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How to Make French Toast to Please
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How to Make French Toast to Please
To impress your mother-in-law, if you ever want her to return, do it with mouthwatering French Toast she will never forget. French Toast was not always a meal of delight; in fact, “it was created by medieval European cooks who needed to use every bit of food they could find to feed their families” (Kimmie, 2002). French Toast does have French origins, but they did not refer to it as French toast, it was in reality, called ‘pain perdu’ or translated, ‘lost bread’ (Kimmie, 2002). By following steps below, you will see how far French toast has come since the days of ‘lost bread.’ In order for you to make French toast that exceeds expectation, you must be prepared to take the extra time, be meticulous with your choice of quality ingredients, and indulge your creative side in order to reach the connoisseur level you desire. Allowing Extra Time for Preparations

The first step in preparing French toast is to plan preparation time. This recipe requires a minimum of 8 hours set time to provide for better texture and flavor. You will need additional time to assemble your tools, clean your workspace, and grind your cinnamon. You must also allot for the actual preparing of the ingredients. By allowing extra time for preparation and planning, you are sure to get the desired outcome. Choosing Quality Ingredients

Next, you must choose quality ingredients for the most desirable French toast. Using country French or Italian bread is the most preferred choices; the less fine-grained bread withstands better in the batter and tends to be much sweeter than regular sandwich bread. Be sure to slice your French or Italian bread in advance to allow for drying time as dry or stale bread is recommended. Replacing milk with cream gives the dish a richer,...