Thursday, 1 May 2014

Recipe: French Toast

French Toast1

To me, French Toast is the sophisticated name for something my grandma always make for our family. Growing up, this pan fried bread dipped in egg is a great way to finish up any leftover or old bread.

Here’s the recipe my grandma use to whip up this simple snack for all of us at home.

French Toast (serves 1)


2                eggs
2 slices     bread
1 tsp         sugar (optional)
A dash of salt

1 tbsp       honey
1 tbsp       butter

Back home, French Toast was pan fried with ordinary cooking oil instead of butter and eaten plain without honey and berries. Since honey is part of my usual groceries and berries are so easily available in London, I topped my French Toast with some honey and berries for extra flavour.


1. Beat 2 eggs with sugar and a dash of salt.

2. Over medium heat, melt the butter on a non-stick pan. Soak the bread in the egg mixture and place into the pan. Pan fry for 2-3 minutes on medium heat until both side is golden brown.

French Toast
Make sure both sides of the bread is soaked with egg

3. Served with some blueberries and sliced strawberries and top with honey.


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