French Toast

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French toast is one of the easiest and tastiest way to eat bread and egg. All you need is bread, eggs and some spices and you have a tasty breakfast in front of you. I make this regularly in order to get my daughter to eat eggs. She doesn’t like it scrambled or as an omelette. So I make french toast and she devours it happily.

French toast is usually on the sweet side of things but you can always skip the sugar and add some herbs and cheese and make a savory version of it. Here, I have made both versions because the daughter and the husband like it sweet while I prefer the savory way.

So here goes –

WHAT WE NEED

Bread slices                                     8

Eggs                                                   2

Milk                                                   2 tbsp

Butter to toast the bread slices

If you are making the sweet version

Cinnamon                                       1/4 tsp

Sugar                                                2 tsp

If you are making the savory version

Mixed herbs / thyme                    1/4 tsp

Grated cheddar cheese                 2 tsp

Salt

WHAT TO DO

  • Cut the bread slices diagonally into 2 triangles each
  • Beat the eggs and keep them in a wide mouthed vessel
  • Add the milk
  • Add sugar and cinnamon or herbs, cheese and salt as per your preference and mix well
  • Heat butter in a tava / pan
  • Place 2 slices of bread in the egg mixture and let it soak the mixture for 30 seconds on each side
  • Lift the slices and let the excess mixture drain out to the vessel
  • Place the slices on the buttered tava and toast till golden brown on both sides
  • Repeat the procedure for the other slices
  • Serve warm
  • Enjoy!

 

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