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Thursday, 31 August 2017

Pikachu Breakfast Cheese Sandwich 皮卡丘芝士吐司

Bread Based Pokemon Theme Food Art - Pikachu Breakfast Cheese Sandwich made using homemade Japanese soft bread, cheese and seaweed. 

Term 3 school holiday just started, this term break may not be a relaxing one because the semestral assessment 2 is coming up right after the school break. Yeah, sounds like I'm a typical Singaporean mom, but I'm not! :D It's the homework that's bothering me! Believe it or not, I have to spend 3 days 2 nights to get my boy to complete one homework. 

While waiting for the boy to "start" doing his homework, I made this for him. I know this may looks complicated to you, but it wasn't that hard with the help of a cutter.

Pikachu Cookie Cutter
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I baked some bread the day before, a tall and fluffy bread. The bread was so soft that there's no need to reheat or toast, no cooking in the morning and that's allowed me to spend some time in food decorating.

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Here are some of the in-the-making photos:

I used Pikachu Cookie Cutter to cut out the "body", used a small knife to trim the shape of the "lightning tail".
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Although it wasn't the most perfect one but I am happy with it. The boy was surprised when he saw it and for the first time, he said the Pikachu is too cute to be eaten. :)

That's when the boy said the food is too cute to be eaten LOL..

However, he finished eating everything on his plate (except the greens). Thanks for reading, I hope you are inspired after reading my blog. If you love to see my food, click hereLIKE & follow Miki's Food Archives facebook page to receive more recipe updates. Don't forget to change the setting to 'SEE FIRST' if you wish to see my post on your Facebook news feed. Enjoy!

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