Sunday

Egg Fried Bread


I love this recipe because my mum used to make it for us for breakfast when I was little all the time so it somehow reminds me of my childhood and whenever I make it, it's always with a little nostalgia and a lot of happiness. It's easy and tasty and it's something you can attempt when you had too much toast, cereals and juice and you're too lazy to make pancakes but still want something different.

For 2 to 3 people, you'll need two baguettes, 2 eggs, two tablespoons of milk and some butter for frying the bread.
Mix the eggs and the milk in a boil, soak the bread into it .
Heat the butter in a frying pan and fry the bread until it's golden/brownish in all sides. 

// J'aime cette recette parce que ma mère nous la concoctais souvent pour le petit déjeuner quand j'étais petite. ça me rappelle mon enfance, et à chaque fois que je la fais, c'est toujours avec un peu de nostalgie et beaucoup de bonheur. c'est une recette facile et savoureuse, et c'est parfait pour les jours où vous en avez assez du pain, des céréales et des jus mais que où vous avez trop la flemme pour faire des crêpes! 

Pour 2 à 3 personnes, vous aurez besoin de deux baguettes, 2 œufs, deux cuillères à soupe de lait et du beurre pour faire frire le pain.
Mélanger les oeufs et le lait et faire tremper le pain dedans.
Faire chauffer le beurre dans une poêle et faites frire le pain jusqu'à ce qu'il soit doré / marron de tous les côtés.



and voila! a cup of tea and you're all set for the morning!
// et voila! un verre de thé et votre petit déjeuner est prêt!




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19 comments:

  1. wow, amazing purposes, simply loving them
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    loads of love!

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    1. thanks! and sure i'll check out your blog :)

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  2. What a fabulous take on French toast, they way you've photographed it is very appetising.

    Pass a plate over for breakfast, yes?!

    Hope you are well love, take care xx

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    1. absolutely! and that's like a huge compliment coming from you, you're a terrific cook!

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  3. My mother does not cook. Thats why i dont know how to cook. Good for you that your mum was able to relay her secrets in cooking

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    1. that's alright, you can always learn by yourself, there are easy recipes all over the internet that you can try! :)

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  4. That looks yummy! I would be the fatty and put syrup all over it ha ha. Great pictures :)

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    1. you know what! that's a terrific idea! i'll definetly do that next time! :D

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  5. GREAT photos!
    like it )



    Angela Donava

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  6. nice post!

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  7. they look sooo delicious!
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  8. Goodness, this looks way too tasty!

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  9. looks delicios, i love it
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  10. This looks soooooooo good! I've never had it! Will definitely give it a try.
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  11. looks yummy!
    xx
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  12. MMMmmm, can't get a much better breakfast than this! Yum!
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  13. This looks and sounds really nice actually! And it'd be pretty easy to make as well. Thanks for the recipe :)

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  14. This looks so good and yummy :)

    xoxo
    Stella

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  15. anything that makes you nostalgia about happy times from you childhood is great, food is one of the best things for that

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