This is a very simple recipe for breakfast. I make these about once a week on weekends no matter what time we get out of bed! It's very simple, both ingredients and preparation time. Ofcourse, I spent some extra minutes making the dish looks nice for a mini photography sesssion just for viewers of my food blog :-)
Bombay toast, also called French Toast for the French, Roti Telur for the Malaysians, and many more in various local languange around the world. We may call it differently, but it is all the same: plain favourite bread dipped in beaten eggs and fried or toasted until golden brown...
:: Bombay Toast Recipe ::
5 piece fresh bread
2 large eggs
1/4 fresh milk
salt & pepper to taste
butter for cooking
1. Beat the eggs in a bowl (ensure bowl size is large enough to dip the bread later) and add the fresh milk. You can also use low fat milk and still get the same delicious toast.
2. Add salt and pepper to taste. Heat up a large non-stick frying pan with some butter.
3. Dip the bread (whole piece), one at a time, both sides to fully cover the bread slice with the egg mixture. Do not soak the bread or dip for more than 3 seconds each side (we want the toast to be light & crispy).
4. Fry the dipped bread for about 1-2 minutes, tossing to the other side until the colour turns golden brown. It'll have a slightly crispy texture at the edges.
Very simple, healthy and delicious for breakfast, no matter what time you wake up!