Introduction: Pirate on My Plate
A cute & healthy lunch to add some fun to the dining tables . Easy to make and yummy to eat too !!
1slice whole wheat bread
1red bell pepper
2 black olives
a tiny piece of capsicum
1large organic radish green /spinach
Step 1: Trimming the Bell Pepper
Trim the end of the bell pepper and cut it into 3 parts .Cut out 2 large rectangular pieces from a side.
Step 2: Placing the Bell Pepper on Bread
Place a wholewheat bread on a plate and arrange the pepper as shown .
Step 3: Trimming the Veggies
Using a piping tip or bottle cap cut out small circles from 2carrot slices ,keep the rings aside. Cut a small square from green capsicum .Slightly trim the edges of the radish green into thin strips.
Step 4: Making Feature Cutouts
Divide 1olive into vertical half for making eyes and nose .Slice and divide the second horizontally for making moustache. Cut a few tiny circles from cheese slice using a piece of drinking straw.
Step 5: Arranging the Pirate Face
Arrange the cheese polkas , carrot ear rings and radish greens beard and eye patch strip on the bread face.
Step 6: Adding the Features
Make the eye with a small cucumber slice ,topped with olive , place the capsicum piece as eyepatch and carrot ear rings. Finally place the olive nose and moustache. Ahoy Matey the pirate is all done.
Step 7: Cutouts for Parrot
For the parrot - Take 4 kiwi slices , divide the slices as shown in the pic. Cut out a small triangular piece for beak from red pepper . Divide olive into horizontal half.
Step 8: Adding Final Touch
Arrange the 2whole slices of kiwi for parrots body , and halves and strips for the wings and feet respectively. Finally place the bell pepper beak and olive eye to complete the look.
Step 9: Creating Fun Elements
Divide 2 cucumber slices in half for the cloud and boat. Cut a thin cheese strip for making the waves and a small red pepper triangle for mast.
Step 10: Our Pirate Is Ready
Finally place the cucumber clouds , cucumber and pepper ship and cheese waves and let the Pirate fun begin.
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