Introduction: French Toast Recipe
French toast is a delicious breakfast. It is very easy to make, and it takes very little time.
French toast originated as a way to use day-old or stale bread (some breads, French bread especially, become stale after one day). Whereas a stale, crunchy bread might seem unappetizing, soaking the bread in eggs and frying it solved that problem. The precise origins of the recipe are unknown.
2-3 large eggs
A pinch of cinnamon
3 tablespoons of milk
1 teaspoon of vanilla.
Bread (Stale Bread is Fine)
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Step 1: Mixing and Cooking
Begin by beating the eggs, cinnamon, milk, and vanilla in a bowl. And put your pan on the stove and let it heat up.
While the pan is heating up, Dip each side of a slice of bread into the egg mixture and place them in the pan. Let them cook for about 2-3 minutes on each side. Then take it of the heat, your now ready to plate.
Step 2: Serving Your French Toast
Put your french toast on your plate, and add your toppings.
Some ideas for toppings are:
....The possibilities are endless
Step 3: The Left-Over Egg Mixture.
If you have some left over egg mixture you can make a delicious cinnamon omelet.
Simply pour the mixture into your pan while its still hot, and stir until its firm, but still moist.
The omelet looks disgusting, but it tastes amazing!
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