11/06/2021 15:39

Simple Way to Prepare Delicious Cherry Blossom Viewing Lunch Box (Great For Kids)

by Lillian Underwood

Cherry Blossom Viewing Lunch Box (Great For Kids)
Cherry Blossom Viewing Lunch Box (Great For Kids)

Hello everybody, it’s Brad, welcome to my recipe site. Today, I’m gonna show you how to prepare a special dish, cherry blossom viewing lunch box (great for kids). It is one of my favorites. For mine, I am going to make it a little bit unique. This will be really delicious.

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To get started with this particular recipe, we have to prepare a few components. You can have cherry blossom viewing lunch box (great for kids) using 11 ingredients and 9 steps. Here is how you cook that.

The ingredients needed to make Cherry Blossom Viewing Lunch Box (Great For Kids):
  1. Make ready 1 Tiny hamburgers
  2. Make ready 1 Boiled quail eggs and meat balls
  3. Make ready 1 Karaage (Japanese fried chicken)
  4. Make ready 1 Mario Brother's Super Mushroom
  5. Take 1 Chikuwa
  6. Get 1 Sliced pork "flower" wrap
  7. Make ready 1 Rolled sandwiches (ham and cheese)
  8. Take 1 Rolled sandwiches (nori and ham)
  9. Get 1 Wiener sausage flower shaped
  10. Prepare 1 Chakin kabocha squash bundles
  11. Get 1 Rolled kamaboko

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Instructions to make Cherry Blossom Viewing Lunch Box (Great For Kids):
  1. Mini Hamburgers: Cut the meat balls in half. Slice the cherry tomato horizontally, and cut the sliced cheese into 9 equal sections. Skewer and secure (including some lettuce) with a food pick.
  2. Super Mushroom: Cut the cherry tomato in half. Remove seeds and fill with some mayonnaise. Place it on the boiled quail egg. With a straw, cut small round shapes out of the sliced cheese. Decorate the top of the tomato with them to make a "super mushroom".
  3. Cut the chikuwa lengthwise. Make shallow crisscross cut on inside surface. Place the filling on the outside and roll it up. Secure with 2 food picks and cut in half.
  4. Cut the carrot into thin rectangular slices. Microwave the carrot and green beans together. Season the sliced pork with salt and pepper and wrap the vegetables. Season with your favorite sauce.
  5. Cut the kamaboko into 2-5 mm slices. Roll it up and secure it with a toothpick.
  6. Chakin kabocha squash bundles: Microwave the kabocha squash, mash it while still hot, and add salt, pepper and mayonnaise. Form into little dumplings with plastic wrap.
  7. Here is a picture of tiny hamburgers, karaage fried chicken, Super Mushrooms, rolled chikuwa, and the sliced pork "flower" wraps.
  8. These are the rolled sandwiches, broccoli, flower wiener sausage, corn cream croquettes, rolled kamaboko, and the chakin kabocha squash bundles.
  9. Rice balls and inarizushi: (seasoned ground chicken, edamame, and imitation crab with mayonnaise) and (seasoned ground chicken, sakura denbu / fluffy pink flaked fish, and flower shaped carrot).

Learn all about the ancient tradition of flower viewing in Japan! This is an easy, kid-friendly lesson on Hanami, or the Cherry Blossom Festival, and the importance of the sakura, or cherry. As peek bloom sneaks up on us quickly; I want to share about some fun and creative cherry blossom activities to do with kids. Today we had a blast going to Hains park to play and take in the breath taking views. Than we came home and created some beautiful pieces of art.

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