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Egg Fried Bread (French Toast) Recipe

Egg Fried Bread (French Toast)

Rating 4-5 out of 5 - Most cooks definitely will make this recipe again
An Unusual Recipe
Graham

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A healthier alternative to Fried Bread, Egg Fried Bread is sometimes called French Toast although, in fact, it originates not from France but from Canada. It is quick and simple and provides a good breakfast just on its own

      Preparation Time: 3 Minutes

      Cooking Time: 4 Minutes

Ingredients for Egg Fried Bread (French Toast)

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2 slices
thick cut bread
½ cup
milk
1
egg
¼ teaspoon
cinnamon
1 tablespoon
butter

 

How to Cook Egg Fried Bread (French Toast)

  1. Mix the milk, egg and cinnamon together in a bowl and beat well. Take two slices of thick cut bread and 'dunk' them on both sides in the milk/egg/cinnamon mixture. Heat the butter in a frying pan then place the bread in the pan and heat gently until the underside is browned. Turn the bread over and cook the other side in the same way. You may have to add more butter as you're cooking.

 
Graham GRAHAM'S HOT TIP:
If you like sweet breakfasts, pour a little Maple Syrup over the fried bread before eating.
 
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Reviews of Egg Fried Bread (French Toast)

Rating 5 out of 5 - Many cooks will make this recipe again November 12 2014
I love this recipe because it gets my kids involved in the kitchen It's really easy (difficult to mess it up in fact) and, apart from just watching that the kids are careful round the skillet, its pretty much child proof. More than anything, at a weekend, they love serving their Pop a breakfast that they've made specially for him
(4 reviews)
 
Rating 4 out of 5 - Many cooks will make this recipe again November 30 2013
Stupidly simple but a lovely tasty breakfast just on its own with a glass of juice. The Maple syrup is obligatory as far as my family are concerned!
(2 reviews)
 

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