Sunday, 15 January 2012

Surprised Rilakkuma Bento



I think my Rilakkumas look more worried than surprised...;)???


The last time I made Rilakkuma-themed bento was around half a year ago. Since Rilakkuma is pretty easy to make and it's quite cute too, whenever I am stuck on what to make or whenever I am too lazy to do something more complicated, Rilakkuma is a good choice I think :).



I cut out the white and dark yellow cheese Rilakkuma with my teddy bear cutter. As usual, the eyes, nose and mouth are made out of nori. The surprised cheese Rilakkuma are sitting on top of fried rice onigiri. The two Rilakkuma bears in the middle are made out of fried rice, each of them is holding a Rilakkuma food pick :).

I also had three homemade pan-fried kimchi mandu, cherry tomatoes, rucola, a few slices of cucumber, a few pieces of strawberries, grapes and mango cubes.




I have made some Rilakkuma-themed bento lunches in the past, if you are curious to see them, here they are:

Have a great weekend :)! I hope I can come up with another bento tomorrow, so stay tuned :)!


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21 comments:

  1. I am looking at this with my daughter and we both love it! :-)

    Ciao!
    Alessandra and Arantxa

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  2. very cute little bento..


    Aarthi
    http://yummytummy-aarthi.blogspot.com/

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  3. So cute! How I wish I'm as patient as you in making beautiful bentos like this one!

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  4. So cute, tasty and healthy looking! The rilakkuma's do look a bit more worried...but I think that's to be expected when you're about to be eaten! ^^

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  5. Aww, this is absolutely lovely! Easy to make? Well, not for me! :D

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  6. I have been wondering if you would ever run out of bento ideas.... apparently never...:)

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  7. So pretty CG :) Thanks for linking to the Wiki page about Rilakkuma... I have to admit that I thought it was something from Finland when I first saw the blog-post title :D

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  8. Arhh, so cute!!!! Super adorable! The hand gesture totally shows "surprised" than sad. I love the plum flower with tooth pick. Really lovely!

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  9. Love them all! Those rilakkuma from cheese are fine job, I thought they were barans initially.. Well done..

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  10. Nice presentation! Everything looks appetizing.

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  11. nicely done, Sin
    everything looks adorable :)

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  12. I still remember some of your rilakkuma bentos! This one is particularly beautiful.

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  13. Wo hast Du denn die tollen Rilakkuma Picks und Bilder her?

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  14. @saffron and coriander - ich hab die Picks von ebay gekauft, und die andere Rilakkuma sind keine Bilder, sie sind aus Kaese gemacht :-) .

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  15. @ Saffron and Coriander - They are no baran, as I mentioned in my post above, they are made out of cheese (white: goat cheese and dark yellow: cheddar cheese). I used my teddy bear cutter to make them. Maybe I'll do a tutorial on how to make them one day, they're actually pretty simple to make :). The food picks, I bought them from Ebay.

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  16. I have never found a beautiful site like this. It is very useful for my life. Think it is very difficult for us to seek an other site with more information like your one. Thank for posting. ". I bought some of these at PIJ! So cute! I’m going to buy more. I think there is still other merchandise. I have a great product here.
    Can wait to have this!! http://bit.ly/rilakkumastrawberry

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  17. Ten points for your creativity. @ http://bit.ly/rilakkumastrawberry I didn't know that PIJ also have these. I thought they're more into Rilakkuma rainbow, plushes, and forest. I wanna buy one too.

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  18. I like your design! very nice idea

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