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These days I have been thinking of many ideas to “cutetify” my daughter’s food, because she likes to see cute stuff! It’s also partly because I am trying to make her eat more, since she has some picky eating habit.
The other day I made some pandan rice, so I thought I could make some Keroppi rice ball. It’s quite easy to make!
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I love to make flavored rice for my family; pandan rice is one of them! You can simply blend some pandan leaves with water (weight of pandan leaves: water is 1:10), and use it to cook the rice.
If you don’t have pandan water, you can also add in some spinach powder into the water while cooking the rice.
To make the rice retain the round shape, I recommend short grain rice.
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Cute Keroppi rice that is bound to make your kids love it!
- Pandan Rice (I used some pandan water + more water top-up + coconut oil to steam the rice)
- Cheese Slice
- Nori Sheet
- Cling Wrap
- Circle Cutter
- Small Scissors for food
Take a portion of the pandan rice, according to your child's serving size. Place the rice on a piece of cling wrap, and shape into a round ball shape. Flatten the rice ball slightly.
Cut out 2 circles on the cheese, using circle cutter for the eyes. You can also pan fry egg white into egg sheet, and cut it out. Place onto rice ball.
Using your scissors, cut out 2 small circles for the eyes, 2 rectangular strips for the V shape mouth outline. Place them onto the rice ball.
Using a toothpick, dab 2 small circles of ketchup onto the cheeks of Keroppi. And you're done!
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