Yummy cinnamon French toast for breakfast
The first roasted and crispy layer in combination with the soft texture of the bread and the sweet flavor of cinnamon makes you close your eyes and enjoy this yummy breakfast.
Pour the milk and eggs into a bowl about the size of a toast and a little deep so that the liquid does not spill out.
Add sugar, cinnamon, and vanilla. If you want it to be sweeter, you can add more sugar.
Mix all the ingredients well with a fork so that it is completely smooth and there are no egg clots.
Roll a slice of toast in milk and egg liquid.
Roll the other side of the toast in the liquid and be careful to do the rolling steps quickly so that the bread does not separate.
Place some butter into the pan and let it melt over low heat. Then fry the toasts soaked in milk and eggs. When both sides are browned, they are ready.
Tips and tricks
- If you use stale bread, you will get better results and the bread will be less to separate. Stale means that three or four days have passed since its production.
- Before rolling the bread in the milk liquid, melt the butter in the pan. Then quickly roll the bread and put it in the pan. Because between these stages, the bread may be separate and smash.
- Make sure the heat is very low and allow about 10 minutes for the two sides of the bread to fry completely. If the heat is high, the surface of the bread will be fried, but it will remain doughy.
- The sweetness of this French toast is low. To make this taste more enjoyable, put a little butter on the hot toast and add honey. In the final photo, the plate is honey.
Background & History
It can no longer be said that this is a French breakfast because it is common in many countries and is one of the most popular dishes.