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VIDEO&RECIPE: How to make Kyaraben dinosaur eggs!

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We’ll  show you a video of how to make dinosaur eggs for your Kyaraben.

Please make use of this recipe for your Karyaben.

When you make lunch boxes for your child of nursery school, kindergarten or primary school, many of you might think “I want to make Kyaraben, but don’t know how!” or “Want to know tips of Kyaraben or useful tools for Kyaraben”.

Now let’s change easy-to-eat rice balls or side dish into favorite character for boys and girls, so that they enjoy their happy lunch time!

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How to make a dinosaur egg


Ingredients

Quail egg

Boiled green soybean

Tools

Straw

Toothpick

Directions

1. Fist, take up the beans from the pod , pill the skin and divide it half.

2. Rake holes using the straw.

3. Then cut soybeans using the same straw and put them into the holes.

4. Dinosaur egg! You can make it any color by using cheese, ham, Kanikama(crab-flavored kamaboko) or any vegetables like cucumber, red pepper, just anything which can cut by your straw.

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