Thursday, September 19, 2013

Frat House French Toast

An interest in cooking often starts at an early age - but it’s never too late to begin. With a little help, a five-year-old can mix the milk and egg for this easy French toast. A five-year-old can also soak thick pieces of bread for frying. I find it easier and more efficient to make this great brunch dish in an electric griddle rather than a frying pan 

Too many college kids don’t know how to make simple French toast. That’s how this recipe got its name and ... yada-yada-yada! Come on, college boys! Making French toast is the first step to discovering the New You. Of course, you’ll have to learn to speak the language of love, first! 

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Frat House French Toast:

2 large eggs
2 tbsp. milk
4 slices commercially baked, slightly stale bread (I use whole wheat)

Preheat electric griddle or frying pan at medium-high heat. Using fork or small whisk, combine eggs and milk in pie plate. Dip bread slices into egg-milk mixture, one side at a time. When both sides of each slice have been coated, immediately transfer to hot griddle, cooking each side 45-to-60 sec. Serve hot, with butter and warm syrup. 

If you want to get fancy, dust with sifted icing sugar - aka powdered sugar or confectioners sugar. Serves 2.

Combine eggs and milk

Dip one side ...

Then the other!

Fry lightly on medium-hot griddle.

Mmmmmm! Mmmmmm!

One of many satisfied customers!

Another egg recipe tomorrow: Frat House Ham Omelet, otherwise known as, um ... Hamlet.

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