Number of servings: 1
300g (10.5oz.) cooked rice
50g (1.8oz.) minced onion
2 tbsp. ketchup
1 tbsp. cooking oil
((Blanket & Pillow))
((Yellow Bird etc...))
black sesame seeds
sliced American cheese
Oshaburi Kombu (chewing Kombu kelp snack)
Heat cooking oil in a frying pan and saute the minced onion until tender. Add cooked rice and stir-fry. Then season with ketchup and salt.
((Blanket & Pillow))
Beat 2 eggs in a bowl. Heat cooking oil in a pan and make a thin omelette. If you don't have a rectangle omelette pan, you can make a circle thin omelette and cut it later. *using 2 eggs, you can make 3 sheets of omelette: 1 spare one as a backup
1. Wrap some ketchup rice in a sheet of omelette to make a pillow.
2. Use a plastic wrap and form the ketchup rice into the body parts of Rilakkuma. Then put together.
3. Use a chicken nugget to make a Yellow Bird (Kiiroitori). Make a beak with carrot and black sesame seeds. Make (insert) feathers using Oshaburi Kombu. Make eyes with Nori sheet.
4. Decorate the details of Rilakkuma using sliced American cheese and Nori sheet.
5. Put a sheet of omelette blanket over them.
6. Garnish with sausages, cooked broccoli, and cherry tomato. Serve with ketchup if you like.
And a midnight snack of students, to snack your child!
In addition, snacks, for diet!
Please use salad oil or butter
It is OK even over your favorite "sauce". It is good to put the Anne.
You can also pumpkin and sweet potato and instead of potatoes.
Two thirds of the amount of potato starch potato
Or salad oil - butter
Nanakusagayu is the seven-herb rice porridge that we eat in the morning of January 7th to bring longevity and health.
Below are the nanakusa (seven herbs):
- Seri (water dropwort, Oenanthe javanica)
- Nazuna (shepherd's purse)
- Gogyō (cudweed, gnaphalium affine)
- Hakobera (chickweed, stellaria media)
- Hotokenoza (nipplewort, lapsana apogonoides)
- Suzuna (turnip)
- Suzushiro (Daikon)
Of course you can only use daikon radish or whatever ingredients you like to cook this porridge! Good for your stomach after a big meal ;)
Nanakusagayu (Seven-Herb Rice Porridge)
Difficulty: Very Easy
Number of servings: 2
70g Nanakusa (seven herbs)
250g (8.8oz.) cooked white rice (Japanese short-grain rice)
a pinch of salt
1. Wash Nanakusa.
2. Lightly boil Nanakusa, cut roots, and chop.
3. Lightly wash the cooked white rice if you don't prefer gooey texture. Don't wash if you like thick porridge.
4. Bring the water to a boil and add the rice.
5. Add Nanakusa, lightly season with salt, and serve!
Add toasted mochi if you like! It goes great with the porridge and fills your stomach ;)