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Last week I decided I wanted to make a tutorial. Last Saturday, 7 am, I was half-sleep cooking french toast and thought it would make a great tutorial. Later that day I discovered it doesn't.
French toast may be too easy to deserve a tutorial, but well I already had the pictures... and I couldn't find another one in DA, so mine is already the better french toast tutorial, ha! (I hope that didn't sound as lame as it did in my head).
Bleh, well at least I got over the first tutorial issue. It was good practice and my next tutorials will be better, I promise
(not that it will be hard to get better than this...).
Awesome tips from awesome people:
I have another way of doing this (my grandma's recipe): bread is better if it's day old, beat the eggs and add a pich of salt, warm up the milk in another bowl (I use microwave); dip the bread first in milk and roll it with a fork (but be quick
) and then dip the bread in eggs. Everything else is like in your tutorial
It is a great way to use leftover bread (it can be a day or two old), and it's soft and moist
Give it a try sometime, instead of adding sugar etc cook it all up the give it a light salting nothing else. Very different taste! by ~Sharpk
the best way to make french toast is with leftover challah bread. it sucks in alot more juices ^^ add some cinamon, milk, and eggs by ~SoUrLeMoNaDexx