Fast French Toast

This is really a recipe for kids because I am sure everyone knows how to make French toast?

I am not fond of those served by Hongkong style restaurant where they have two oily slices of bread soaked in more oil. With the middle splattered with peanut butter, seri kaya or whatever fillings.

I prefer mine homemade with minimal oil.


I make French toast quite often because it is so easy and quick to do. Probably less than 5 minutes from start to finish.

Here’s how:
1 egg beaten
Milk – quanitity, half of the egg volume (just agak-agak will do)
Pinch of salt

Soak 3 slices of bread in the egg mixture. My estimation is usually 3 slices of bread with one egg.

Heat a non-stick pan with a dab of margerine. Fry each slice till brown on both sides. Serve with a sprinkle of sugar (or whatever bread spread you like such as jam, marmalede, seri kaya etc).

For small children, I just cut the slice of bread into tiny squares for self-feeding.

Post Author: Lilian

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4 thoughts on “Fast French Toast


    (August 3, 2005 - 3:45 pm)

    sometimes i kiap one slice of cheddar cheese in between 2 slices before dipping into the egg mixture :p my boiboi lups it!


    (August 3, 2005 - 3:50 pm)

    Yum Yum! Lilian, can I be your toddler?


    (August 3, 2005 - 4:25 pm)

    my mom’s version is sweet. Egg, dutch lady milk powder, and sugar. and normally, she’ll use almost-expired bread.


    (November 22, 2006 - 12:59 pm)

    Just curious, isn’t the french toast in Kim Gary look different for what we used to make?

    Kim Gary has the toasted 2 slices of bread, put rich creamy peanut butter in between, top with a dot of butter and let honey flows over the top. They called that as french toast wor.

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