Step-by-Step Guide to Make Quick Double Ham Ribbons For Charaben (Decorative Bentos)_5fafe1de4a5de.jpeg

Step-by-Step Guide to Make Quick Double Ham Ribbons For Charaben (Decorative Bentos)

Double Ham Ribbons For Charaben (Decorative Bentos)
Double Ham Ribbons For Charaben (Decorative Bentos)

Hello everybody, it’s Brad, welcome to my recipe site. Today, we’re going to prepare a special dish, double ham ribbons for charaben (decorative bentos). One of my favorites food recipes. This time, I will make it a bit tasty. This is gonna smell and look delicious.

Double Ham Ribbons For Charaben (Decorative Bentos) is one of the most well liked of current trending meals in the world. It is enjoyed by millions every day. It’s easy, it is quick, it tastes yummy. They are nice and they look fantastic. Double Ham Ribbons For Charaben (Decorative Bentos) is something which I have loved my entire life.

To begin with this recipe, we have to first prepare a few ingredients. You can cook double ham ribbons for charaben (decorative bentos) using 4 ingredients and 14 steps. Here is how you can achieve that.

The ingredients needed to make Double Ham Ribbons For Charaben (Decorative Bentos):
  1. Take 2 slice Ham
  2. Get 1 dash Parsley (optional)
  3. Make ready 1 Toothpick or pick
  4. Prepare 1 cup or a spice bottle lid etc. to use as a cutter
Steps to make Double Ham Ribbons For Charaben (Decorative Bentos):
  1. Have the ham at room temperature.
  2. Cut the ham out. Press into the ham while twisting your cutter back and forth. (I used a 6 cm diameter cup here.) The lid of my chicken stock granule jar was 5.5 cm in diameter.
  3. If you can’t cut the ham out neatly in Step 2, go around your cutter with a toothpick.
  4. Cut out the piece of ribbon that will go around the middle as shown in the photo.
  5. Pinch the circle of ham from Step 2 in the middle as shown in the photo. (I secured it with a toothpick so that it’s easy to see. Don’t worry if the ham tears a bit.)
  6. Wrap the piece from Step 4 around the middle of the bow, where the toothpick is. Secure with a decorative bento or cocktail pick of your choice, and it’s done.
  7. I sprinkled it with dried parsley here to make it more colorful!
  8. Please also see- “Just 1 Slice Ham Ribbon (Decorative Bento)”!
  9. I flipped over the ribbon from Step 5 to make an onigiri (rice ball). (I secured the ribbon on the rice ball with a long piece of thin pasta.)
  10. Here’s a question from COOKPAD user, Butasan Team, “If you are going to cook the ham, should you make the ribbon before or after cooking it?” So I tested it out!
  11. If you cook the ham before making it into a ribbon: It looks a bit stiff, but I could form it into a ribbon! The entire slice of ham cooked evenly.
  12. If you form the ribbon before cooking it: only a portion of the ham’s surface will cook . If you use this method be sure to secure the ribbon with a toothpick!
  13. I put the two versions side by side so you can see the difference. Left (1 ribbon) – cooked first; right (2 ribbons) – cooked after forming.
  14. In Step 12, if you cook the ham before forming the ribbon, cool it down a bit before handling it. Just for reference.

So that is going to wrap it up for this exceptional food double ham ribbons for charaben (decorative bentos) recipe. Thanks so much for your time. I’m confident that you can make this at home. There’s gonna be more interesting food at home recipes coming up. Don’t forget to save this page in your browser, and share it to your family, colleague and friends. Thanks again for reading. Go on get cooking!

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