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French Toast

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Classic French Toast recipe with a secret ingredient that makes them a bit fluffy! One of the basic quick recipe and most of thems favorite breakfasts dish too.

About Recipe

Gruddu methai, Muttai inippu, Deem Misti

How to make French Toast

(12 ratings)
109 reviews so far
Prep time
10 mins
Cook time
15 mins
Total time
25 mins
French Toast
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Egg
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : January 25, 2019


Ingredients used in French Toast
• Honey or maple syrup - 1 tablespoon.
• Butter - to fry.
• Sugar - to taste.
• Milk or curd - 2 teaspoons.
• Cinnamon powder - 1 tea spoon.
• Egg - 2 number.
• Bread - 2 slice.
Method:
  • Take milk or curd add to beaten eggs season with cinnamon powder add sugar if desired soak the bread slice in the mixture on both sides cook on a slow flame on flat griddle till cooked on both sides.

Serve hot with maple syrup






Cooking with images Ande madhur, Egg , Motte sihi







 

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Tes Durant Posted on Sun Nov 20 2011

Press the CC button and press Transcribe audio hahahahha

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SplashOfLuv Posted on Sat Nov 26 2011

Hell yeah, this guy's recipe is absolutely delicious! I loooove how he adds butter and cream on the top while it's frying. Good stuff.

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Jimmy Liddel Posted on Wed Nov 30 2011

Tech support

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Arielle C Posted on Fri Dec 02 2011

"this is the usual way we make in the restaurants" = (with captions) "this is the usual baby-makin' dough restaurants"

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LesnarNextBigThingF5 Posted on Wed Dec 07 2011

@fire1ce i always add milk eggs, cinnamon, sugar, and some vanilla to my mixture.

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Felix Forseth Posted on Wed Dec 07 2011

LITTLE BUTTAR!

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Miguel Cuadra Posted on Tue Dec 13 2011

@suelectric damn thats freaking hilarious LMFAO hahaha

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please enter a name Posted on Tue Dec 13 2011

His accent is too funny! Add a littal Battar

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fartchunk Posted on Tue Dec 13 2011

i think ill stick to just buyin my dutch's from him

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parsajamshidi Posted on Wed Dec 14 2011

You can also add little Buddha.

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Colin Finch Mostlythinkihave Posted on Sun Dec 18 2011

@mastergamerable :)

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WhippinChainzGaming Posted on Wed Dec 21 2011

Great breakfast... I use 2 slices of thin bread every morning. I have 2 eggs and a bit of milk with 1 spoon of cinnamon in mixture for 2 thin breads. I add honey on top when cooked, very tasty healthy. No unnececery sugar

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