Use plastic wrap to shape the rice into the balls.
Arrange the rice balls in the bento box and add the food around it.
If you place a rolled egg omelet between the legs, it will help to keep the posture.
Finally, create the mouth, eyes, eyebrows, and buttons with nori. Use sautéed carrots to make the nose. Use a gyoza skin to make the whites of the eyes (using a straw) and tooth.
Toast the spaghetti in a toaster oven and snap it for the arms and hair. Be careful not to let it burn.
Story Behind this Recipe
My eldest daughter really wanted to go see this movie. I was also rather impressed by it, so I made this for her abacus school's picnic lunchbox. I thought that Anna and Elsa were quite difficult, but Olaf would be easy. She was so happy and it was simple to do.
This time, I used gyoza skins, but you can use daikon radishes, cheese, potatoes, hanpen, kamaboko, etc., to make the white pieces.