Friday, June 27, 2014

Project: French Toast

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Do you know what I found at my local supermarket lately: squary breadslices! I felt like Squidward from Spongebob when he finally found his beloved canned bread, ha. You know that episode?

Anyway, I’m sure square breads are very common in many other countries, I was pretty happy with finding it.
Because now I can make perfect looking French toast!

Thank you for sharing your tips and advice about the e-readers/e-books! I like the idea that it is a lot less space consuming in your bag, but I’d also miss the touch of paperback on my hands as well. Perhaps it will be a 50/50 thing. I still want my mini library c:

Also, thanks for your sandal shopping suggestions as well!

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Ik was laatst bij de Jumbo en mijn ogen vielen meteen op deze vierkante (nouja, rechthoek) brood! Ik voelde net eventjes als Octo van Spongebob, toen hij eindelijk zijn geliefde brood in blik vond :P

Hoe dan ook, ik weet zeker dat zulk vorm van brood heel gebruikelijk is in vele andere landen. Ik was toch blij dat ik ze gevonden heb in de supermarkt.
Want nu kan ik perfecte gevormde wentelteefjes maken!

Bedankt voor jullie kijk en mening op de e-books/e-readers. Het idee dat het ruimtebesparend is in je tas is fijn! Maar ik zou ook de aanraking van een kaft op mijn handen ook missen. Misschien wordt het een 50/50 ding. Die mini bibliotheekje wil ik namelijk nog steeds c:

Ook bedankt voor jullie suggesties voor sandalen!

Da Recipe: 2 (old) breadslices, 1 large egg, 1 tbsp. milk, neutral oilpinch of salt, any desired topping
I let the bread 'harden' up in the open air first, so they wont be too soggy when going in the egg bath. 

I fancied mine up with: sweetened condensed milk and fresh fruits!



 Tomorrows DIY c:  
Da Steps:

  1. Whisk egg with the 1 tablespoon milk and salt together in a deep plate. 
  2. Soak both sides of the breadslice in this egg mixture
  3. Heat up a frying pan/skillet with neutral oil on medium heat. 
  4. Place the soaked eggybread in the pan and fry them each side for about 2-3 minutes until they are golden brown. 
  5. Serve with your favorite topping and dressing like fresh fruit, syrup, chocolatesauce, icing sugar and butter!
Good luck!

22 comments :

  1. Are those bread slices that common? I have never seen it in Germany (maybe I have to take a closer look at pastries section). Anyways, I love french toast and your version looks so delicious! :)

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  2. That food looks amazing !

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  3. I've never actually seen bread slices before, but it looks like it'd be awesome for people who hate eating crusts! Your french toast looks delicious by the way, it's been too long since I last made it :)

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  4. omg that looks super delicious!

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  5. I always eat my french toast with tomato ketchup! I never even thought of having something sweet with it.

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  6. I've never seen that kind of bread before in the U.S.! Does it taste different than regular toast? & as always, looks delicious :)

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  7. OMG, hahaha! That's freaking awesome! I've never seen bread sold like that before and I totally need to make some home made french toast soon!

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  8. Dat ziet er echt goddelijk uit! Haha ik snap je gevoel bij het vinden van vierkant brood! Je foto's zijn weer zo mooi!
    Liefs, Tessa

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  9. I'm making yum yum noises. And the square bread makes it extra awesome.

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  10. This looks just delicious! French toast is my go to meal on a Saturday morning :) xx

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  11. Ik heb ze ook nog nooit gezien!

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  12. yummm, of je smeer er pindakaas aan een kant en dan doe je twee op elkaar! Zo lekker ^^. En whaat rechthoekig brood :o

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  13. Thanks so much for your sweet words, they made my day!
    Hmm, looks good with the fresh fruits!

    Have a great weekend,
    -Kati

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  14. Omg that looks yummy! Definitely will try it yeayy

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  15. Omg that looks yummy! Definitely will try it yeayy

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  16. i looooove french toast! and i know exactly what you mean about square bread - in Japan you see them everywhere, and next to none in the UK! try french toast with brioche next time, it's amazing xx

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  17. Thank you for the nice comment! I've always wanted to try French Toast. Guess that's going to be the next thing I'll make this week! :)

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  18. looks like such a good breakfast. and the square bread are so cute! :)

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  19. That sounds/looks incredibly delicious.

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  20. Perfectly rectangular bread? That's delightfully cute

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