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How To Make French Toast - Simple And Delicious Recipe

By Edited Nov 13, 2013 0 0

French toast was first introduced by European cooks in medieval times.Food was scarce and they understood that old and stale bread could be re-cooked and made into something delicious.

Cooks added eggs to their stale bread for added moisture and protein. Medieval dishes for how to make French toast also suggest that this meal was also a treat that rich people enjoyed, since recipe books at this time were compiled by and for the rich.

You will find many versions for making French toast available. For instance: with added cinnamon, full of cream cheese, baked, and so forth. In the following paragraphs, we'll make a simple French toast recipe for just two people.

The instructions in this article are about how to make French toast with simple recipe instructions. It is easy to create and will provide enough energy to begin your morning with. For anyone who has a square-formed bread (white, wheat or wonderbread), half a mug of milk along with a non-stick fry pan, you're virtually ready to start making your French toast breakfast.

How to Make French Toast - Cooking Instructions:

To make French toast, you will need the following ingredients: 2 eggs, 1/2 cup milk, 4 slices of bread - square shaped, 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon (optional), powdered sugar and syrup (optional)

Simple French toast will require between two to three minutes to create, based on stovetop temperature and just how fast the top of fry pan become hot, which somewhat is dependent on the material from the cooking surface.

Make use of a shallow bowl to crack the eggs into. Add milk and mix before the eggs are completely built-into the mix. Dip the bread in to the bowl and switch it to make sure that each side is surrounded with the egg and milk mix. If you would like your French toast to possess a thicker texture, press the bread together with your fingers, and let the bread take in the egg mix for just a few minutes.

Put the fry pan on the stovetop and set it on medium temperature, or slightly under medium. It is important to not burn the toast, since the egg can burn easily. Spray the pan with vegetable oil spray, or place just a little bit of butter onto it and wait until it's totally melted before placing the bread into the pan.

At this time, your bread has absorbed the egg mixture and you're prepared to put it onto the top of hot fry pan. Now just turn the bread once or twice until the toast browns to the preferred level.

If you want to know how to make your French toast crispier, the secret is to put a thin layer of butter on both of the bread slices with a butter knife. Then, put the two slices of bread around the pan and wait for about two minutes until they're grilled on sides. This should be done before sinking it in to the egg and milk mixture. Use a spatula to turn the bread over every 30 seconds to a minute, depending on how hot the pan is.

Do this until your French toast is as crispy as you want it to be. The important thing here is timing. Fry the bread until you attain the golden brown color. With some practice, you'll get better at cooking your toast to the perfect golden brown color, however it takes some patience. The quantity of butter you apply to the slices of bread will affect its crispiness. The more butter you put on the bread, the crispier your toast will end up.

You could make use of the toaster instead of frying the slices of bread to get the preferred crispiness. Remember to put the butter on both sides, even if you toast it. Spreadable butter is most effective.

Now that you've got two pre-toasted, or pre-grilled slices of bread, dip it in the egg and milk mixture. Wait just a few minutes, and place it into the hot fry pan again.


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