Packing lunch for kids is the
most hectic job, especially when you have picky eaters it gets even more
difficult to pack lunch that your kid will eat. Every day moms are struggling
with ways to Jazz up the lunch box so that it doesn’t come back home, full (not
eaten).As part of the series on the
blog Fun, Creative and Delicious Rice
Recipes, I took the challenge to come up with a creative yet delicious
lunch option for kids and here it is Olaf
Japanese Bento-lunch box have
always fascinated me and I so wanted to try making it. With this series I got
that opportunity and it was so much fun doing it.Learning new techniques and methods of
cooking or doing things makes you feel so good. In a Japanese Bento Box you
pack different into items in a compartmentalized box. This way you get variety
of food options in a box.Lunch box
doesn’t always have to be sandwich, it can be rice too. And when it’s your
kid’s favorite character, lunch gets even more exciting.
Movie Frozen is the most loved movies
of all. While all the characters are a favorite, Olaf is a loved a little more.
At first I was a bit nervous in making the Olaf thinking it won’t turn out
perfect but with Reem ka Steam BasmatiRice it was so easy. This long grain, fragrant rice is so easy to cook and
was even easier to handle while making Olaf.
It was a moment of achievement
when the rice Olaf turned out perfect. The rice was flavored using chicken broth
so that it tastes good. The omelet hearts, sausage snowflakes, chicken nuggets
and berries complete the box. All ingredients were from the kitchen pantry. The
face details of Olaf were supposed to be made with Sushi Nori Sheets but I
didn’t have them so used paper instead, to complete the look (don’t add paper
to the lunch box – this was for photography purpose only).
This Olaf Lunch box is sure to
put smile on faces and kids would finish the box for sure. Jazz-up the lunch
box, make rice Olaf, bear or any of the favorite character using Reemka Steam Rice and keep your kids fueled all day with creative and
Rice Olaf Lunch Box
by Hirra Pervaiz January-8-2018
Do you want to build a snowman? Jazz-up your kids lunch box with their favorite Olaf made with Rice, omelet hearts, sausage snowflakes, nuggets and fruit. You'll love the warm hugs too
Cook Reem ka Steam Rice according to package instruction. Let it cool, best to prepare a day in advance. Using a plastic wrap shape the rice to make the body of Olaf.
Cut small circles out of sushi nori sheet to make Olaf’s eyes, buttons, brows and mouth. Cut circles of sliced cheese for eyes and a thin strip for teeth. Attach them on the face using little mayonnaise to make it stick together. Use the carrot to make the nose.
Heart Shape Egg Omelet: Beat eggs and season with salt and pepper. Heat oil in a pan on low heat. Pour 1/5th of the egg mixture in the pan and spread. Cook the egg until the edges start to turn, start rolling the egg. Move the rolled egg to one side of the pan. Pour another 1/5th of the mixture, spread. Lift the rolled egg a little to spread the mixture under it. When the edges start to turn roll the egg again. Repeat until all the egg mixture is consumed.
Now cut the egg into one-inch pieces. Place the cut side up (the side where you see the egg swirls) Cut diagonally and then turn one of them upside down. Attach to make the heart shaped egg omelet.
Cut Sausages in half. Make cross incision on it and then make another incision on it. Pan fry the sausage, the snowflakes pattern will begin to open.
Place Salad leaves on the base of the box. Position Olaf, fill up the spaces with Heart-shaped Egg Omelet, Sausage snowflakes, berries and nuggets.
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