I am a scientist who loves to cook because there are many similarities between working in a lab and cooking in a kitchen. I love to share my cooking experience with you and to inspire others to cook.

Tuesday, July 31, 2012

french toast

I had some stale french bread that have hardened. Unless I have the jaw of The Hulk, I will not attempt biting on to it. In a spur of the moment, I have decided to make french toast. In the past, I have only knew of using eggs, but after a quick glance of the internet, I realized there can be other ingredients. I also have some leftover orange juice from a party and alas, within 5 minutes, I put together the "batter" needed for the french toast.

2 eggs, beaten
splash of orange juice
splash of milk
large pinch of sugar
small pinch of salt

1. Mix the wet ingredients, sugar and salt together.
2. Heat some oil in a pan.
3. Dip the bread in the "batter" and transfer them to the pan.
4. Cook until the surface turns slight brown.

                      French Toast and Vietnamese Coffee on a lazy weekend morning. Bliss

I never knew orange juice can be used to make french toast but it makes total sense. Now I know, I can use other juices, such as pear, peach, pineapple, whichever I find myself having.

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