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Thread: French Toast Recipes & Tips

  1. #19

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    Yeah, bring on the savoury-french-toast-people!

    My preference is for plain (egg + milk mix) french toast and served with salt. mmmm Never understood the sweet thing.


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    Doughnut French Toast
    Recipe courtesy Nigella Lawson, 2007

    Cook Time
    5 min
    Level
    Easy
    Yield
    2 servings

    Ingredients
    2 eggs
    1/2 cup full fat milk
    4 teaspoons vanilla extract
    4 slices from a small white loaf or 2 slices from a large white loaf, each large slice cut in half
    1-ounce butter, plus a drop flavourless oil, for frying
    1/4 cup sugar

    Directions
    Beat the eggs with the milk and vanilla in a wide shallow bowl.

    Soak the bread halves in the eggy mixture for 5 minutes a side.

    Heat the butter and oil in a frying pan/skillet, fry the egg-soaked bread until golden and scorched in parts on both sides.

    Put the sugar onto a plate and then dredge the cooked bread until coated like a sugared doughnut.

    Strawberry Sauce

    4 to 5 strawberries (I often do a punnet)

    place in blender

    add icing sugar 1/4 cup

    a squirt of lemon juice

    blend together and then pour over french toast
    Chocolate-filled French toast
    Recipe by Bill Granger from BILL'S HOLIDAY


    3 eggs
    185 ml (6 fl oz/3/4 cup) milk
    1 tablespoon caster (superfine) sugar
    A pinch of salt
    1 tablespoon unsalted butter
    8 slices white bread
    100 g (31/2 oz) milk or dark chocolate, chopped
    To Serve
    Icing (Confectioner’s) sugar

    Whisk together the eggs, milk, caster sugar and salt in a flat dish. Heat the butter in a large frying pan over medium heat.
    Dip two slices of the bread into the egg mixture, turning them over until they are completely coated. Put them in the frying pan and sprinkle each one with a quarter of the chopped
    chocolate. Soak another two slices of bread in the egg mixture and put on top of the chocolate bread in the pan to make sandwiches. Press lightly with a spatula to seal the edges.
    Cook for 3 minutes each side or until golden brown. Remove from the pan and serve immediately or keep warm while you make the other two sandwiches. Serve dusted with icing sugar.

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    You gotta love Nigella Recipes....her chocolate brownie one..mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

    I do a simple french toast

    1 egg for every two slices of bread
    about 1/5 cup milk to one egg, depending on how many eggs you use
    pinch of salt
    A sprinkle of Worcestshire sauce

    fry it up....then have it with Steak sauce. yummo

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    Rouge- The recipe for French Toast that you posted on the first page, when do you add the sugar? Sounds yum and i wanna give it a go!

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    Ohhh...I have bread baking right now...and strawberries that need to be used....hmmm....

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    Sorry I should have said I add the sugar to the egg mix

    And don't forget you can french toast other things...

    Waffles... Crossaints... Brioche *mmmmmm*... Fruit loaf... and *drum roll* my fave of faves BANANA BREAD

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    Mmm making Chocolate-filled French toast right now, thanks Rouge

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    Needing comfort food so more chocolate-filled french toast happening here. I like it with some vanilla ice cream, yum!

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    Rouge can i have it too please.

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    i made the donut french toast last night and OMG no one told me french toast was soooo good, i was a french toast virgin!

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    didi if you look up you'll see the recipes.

    Olive I'm so glad you got to experience the joy that is french toast

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