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French Toast - Which is Not French Food

When I think about the popular breakfast in North America, Europe and Brazil, I can’t ignore this food, French toast. French toast is made with bread and eggs. Milk is commonly added. According to what is popular in local cuisine, many of the spices that are added to bread or egg dishes are included in cooking. This versatile dish is often topped with sugar, butter, fruit, syrup, or other items. Moreover, there are many other names of this food depends on the location; i.e. “Eggy Bread” in England, “Rabanada” in Brazil, “pain doré” in Canada etc.

After I told you about some interesting fact about French toast, I’d like to tell you about the easy preparation of this food. Also, the first thing that you should know is the ingredients that some ingredients are added or not according to the local cuisine and whatever you like.


- Frying pan
- Large Mixing Bowl
- Dish

- 4 slices white bread
- 4 eggs
- 4 tablespoons of milk
- Butter or Cooking Spray
- Salt
- Pepper


  1. Take the frying pan on the stove with the medium heat.
  2. Add the butter (or cooking spray) and oil the frying pan.
  3. Break 4 eggs into a mixing bowl. Add milk and salt and beat the eggs until you see it’s smooth.
  4. Lower the heat a little bit.For the sliced bread, dip each slice into the bowl until they’re perfectly covered with the mixed eggs.
  5. Place the sliced bread on the frying pan.
  6. Cook until both sides are browned, the egg has cooked through and turn off the gas.
  7. Place the cooked bread on a preparing dish.
You can serve with a variety of toppings, including jam, butter, peanut butter, honey, fruit syrup, apple sauce, beans, beef, lard, whipped cream, fruit, tomato sauce (when powdered sugar/sugar is not used), chocolate, sugar, yogurt, marmalade, bacon, cheese, gravy or various nuts such as pecans

French Toast

French Toast in New York and in Jewish-American communities is a common to make it with challah. The richness of the sweet egg bread complements the richness of the French toast preparation. In many Jewish-American households it is traditional to use the leftover challah from Friday night Sabbath dinner to make French toast on Sunday morning. The slightly stale challah absorbs the egg or milk-and-egg mixture more readily and cooks into a custard-like center for the slices of French toast. In the Western and Southwestern United States, some restaurants will prepare it with Sourdough bread.


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