Thursday, February 8, 2007

Coloured Rice Balls on Skewers with Egg Rolls

It just gets better. The ideas to make my boy's meal I mean. No, spoon, fork or chopsticks is required for today's meal. And it's really colourful. Pink, brown, green (yah, it looks like black) and yellow. Oh, and orange! He had Mandarin orange as an after meal fruit.

I'll definitely make this again (cos he finished the whole lot!) and I'll take picture of it with a proper camera (took this with my mobile phone camera).

  • Cooked rice
  • Denbu aka fish floss (it's the pink one)
  • Furikake aka rice toppings (it's the brown one)
  • Nori aka roasted seaweed (it's the dark green one that looks like black)
  • 1 Egg, scrambled
  • 1 Hotdog, steamed for 3 minutes
  • 2 Crabstick, steamed for 3 minutes
  • 1/2 teaspoon butter
How to do it:
  1. Roll rice into a balls and coat them with Denbu, Furikake & Nori.
  2. Use a skewer to hold them.
  3. Heat frying pan with butter.
  4. Pour egg into pan. Swirl the pan to spread the egg.
  5. When the egg is about 90% cooked, place crabstick and hotdog on the edge and roll.
  6. Cook for another 20 seconds.
  7. Remove and cut into smaller pieces.
  8. Serve together with rice balls.
No further seasonings are used. I chopped a piece of nori into tiny pieces so it's easy to coat.


  1. tempting man!! no wonder ur son can 'wallup' all! hahaa

  2. Been following your blog, but didnt really put some "action" onto it.. hehe!! only today. made some of the egg rolls with sausage & crab stick & rice mould into star & heart shape with sprinkles of carrots, ham and some tomato on it. Gosh!! my kids love them. Ask me to make for them everyday. And my son says MUMMY so clever. Finish their rice without me nagging.. Thanks for tips in your blog.. & will try to make more nice stuffs for the kids. Keep it up!!