Friday, August 10, 2012

How to make French Toast – Quick Recipe:

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French  Toast  is an easy yet tasty breakfast option, perfect for Sunday mornings...!
This is one of the healthiest dishes that can be prepared in a very short time & one of my kids all time favorite comfort foods..:)
The recipe below is for single person. You can increase the number of eggs and the quantity of milk, sugar & cinnamon batter accordingly. 
Instead of plain bread, grain or whole wheat bread can be used. It helps to gain more amount of nutrients required for our day-to-day life & keep us healthy and active.
Check out this easy to follow interesting   French  toast  recipe..!!
Ingredients:
·               Egg                  - 1 or 2
·               Milk                  - ½  cup
·               Cinnamon pwd  - a generous pinch
·               Sugar               - 1 ½ tsp
·               Bread slices      - 2 to 3
·               Butter               - 2 to 3 tbsp
Method:
1.             In a bowl, add egg.
2.   Whisk and add milk to it. ( instead of milk,  yoghurt  can also be added, which gives a unique taste to French toast
3.             Add cinnamon pwd and sugar.
4.             Mix it well with a spoon to get a smooth consistent batter.
5.             Take a single bread slice.
6.             Dip it in the batter.
7.             After 20 to 30 seconds, turn the bread to next side.
8.             Make sure the bread is well coated.
9.             Heat a pan in medium flame.
10.         Melt a tsp of butter in pan.
11.         Transfer the coated bread slice over butter.
12.         After a minute, flip the toast to the next side and cook it till crisp.
13.         Dash some butter on top of the bread too.
14.         Once it turns golden brown & cooked completely on both sides,  transfer it to serving plate.
15.         Repeat the same for every single bread piece
16.         Delicious French  Toasts  are ready..!  Serve hot with tomato sauce or any dip..
17.         It makes an awesome filling breakfast loved by kids too..!
18.         Relish the healthy homemade  French  Toast, prepared in no time..:)
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68 comments:

  1. Delicious.. Perfect breakfast. I use vanilla extract instead of cinnamon powder..

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  2. All time favorite! Even something as simple as this looks so yumm when made by you Jay :)

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  3. Whatever you made, it comes out absolutely perfect, Jay. Putting butter on the middle of bread is really awesome. French toast looks mouthwatering and yummy.

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  4. A perfect breakfast!! My hubby loves french toast.. He can eat it for breakfast lunch or dinner..hah!!


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    Mehak
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  5. always love it... but have not added the cinnamon... will try next time..

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  6. Delicious and quick toast...yummy...

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  7. well explained jay..

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  8. I can have it anytime,my fav toast.

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  9. My favorite... Love the toast.

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  10. Quick & delicious toast,I usually add cinnamon to it,will try with cardamom powder too..Yummy!

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  11. Mmmm...It used to be called Bombay toast in the Indian Coffee House.

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  12. wow that looks gorgeous...bet it tasted the same too...beautiful clicks!!

    Sweet french toast with tomato ketchup? that's new to me :)

    Regards,
    Manju
    http://manjuseatingdelights.blogspot.com

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  13. Your French toast look so scrumptious!!
    Thanks for the step by step
    Cheers,
    Lia.

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  14. Fantastic post jay!!! Loved the toast :)

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  15. What a wonderful breakfast!

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  16. Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, I always LOVE french toast, and this one looks really good :D

    XoXo
    http://abudhabifood.blogspot.com

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  17. I would love to get up to a plateful of this toast.

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  18. Hi Jay, one of the perfect and delicious breakfast. Most children sure love it.

    Yours look beautiful, the color is perfect.

    Have a nice weekend. Regards.

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  19. looks perfectly done, lovely clicks jay!

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  20. Thanks for your sweet notes friends...its truly inspiring..!
    have a lovely weekend with your family..:)

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  21. Simple to make and really delicious.

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  22. oh wow i had seen on tv but never really understood french toast

    i dont eat eggs in any form except if its hidden in cakes as ingredient

    my hubby and kids do eat eggs

    wud show them and ask if they like this they can go ahead and make it

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  23. Jay, I sincerely thank for this beautiful step by step recipe of French Toast. I will make it for my kids on weekends. Thanks.

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  24. i always love your step by step method... looks so yummy.... by the way today i cooked poha kheer according to your recipe.. it tastes too good.. thanks for sharing the recipe..

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  25. how to replace egg? can we add besan flour to get the consistency

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  26. Oops..that's too tempting.

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  27. jay sort of took your idea today. not exactly a french toast but bit different

    my hubby had prepared omlette mix with dhaniya tomato onion and chilli and salt and pepper so i just dipped bread in this and cookd in pan the way its shown in ur pics here

    and what i got frm my son was it was amazingly heavy and good one

    and for a change i can try this with besan batter i think so

    that wud be the ans for aparna too above

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  28. What a yummy breakfast, nutricious and delicious. Great tutorial.

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  29. Oh, I love this with a sprinkling of sugar!

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  30. Yummy brakfast my favourite

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  31. wow these look awesome, nice clicks

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  32. perfect and healthy breakfast .. nice picks ..thanks for sharing

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  33. super recipe...inviting you to join in Fast food - Noodles event .

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  34. Bon Appetit...yummy ..yumm..
    xoxo

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  35. Yummy breakfast recipe....looks delicious.

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  36. Yummy breakfast recipe....looks delicious.

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  37. i made these yesterday and i totally love it too!

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  38. Thank you friends for stopping by..:)

    @ Krishna : wow...so awesome of you..glad you enjoyed poha kheer recipe..:)

    @ Meena, Aparna,
    adding besan flour instead of egg sounds good..its a nice version for veg lovers..:)

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  39. Just want to let you know that This is the best french toast recipe that I have ever seen. Pics are awesome.
    Deepa

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  40. Riquísimo, algo parecido aquí se llaman torrijas y están buenisimas, beaos

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  41. Wonderful recipe, much better than torrijas because there´s no need to fry them. Happy Saturday!

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  42. jay u have such a beautiful blog...I followed u here from ur comment...omg I am amazed...I had comment from such talented blogger. Thanx a lot u made my day...lots of love

    smita

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  43. I would make this, Jay. Oh, wait, I do! French toast is always a good choice and I thank you for reminding me to make some for Sunday breakfast. I like mine with agave maple syrup drizzled on it.

    Keep writing...

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  44. My son love this..Easy and delicious breakfast... Sure your pictures will make readers to drool:)

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  45. It looks delicious
    Andreja

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  46. Jay! easy and delicious breakfast..

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  47. lovely toast... wish to have it right nw

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  48. Too many carbs for me but it is beautiful, quick & tasty :-)

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  49. French toast makes such a great breakfast or brunch dish! I haven't made any in quite some time - I should do it again, don't you think? Thanks for the inspiration!

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  50. hi jay , i like french toast, next time, must try add cinnamon like yours. have a nice day dear

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  51. I prepare mine the same way omitting the Cinnamon..looks yummy:)

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  52. Simple & tasty breakfast
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  53. Wow!! Love the cinnamon in it!! WOnderful post!!

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  54. I am salivating here... perfect breakfast

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  55. My favorite..

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    Cheers,
    Sharanya
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  56. My husband makes it the exact same way Jay and guess who is now a new fan of it - my kutty - When we ask her what she wants for breaky, she says french toast and maple syrup :)))
    Looks yum dear

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  57. Wow.. my favourite breakfast..:)) Loved the yummy inviting platter..
    Please do send it to the event happening in my blog.. would be very nice to have this recipe in the collection..:))
    Reva

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  58. Thnks for the super bfast recipe jay :) Love this toast!!

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