & share my bento with them fm ET.

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  2. Thanks, I oways get good detail tutorial from you. Great work!

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  3. Awww...this is very very cute owl!!! Thank you for your tutorial...but argghh...i cant find such shortie sausage here! :(

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    1. Tk u, Yenn. Try using fried fishball, I think can work too. :)

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  4. Wow this is one of the best ideas for bento that I've seen in awhile! I'm truly impressed and can't wait to try it thank you for the Tutorial I would never have guessed how to make these on my own!

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    1. Awwww, Tk u so much, Anna. :) I'm happy to hear it's useful. :)

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  5. This is one of my favorite bentos ever!

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  6. Wow they're adorable!!! I can't believe how easy you make it look! Well done :)

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  7. love the owls and thanks for putting up the tutorial! Will be adding this to my list of ideas to try in my bentos.

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  8. Oh they are so cute! Very adorable! You are the queen of cuteness!^^

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