Oricorio Pom-Pom

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Oricorio

Oricorio is an avian Pokémon that can change between four markedly different forms. The form it takes on depends on the kind of nectar it consumes. All forms have a light pink beak, thin legs, and dark eyes with white pupils.

In its Baile Style, which resides in Ula’ula Island, Oricorio is covered in red feathers with two lines of black feathers across each of its wings and tail. Its plumage resembles a frilly flamenco dress. Baile Style Oricorio is very passionate and exudes power when it dances, and can get fiercely angry if it is given the wrong orders. It throws off downy fluff when it dances that it can ignite to perform a fiery dance attack.

In its Pom-Pom Style, residing in Melemele Island, Oricorio is primarily yellow. Most of its body is pale yellow with a line of longer feathers around its waist like a skirt. Pom-Pom Style Oricorio’s dancing charges its feathers with static electricity. While charged, its feathers can be used to attack and unleash electric shocks. It will also use its dancing to cheer up people who are feeling glum, but will also use this as an opening to shock unsuspecting foes.

In its Pa’u Style, residing in Akala Island, Oricorio has pink feathers. Its main body is a dark pink, while most of its other feathers are varying shades of pink. Pa’u Style Oricorio can be difficult to deal with due to its laid-back nature. It uses its dance to focus its mind and increase its psychic power. The dance is also said to be an offering of thanks to its guardian deity. It gets caught up in dancing that it sometimes ignores its Trainer’s orders.

In its Sensu Style, residing in Poni Island, Oricorio’s feathers are mainly purple. Sensu Style Oricorio is a calm and collected Pokémon. Through its dance, it draws in nearby spirits and borrows their power to fight. Its dance reminds people who migrated from Kanto of their homeland.

Oricorio Baile Style
Oricorio Pom-Pom Style
Oricorio Trading Cards
Oricorio Trading Cards
Oricorio Sensu Style
Oricorio Pa'u Style

Colourful Oricorio Omelette Muffins

Yields12 ServingsDifficultyIntermediate
Prep Time5 minsCook Time25 minsTotal Time30 mins

Oricorio are great little birds that change appearance and typing depending on what nectar they drink. They're interesting pokemon as you can change up your fighting style without switching your team.

I chose omelette muffins as the inspired by meal because of the changing textures each cup has. Whilst they all have the same ingredients, each cup will bake slightly differently but still produce extravagant colours. You could also go the further mile by adding different vegetables to each cup to match the different appearances of Oricorio.

 8 Eggs
 120 ml Milk
 100 g Cheese (grated)
 1 Red Bell Pepper (diced)
 3 Spring Onions (thinly sliced)

1

Preheat over to 180ºC. Grease the insides of a nonstick muffin tin or use greaseproof paper cups in a muffin tin.

2

In a bowl, add the eggs and milk and whisk until well mixed. Stir in the cheese and a pinch of salt.

3

Evenly add the diced bell pepper and sliced spring onions to the muffin cups and pour in the mixture into each cup.

4

Bake for 20-25 minutes until the eggs are cooked. Cool for 5 minutes before serving. Store uneaten muffins in the fridge or freezer.

Ingredients

 8 Eggs
 120 ml Milk
 100 g Cheese (grated)
 1 Red Bell Pepper (diced)
 3 Spring Onions (thinly sliced)

Directions

1

Preheat over to 180ºC. Grease the insides of a nonstick muffin tin or use greaseproof paper cups in a muffin tin.

2

In a bowl, add the eggs and milk and whisk until well mixed. Stir in the cheese and a pinch of salt.

3

Evenly add the diced bell pepper and sliced spring onions to the muffin cups and pour in the mixture into each cup.

4

Bake for 20-25 minutes until the eggs are cooked. Cool for 5 minutes before serving. Store uneaten muffins in the fridge or freezer.

Colourful Oricorio Omelette Muffins
Colourful Oricorio Omelette Muffins
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