Hong Kong style French toast recipe

Hong Kong style French toast

preparation time: 25 mins

Talking about Hong Kong cha chan tang culture, French toast is one of the best local cuisines. In a traditional way to make French toast, bread is dipped in egg sauce and then fried with oil until golden colour. Add syrup, butter, condensed milk or fruit for topping according to personal taste.

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The origin of French toast dates back to the Roman period. Since people prevent waste of food, use leftover bread adding eggs and fry it become a delicious dish. Later, it was developed to add a variety of seasonings and fruits for topping and make it more delicious. Hong Kong has adopted Western food culture, and French toast has been transformed into a special local refreshment.

Let’s make a simple, crispy and fluffy French toast! Serve hot with butter or margarine and maple syrup.


【ingredients】(Serve 1)

2 thick slices of sandwich bread
2 eggs peanut butter bread
50 ml milk syrup or butter


【Condiments】
1 scoop ice cream fresh fruit


how to make:
  1. Cut off the crust of sandwich bread. Make into peanut butter sandwich.
  2. Beat the eggs and mix with milk.
  3. Heat some oil (the amount should be enough to cover the sandwich) in a pan to 150℃.
  4. Dip the sandwich into the egg mixture, then turn it over and soak until all sides are coated with the egg mixture.
  5. Put the sandwich in the hot oil and fry each side until light golden brown over medium heat. Turn to high heat and fry until golden brown.
  6. Put the toast on kitchen paper to absorb oil and dish up. Add syrup or butter according to personal preference. Serve with ice cream and fresh fruit.