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May 9, 2011

French Toast

French Toast
Hai Friends...I have a news for you...I am gonna participate in “Blogging Marathon#5” Conducted by Srivalli.Actually I am new to this contest,I think it is a great one for new bloggers like me to get some audience for our blog.Keep up the good work Srivalli.If any of you like to participate,just take a look at her blog and you can participate in the coming weeks...And also don’t forget to check my Co-Bloggers post(Links given in the bottom of this post)...My theme for this week is 15 min Quick Breakfast..So I will be posting Breakfast recipes this week..So keep checking out.Working mothers this will be really quick and easy for you to make on the run.

Today’s recipe is gonna be French Toast.There is no other better breakfast than few slices of perfect french toast with a cup of fresh juice right?.So I hope you all will give this a try and let me know what you think...

Ingrediants:

Bread-4 slices
Egg-2
Milk- 1/4 cup
Tomato-1 deseeded and chopped finely
Spring onion-2 sliced finely
Salt to taste
Pepper-1 tsp
chilli powder-1 tsp(optional)
Butter-3 tblspn

Method:

In a shallow bowl add eggs, tomato, spring onion, milk, salt, pepper,c hilli powder and mix well.

Heat butter in a frying pan.Dip the bread in the egg mixture and put it on the pan.Take some of the tomatoes and spring onions and apply it over the bread since they wont stick to the bread when dipped first.

Let the heat be on simmer,so that the bread cook from inside too.When they are cooked in the bottom turn the other side and cook.

Slice into wedges and serve with a cup of tea or fresh juice.

Pictorial: 

Crack your eggs

add a splash of milk

add in tomatoes

Add chopped spring onion
and some paprika

Mix well

melt some butter in a pan

Dip bread in that and fry in pan

Cook on both sides

Cut it and serve

SERVE..

26 comments:

  1. Hi Aarthi,
    This looks really good. Had never thought of making a French toast this way. Will give it a try. I'm sure my daughter will love it!!
    Sushma

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  2. French toast looks good! I never tried adding tomatoes and green onions to it.

    Looking forward to more breakfast ideas in the next 6 days.

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  3. totally drooling over it ~ perfect breakfast treat!
    US Masala

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  4. LOvely toast, love the addition of veggies..wat a fabulous quick breakfast..

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  5. first time to your blog..wonderful blog,glad to follow you..nice presentation of the toast!
    visit my space too..
    http://juls-tryntaste.blogspot.com/

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  6. The addition of Vegetables look awesome on the toast! Very filling bf idea!

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  7. Nice one Aarthi..with veggies it looks so good..

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  8. Awesome french toast...nice to add veggies..loved it..glad to follow u :)..do drop at my space when time permits..

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  9. Sandwich looks delicious. Love the step by step pictures.

    Vardhini
    VardhinisKitchen

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  10. Following your blog for more yummy recipes. Hope you would do the same !!!

    Vardhini
    VardhinisKitchen

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  11. First time here...
    french toast looks healthy and delicous...
    glad to follow u :)

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  12. First time to ur space Aarthi. Love the french toast. easy and quick. my kids would love them. Glad to follow you. Inviting you to follow mine too. Have a great Marathon.

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  13. wow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1kids are sure to love this!!!!so easy to make too:-)

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  14. hai first time here..your blog name sounds good ...i am following your blog..

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  15. That is a yummy french toast - love the addition of veggies in it! will suggest this to my hubby since he is the only one at home who eats this :) Thanks for sharing dear

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  16. hey Aarathi,I have already added you to my blog roll :-)
    Thanx for visiting my blog and following mine too..

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  17. First time here..u hv a wonderful space with mouthwatering recipes n pics...
    Visit mine as time permits...
    And this looks so yummy n filling..
    Sanyukta
    http://creativesanyukta.blogspot.com/

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  18. its so delicious. Aarti chachi i loved this

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  19. its really Delicious

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  20. Hey can you plz tell me if this wil effect the recipe if we substitute butter with margarine ? (Actually my husband has brought two big packs of it mistakenly and now i have to use it up :P)

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  21. Aarthi,

    I made this french toast recipe this morning, used finely chopped green chillies instead of pepper and paprika. Also added a dash of fried garlic which u get in bottles.

    It was yummy and i plan to make it regularly.

    Will try with just egg white next time to make it healthier..

    Keep Posting. Kudos

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