BREAKFAST EAT WELL QUICK & EASY WESTERN CUISINES

French Toast

28/09/2019
French Toast
Sandwiches have a short shelf life (2-3 days) and are best when used right after opening the packaging. Sometimes, there is leftover bread in your house that you don't know what to do with them. Take this as a suggestion! With a simple, time-saving way, you have a sweet breakfast. “French Toast” is a popular breakfast in Western countries, which simply is bread dipped in eggs and then fried. Normally people will fry a whole loaf of bread at the size of a hand, and when eating, they use a knife to cut into small pieces to fit the mouth. I'm going to stylize this dish a little bit by frying the sandwiches in the form of sticks Half will be served with dried fruits and honey for my husband and half will be served with a banana and chocolate for me.
Ingredients
  • 3-4 sandwich
  • 2 chicken eggs
  • 1/2 tsp liquid vanilla
  • 1pinch salt
  • butter
  • honey
  • chocolate sauce
  • ripe bananas
Instructions
  1. Use scissors to cut each sandwich into long sticks - about 1cm width.
  2. Beat the egg into a bowl and beat with a whisk. Add salt and vanilla.
  3. Turn on the stove to heat the pan. Cover the pan evenly with a layer of butter. Dip each breadstick in the egg so that the egg sticks to the breadsticks. Put each stick in the butter pan, fry until the breadsticks are golden brown all sides. Take out the breadsticks and oil-blot and then lay it on a plate.
  4. Sprinkle honey or chocolate sauce on top and add dried fruits
Recipe Notes
  • Use a flat pan to avoid butter stagnant in the center of the pan, otherwise, the bread will be wet, not crunchy and too oily.
  • How to evenly spread the butter on the pan: use the brush to spread the melted butter on the pan, or rub the piece of butter on the pan when the pan is hot, the bottom layer of butter will melt.
  • Sandwich can be replaced with other types of bread (optional), and apply the same recipe.
  • You can replace dried fruits into fresh fruits such as strawberries, grapes, bananas, apples, cherries

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