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Kyaraben Recipes. See more ideas about bento recipes, kids meals, cute food. The egg whites with ketchup burn easily so fry at low heat.

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If you write the contents roughly the chikuwa and sausage are well seasoned, so you don't need to season the egg liquid.

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I tried to make cute hearts with tamagoyaki. The first step in making this dish is by mixing 200 grams of bread flour, 1 tablespoon of sugar, one teaspoon of salt, 5 grams of corn syrup, 5 grams of instant yeast, and 140 grams of milk in a large bowl. Mix 2/3 of cooked rice for totoro with ground black sesame seeds and salt.

For example, make rice ogre with fleecy hair.

Feel free to adjust the amount of ketchup to change the taste. The egg whites with ketchup burn easily so fry at low heat. Great recipe for kyaraben side item heart tamagoyaki.

Firstly prepare a triangular or circular rice ball.

Rice balls are shaped into the character’s/animal’s face and decorated with sliced cheese, seaweed paper (nori), thinly baked egg, or ham. Combine all these ingredients together to make a dough. Kid’s can eat dislike foods as well because of cute shapes and character.

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Shape into the body and ears of totoro using a cooking wrap. Make a rice ball stomach using the remained rice with salmon flakes inside. Furikake, a type of rice seasoning, is used to color the rice.