We are glad to present you the second part of our great collection of french toast recipes. In this part you'll find 10 awesome french toast recipes and their preparation tips.
1. French toasts – Ricotta and Maple Syrup
Preparation Time: 15 minutes
Cooking Time: 10 minutes
- Maple Syrup to serve
- Eggs 3 pieces (at room temperature)
- Hot Cross Buns 4 (about 280 grams)
- Icing Sugar 2 tablespoons
- Fresh Ricotta 500 grams
- Orange Rind 1 teaspoon (finely grated)
- Milk 125 ml (1/2) cup
- Butter 20 grams (1 tablespoon)
This is the first part of our Great French Toast Recipe Collection, which consists of 100 best classical and modern recipes and methods of french toast. Here you can learn 13 different french toast recipes and try them for your breakfast.
1. French Toast With Baked Cinnamon
12 Cinnamon Bread Slices, divided
1/4 cup Butter, softened
1 quart Milk
2 cups Whipping Cream
1 cup Sugar
4-1/2 teaspoon Vanilla Extract
- warmed Blackberry Preserves
We all know that most of us are fond of eating French toast. It is a regular part of our meal. In Western countries French toast is usually cooked and served for breakfast. Have you ever wondered about the history of French toasts? We are sure you have. Kids may ask their parents "Mom, who has made the first French toast?" Well, isn’t it interesting to know where it first came from? I’m sure there are many parents who cook French toasts and have difficulty with the answer to this question. Anyway, this article will provide you with the information concerning the origin of French toasts.
French toast is sometimes called as American toast, German toast, Spanish toast however we do know for sure that it was originally made and cooked in Europe in the medieval times. At that time people made their best in using each bit of food in order to provide each family member with something to eat. That is why they used stale bread which was called “Pain Perdu” so as not to throw it away, but make it edible right by heating and moistering it. "Pain Perdu" literally means "the lost bread".
French toast, which is termed in France as 'Pain Perdu' (lost bread), is prepared as usual bread. In ancient times in France it was made by using thin slices of baguettes. There are various versions of the French toast origin. All of them have something in common. The history of French toast may vary greatly from state to state but still have the same concept and it's all about the way it is prepared. It's entire story begins and ends with putting a slice of bread into beaten egg and milk and then cooked in the frying pan. The only difference of its preparation might be in the quantity of the ingredients used to add the flavour for the bread you want.
In Germany, the French toast is known as "armer ritter". This term means "the poor knight". The same process is being used in preparing the armer ritter. The bread is immersed in the milk and eggs and then fried in the pan.