Introduction: Dishes-free(ish) Mexican French Toast

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The goal of this ible is to show you how to use that left over bit at the bottom of your salsa jar to make a delicious and quick meal.

A bit of history: French toast is actually called "pain perdu" in French, or "lost bread". It is meant to use up old stale bread, a last ditch effort to eat it before it is too far gone. This inspired me to use those last little bits of salsa in a jar that I can never reach and an old croissant to make this recipe.

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Step 1: Ingredients

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You will need:

  • Salsa (this is a great way to get rid of those leftover bits in the bottom of the jar
  • One egg
  • A croissant (or english muffin or toast even!)
  • A pan or panini press (amazing kitchen multi-tool fyi; great BBQ substitute for the winter).

Step 2: Use Up That Salsa!

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Crack your egg into the salsa container and give it a good shake.

Step 3: Add to the Bread

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If you pour it slowly on the bread, it should work, but it can easily spill. You may also want to consider letting it soak up in a shallow bowl. I just poured it on and lost maybe 1/8th of my egg to the grill.

Step 4: Grill and Eat

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Before closing it up, you can throw in some cheese.

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