The much-adored breakfast/dessert is one of the few dishes in the world, which can be found in different variations in most of the countries and cultures of this world.
At least, the wiki is telling me that.
To check, if your country is included, please follow the link.
Even though the french toast seems to be known and prepared pretty much everywhere.
My husband was so kind as to introduce me to his special favorite breakfast and in between dish, the French Toast, bread dipped into a mix of egg and milk and fried with butter.
Crispy outside, moist inside, melting on your tongue, simply delicious.
I enjoy it the earliest mornings sitting outside in our garden with a glass of coffee to wake me up slowly, but surely in a good mood so that I can go and hit the Gym afterward.
It a nice mood booster for those who have trouble to get up into a save day.
I am not a nice person early mornings, a french toast is a blessing to me and mostly I guess to my husband, who knows how to handle me.
Plus its super quick to prepare and tastes great with little effort.
French Toast – Serves 2
1½ Tbs Sugar
¾ cup milk – less if u don’t want it to be too much soaked
4 drops Vanilla essence
2 big Bread slices
2 Tbs Butter
Powdered sugar or normal sugar
Cinnamon – optional
In a mixing bowl beat with a whisk or fork together all ingredients, Egg, sugar, milk and Vanilla essence smoothly.
Take one slice bread and dip it as much as you like it into the Egg milk mix.
Heat up a frying pan with 1 Tbs butter in the meantime.
Once the butter is hot add the previously dipped slice bread into the pan and fry it on medium heat, both sides 2-5 mins crispy.
Garnish your French Toast with powdered sugar or normal sugar and if you like the taste of cinnamon then sprinkle some cinnamon powder on top.
Hurray to a global dish, which can be enjoyed any time and by anyone.
You might like it too with a scoop of Vanilla Ice cream or with some Fruit salad accompanied.
I guess there are no limitations on how you enjoy it.
What is your favorite way to enjoy French Toast?