PhillyBoyJay’s Homemade French Toast!!!
French Toast is a classic breakfast that even to this day, American’s commonly prepare for breakfast. Most people enjoy eating French Toast with a little syrup and butter, with pork bacon on the side…. some folks like to eat it sprinkled with powdered sugar, and others eat it as a dessert topped with sliced strawberries and whipped cream. But this French Toast recipe here is absolutely delicious and taste more like authentic French Toast. The cinnamon and nutmeg give it a dark authentic French Toast color. The eggs give it that light and dark brown design that comes to mind when you think of French Toast. I “HATE” light French Toast. When you look at these pretty slices of bread you should know simply by looking at it that it’s French Toast and not mistaken it for regular toast or brown bread. This French Toast here is infused with so much flavor that you really don’t even need any syrup or condiments, now that’s some BANGIN French Toast there man. Trust me guys, homemade French Toast just can’t get too much better than this. This French Toast is packed with flavor and is extremely easy to make. Give it a shot! I know you’ll love it and won’t go back to making homemade French Toast the way you use too. It is REALLY that good!!!
1. What you’re going to do first is, combine all of your spices and ingredients. Add your eggs, milk, vanilla, sugar, cinnamon, and nutmeg to a small mixing bowl, then whisk everything in for 45 seconds or until it’s all well blended.
2. Place a skillet over medium heat, and add your margarine or butter. I would recommend that you use butter but if you don’t have any on hand, margarine can be used as an alternative. Please try to find some butter if you can because the taste of butter makes a difference.
3. While your butter is melting, quickly dip each slice of bread into the egg mixture, making sure both sides are well coated. Coat each side quickly, especially the first side. Don’t like let it sit for long because it gets soggy and fragile very quickly. WE DON’T WANT THAT TO HAPPEN because it will be hard to flip and we won’t be able coat the other side without it falling apart. So place the bread into the egg mixture, press it down to make sure the first side is fully coated, then quickly turn it over to coat the other side.
4. Lift the french toast with your spatula and lay it into the skillet. The reason we add a nice amount of butter is for flavor and to make sure the french toast doesn’t burn, which will result in it tasting like BURNT TOAST instead of French Toast. Hahahaha
5. Cook the French Toast for about 2 to 2-1/2 minutes on each side. You’ll know when it’s done because it will harden a bit and won’t be nearly as soft as it was when you placed it into the skillet. Once done, sit the french toast aside on a paper toweled plate to drain any excess oil or in this case, butter.
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