Something for the middle (kamaboko, imitation crab stick, sausage, etc.)
a small amount
Make a thin omelette in a frying pan.
Once cooled, cut the omelette to an appropriate width and fold in half. Create a fringe with some cuts as shown in the photo. The fringe should be made to the folded edge.
Add an ingredient to the center (though you don't have to) and wrap the omelette around.
Once rolled, use short piece of uncooked spaghetti at the end to fix everything in place (You could also use a toothpick instead).
They will look like this when added to a lunchbox.
Story Behind this Recipe
Someone asked me how to make these kinds of flower decorations for bento boxes, so I decided to upload the recipe here.
This flower would also look just as pretty if you used ham or egg whites instead. If you cut too far into the omelette the petals may come out too far and be hard to gather up. It's best to put in slightly smaller cuts.