You might be one of those people who is normally trying complicated and sophisticated desserts to impress our guests, right? If yes then you have indubitably landed in the right place. Rather than trying grueling and super hard recipes and spoiling them in the end, it is better to try a simpler and easier dessert recipe. Thinking what could it be? Well, we have the answer!!! You can try making a French toast. It is not only a dessert but also a meal on the whole. You can make it for supper and brunch parties and for breakfast too.
The history of French toast dates back to a really long time. The first time someone created the French toasts were Latin and Greek people back in the 4th and 5th century. And ever since then, these have been quite popular and common among people all over the globe. From lunches and brunches to suppers and part-time snacks, French toasts are perfect for every kind of meal.
If you too want to make the most delectable and scrumptious French toasts rather than crafting the desserts you are not good at, than here is the easiest and simplest recipe. Try it out for sure!!! Honestly, your guests will love them just like I do.
Slices of bread (take as many as you want)
Not stick spray, olive or vegetable oil, butter or margarine
Cinnamon, garnish for taste
One and a half tablespoon sugar (you can add more if you want)
½ teaspoon vanilla extract or vanilla essence
One egg for two slices
Milk (three tablespoons per egg)
Salt to taste
For garnishing or extra:
Fresh lemon or lime juice
Sliced oranges (seedless)
Powdered sugar or muscovado sugar for seasoning (optional)
Raspberries or blueberries (for extra taste and garnish)
Make sure you have every ingredient present at home, before starting to make them. After you have collected and bought all the ingredients (mentioned above) start with the recipe. Here are the steps you’ll need to follow.
- There are two things you will need to do simultaneously. First, preheat the pan along with adding the vegetable or olive oil, margarine or butter (make sure the flame is medium and second, make the batter.
- To make the batter you’ll need milk, eggs, sugar, optional spices (nutmeg, cinnamon etc) and salt. Put all these ingredients in a bowl and whisk them together, thoroughly. Make sure there are no lumps in the batter.
- Next, cut off the edges of the slices (if you want) and dip them in the batter. Make sure you shift the batter in the flat plate rather than a round bowl to dip the bread properly without breaking. Now, dump the bread slice in the batter and wait for a minute or two so that the batter saturates properly.
- Make sure both sides of the bread are completely soaked in the batter. This will give full scrumptious flavor.
- Now, it’s time to fry. Turn down the flame while putting the dipped bread to avoid splattering and splashing of oil.
- To check whether the French toast is ready or not you need to check it again and again. Flip the French toast when it is yellowish brown and golden in color from either side. And cook it equally from both sides.
- Take the toast out in a plate and pat them with the tissue to eliminate excessive oil and butter.
- Serve it with whatever type of garnish and seasoning you like. Dried fruits, fresh lemon or lime juice, sliced oranges, chocolate spread, powdered sugar or raspberries or blueberries).