Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Bento 115 - Smurfy Valentine

I have been wanting to try on some egg sheets again. I made some blue egg sheets with a tiny drop of blue food colouring on egg white and pan fried it with low heat.
But I still can't make a smooth one, there are still bubbles on the surface.
However I just use them to make Smurfs as the sky blue is just right. Cut two pieces of sammies by using round cutter. Then place the oval shape egg sheets on the sammies for the face. Trim the bread as the Smurf hats and Cheese for Smurfette's blond hair.
Add a few grapes and a mini mandarin orange with a ring on it. The heart was cut out from strawberry swissroll. I have also put in a half boiled egg in another layer of the bento box too.. but didn't take a photo of it.
Most probably I won't be free to make cute bento for my boy next week, so wish you all Happy Valentine's!

25 comments:

  1. Absosmurfily awesome and super cute!

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    1. Thanks! bentoriffic..
      la la lalala, la lala la la..

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    1. I am also trying my luck to give my first try.. glad it turn out Smurfy good..

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  3. This is so cute for Valentine bento! Wish you an early Happy Valentine's Day :)

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    1. Thanks Lia, Wish you a Sweet Valentine's Day too!

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  4. hi Yenn, thanks for dropping by my blog.. and welcome to the bento community..I just hop over to your blog too.. you made nice bentos too.. :)

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    1. Hi, Bobo.. why i can't find comment button, i think there is problem with my eyes.

      I love your smurf, they are wonderful. Hmm.. I think i will copy your smurf one day. Is that ok? ^^

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    2. Hi Yuli, i think i have the same problem when i browse some other blog too.. i think is the changes in the google setting..
      i have to clicke subscribe to comment at bottom then the comments box appear.
      so how did you make this comment then?
      Thanks, of course you can.. i always blog hopping getting new ideas and inspiration too..

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  5. Too cute!!! I haven't been brave enough to try egg sheets yet but I think I'll have to :)

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    1. Hi Karen, its not difficult, just not easy to get the perfect egg sheets.. me too.. will keep trying..

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  6. Very nice! I must try out smurf too, my boys love them. :)

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    1. Thanks! i can't wait to see your smurf bentos!

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  7. First time visiting your blog. This is super cute, I love it :)

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    1. Thanks for dropping by my blog..:)

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    1. Hi Corey! Glad the little blue cuties brighten up our day!

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    1. Thanks for comments, it means a lot to me!

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  10. Your egg sheet looks good. Mine are never perfectly smooth, but they are so nice to work with! Very cute Smurfs!

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  11. Hi Diana, if you look closer, you will find they are like the moon surface..lol..

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  12. Oh, such cute Smurfs! I love it. You did a great job!

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  13. So cute! Are you starting your egg sheets on a low-heat and steaming? Because that's what I do for my vegan ones and if it there is any high heat before they firm up a touch it starts getting bubbly.

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