french toast, or literally, ‘the lost bread’

for my “second breakfast” on this stormy, stay-at-home day, i decided to whip up some french toast. between a pancake and a french toast, i prefer the latter. it’s heavier, sops up more butter and syrup, and well, tastes more like bread šŸ˜›

i think this is one of the simplest breakfast recipes ever. i simply dunked two slices of day-old bread in a mixture of egg, milk, sugar and salt, then splashed it on a hot pan with margarine. just let it, well… toast… on both sides (depending on how burnt you want it)…then slather some syrup, and then serve.

now to answer the question on everybody’s mind, is french toast really from france? (we know french fries certainly aren’t.)… here is the answer.

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6 Comments Add yours

  1. Guagua Girl says:

    your “second” breakfast? what was the first? and at what time? LOL!

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  2. tanglaw89 says:

    BB! I loooove soggy sweet french toast! (perfect breakfast if served with super crispy bacon)

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  3. Betis Boy says:

    tanglaw89, agree 100:) i leave them really long in the egg-milk mixture so they get soggy. then when they're on the pan, i put more holes in the bread to put more of the milk šŸ™‚ re bacon – well, nothing left to say. šŸ™‚

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  4. Betis Boy says:

    GG, first breakfast was eggs and tuyo with rice (around 6.30). second breakfast (meryenda na.he.he) was around 9.30 šŸ˜›

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  5. Guagua Girl says:

    have you tried spreading mascarpone or cream cheese between 2 slices and then dunking the whole thing in batter? done right, it's very, very good šŸ™‚

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  6. Betis Boy says:

    i bet it is šŸ™‚

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