Using Rice Mold to Make Bread Ball

When I make the Hello Kitty Bread ball using my rice molds a few days ago, I didn’t give a 2nd thought that it’s a good idea.  But I received feedback from friends that they need instructions.  So here it is, instruction on how you can use rice mold to make bread ball. 🙂

Description for each step are under each picture.

How to Make Bread Ball using Rice Mold.

Cut the sides of the bread

Cut the sides of the bread

 

Put spread on the bread

Put spread on the bread

Bring the 4 corners of the bread together

Bring the 4 corners of the bread together

After bringing in the 4 corners, bring the sides to the middle too. Press and hold to stick them together slightly.

After bringing in the 4 corners, bring the sides to the middle too. Press and hold to stick them together slightly.

Put the bread into the rice mold with smooth side up.  Shape the bread within the mold.

Put the bread into the rice mold with smooth side up. Shape the bread within the mold.

Insert the rice mold cover and press in.

Insert the rice mold cover and press in.

Take out the rice mold cover and we are nearly done.

Take out the rice mold cover and we are nearly done.

Add facial features using nori, edible markers, ham, cheese, etc.

Add facial features using nori, edible markers, ham, cheese, etc.

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3 responses to “Using Rice Mold to Make Bread Ball

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  2. I’m really new in bento making and I’m glad I found this and other bento ideas on your blog! Thanks~ adding your blog to my blogroll too ^^

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