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Crispy French Toast


French toast, also known as eggy bread or gypsy toast, is a dish of bread soaked in beaten eggs and then fried.French toast is one of my favorite breakfast. Today's savory French toast is filled with flavor . It is soft within but crunchy outside. Ia m sure you all will love this delicious crunchy crispy French toast.

Preparation time : 10 minutes 
Cooking time : 15 minutes 
Serves : 4

Ingredients: 
12  bread slices ( small triangle shape)
4 to 5 eggs 
1 onion very finely chopped
1 tsp ginger juice
2 green chilly very finely chopped (optional)
1 cup cornflakes slightly crushed
Salt and pepper  to taste
Oil to fry


Methods of Cooking:
Beat egg in a bowl with chopped onion, green chilly (if using), ginger juice, salt and pepper. Whisk until it well blended. Pour in a shallow dish. Dip each bread slice into egg mixture, allowing the bread to soak some mixture. Spread the crushed cornflakes in a dish and coat the bread piece with it. In the meantime heat oil in a pan. Fry the bread pieces until golden both sides. Serve hot with ketchup and salad. If you wish you can also sprinkle some chaat masala to make it more yummy.




Happy Cooking!

Comments

  1. Yummy Mon.. my bhabhi makes something similar with grated cheese.
    I will try this one too.

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  3. really wonderful and easy dish to do and looks like KFC chicken.yummy

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