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Sunday, 17 December 2017
Santa Claus Christmas Rice Bowl 圣诞杂菜咖喱盖饭
Rice Based Christmas Theme Food Art - Santa Claus Christmas Rice Bowl 圣诞盖饭. It's year end and Christmas is nearing, made this simple Santa Claus and snowman rice bowl for the little one.
Santa Claus is made of pumpkin and plain rice, snowman is made of quail eggs, paired with lots of vegetables and our all times favourite homemade Japanese curry.
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How I made it:
1. Prepare homemade Japanese curry. I have an easy recipe to cook Japanese curry from scratch. This is the recipe I have been using for years, my kid-favourite curry.
Get full recipe: <<Click here for Homemade Japanese Curry Recipe >>
2. Cook 2 quail eggs. Trim the top, put it together with a tooth pick. Make snowman hat and scarf using crab stick as shown in the picture below.
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3. Portion out some rice, mix with mashed pumpkin, hand mould it round. Fill a serving bowl with plain rice.
4. Sprinkle some Furikake on the plain rice. Place the pumpkin rice ball on top.
5. Scoop some plain rice and place it loosely below the pumpkin rice ball. Add Santa Claus hat and nose using crab stick. Place the snowman next to Santa Claus.
6. Fill up the remaining space with stir fry vegetables.
Click here for << Stir Fry Broccoli, Mushrooms & Prawns In Abalone Sauce >> Full Recipe
7. Add facial details using seaweed.
8. Serve with Japanese curry and stir fry vegetables.
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