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HOW TO MAKE FRENCH TOAST

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French toast sounds fancy, but it is actually quite simple to make. This will show you how to do it on the stove and in the microwave. Just give us a little of your time and you’ll learn How To Make French Toast

HOW TO MAKE FRENCH TOAST

 

Ingredients

Fried French Toast
1 egg for every 2 slices of bread
Non-stick spray, olive oil, or butter/margarine
Cinnamon, season to taste
1/2 tsp (3 ml) vanilla extract (vanilla essence, optional) or almond essence
Bread (6 pieces), type of bread is up to your preference
Desired toppings
Milk (depending on number of eggs, 2 tablespoons per egg)

Microwaved French Toast
1 egg for every 2 slices of bread
1 tablespoon milk
1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
Cinnamon, season to taste
Bread (3 pieces), type of bread is up to your preference
Desired toppings

Toppings for French Toast
Any preferred fruit
Maple syrup
Powdered sugar
Ground cinnamon
Fresh lemon or lime juice
Dried fruit
Icing
Organic jam
Chocolate spread
Sliced seedless oranges
Nutmeg
Brown sugar

PROCEDURES

1. Set the stove or electric pan to medium high heat. Place the pan over the burner if cooking over the stove. Add non-stick spray, olive oil, or butter so that the bread will not stick to the pan.
Spread the oil across the pan if needed, or mop up any excess.

2. Crack the eggs into a bowl.

3. Add milk, vanilla extract, and cinnamon. Beat them together with a fork or whisk.

4. Turn the heat down to medium-low, once the pan is heated sufficiently.

5. Dip the bread into the egg mixture.

6. Coat a slice of the bread with the mixture on both sides.

7. Place each slice onto the pan.

8. Cook the toast until golden on both sides. It takes approximately 45 seconds per side.

9. Put the toast on a plate. Then serve immediately with syrup.
Add hot applesauce, cinnamon or icing sugar for extra deliciousness.
For the sides, add bacon, sausages, fruit with whipped cream, eggs etc…These all go very well to make a wonderful meal.

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