You all will wonder why is it necessary to give such a warning, let me tell you why
I am a bit conscious about the ingredients that I use i.e. I am not very generous in my use of ingredients which tend to have lots of calories or empty calories , the ingredient in this recipe is the large amount of sugar required . I am not very comfortable making sweet dishes as I am not comfortable using large amount of sugar and also the amount of butter used for frying the fried toasts.
So I did make the French toast exactly the way it should be made- (according to me)
I added a little vanilla essence too.
I am sure each of you has a French toast recipe, and I would love to know how you make it.
I use the ingredients by the taste and add method i.e. 1 cup milk for 3 eggs sugar as per taste, butter for frying.
This is what some of my friends say…………..
I do the same thing too. I rarely add things like butter, ghee, sugars etc in the amounts they are supposed to be added & then I complain that the taste is just not the same!My French toast is pretty much the same as yours; sometimes I add finely sliced onion, green chilies and some cilantro……..tbc
I usually add salt and pepper instead of sugar. Sometimes I add cinnamon powder instead of slat and pepper. Should try u're way. It looks delicious …… LATHA
I too am very stingy with oil/butter in my dishes. Hence most turn out dry... but I still go the less oil way for French toast: I add turmeric powder along with vanilla essence. Basically it gives it a more golden color and reduces the smell of the egg in the toast... Rest remains the same... also add a little salt. This is how my mom makes it… ASHU
I make French toast but my recipe is 2 eggs 2 tbsp milk salt and pepper.4-6 slices bread butter for cooking. Combine together egg, milk salt and pepper and dip bread in. Heat pan and melt a little butter then cook bread till golden then turn and cook second side.
forgot to say, Usually serve with banana, lightly cooked in the pan, and maple syrup but I find that a bit sweet so just use a hint of syrup…..JEAN FROM NEWZEALAND
I make mine with finely chopped onions, salt n pepper n makes it on a non-stick...So cut out on a lot of oil...Your sweet one looks nice...Like the browning! SUGARCRAFT