Tuesday 29 April 2014

Frozen Elsa & Olaf Bento

Do you remember the Olaf somen I made? Click HERE to check out that post if you missed it. My boys went to rewatch Frozen after that lunch, and they requested me to make Olaf again.

I took the opportunity to make Elsa, and included a small Olaf for them, lol. This was probably not what they were expecting but they still ate it up without any complaints. :P

This was for my boys' dinner, they had dry curry chicken, fish cutlets, and stir fried asparagus with prawns. They are quite good with spicy food these days, mild to moderate spicy food is not a problem for them, they just need an extra glass of water, lol. I no longer have to cook another dish just for them when I cook something spicy.

Elsa was made out of rice (orange coloured with ketchup, blue coloured with deco furi), nori, kamaboko and pasta. Olaf was made using quail eggs, nori, carrots and kamaboko. :)
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  1. Love this version of Elsa, super kawaii features!

  2. 好可爱的Elsa 和 Olaf!孩子好棒,都不怕辣^^

  3. This is so cute Ming! I love all the detailing!

  4. very cute and the colors are pretty!

  5. Absolutely adorable! My girls love Frozen :-)
    Nice to here that you also are growing herbs in your garden :-)

  6. i cant find deco furi in my country.. is there any way to made the food turn into blue?
    thx before..

    1. Hi Maria, yes, you can use the water from boiling red cabbage, add a little baking soda and use it to cook the rice. If you can get hold of butterfly/blue pea flower, you can soak it in hot water and use the water to cook the rice. Food colouring works too.


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