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Thursday, November 10, 2011

eggless-french-toast-recipe
     When I buy bread, I mostly make vegetable sandwich or just give bread butter jam for Aj. He rarely asks for toasts. Then it will be plain toast with butter or cheese toast for him. When diwali was over, I had some leftover gulab jamun syrup. I first dipped this murruku and ate. It was awesome undoubtedly….yeah,reallyTongue. But there was so much syrup to finish it that way. Then I just dipped my bread and made sweet toast and it tasted just awesome! I thought why not try the French toast. I always had an eye on Sharmi’s French toast, so I got an idea about the recipe from her’s and made it. It is very apt for the hurry burry mornings and your kid will love it surely. Or make it for yourself on a lazy weekend morning.

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Eggless French toast recipe

Continental Breakfast
Prep Time: 5 mins    |  Cook time: 15 mins    Serves: 3

Ingredients


Bread slices  6 
Custard powder(vanilla)  2 tblsp 
Sugar  2 tblsp,heaped 
Milk  1/2 cup 
Butter/ghee  As needed 

*If you don't have custard powder, replace with corn starch and 1/2 tsp vanilla essence

Method

  1. Boil milk and mix it well with custard powder and sugar in a wide bowl.
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  3. Heat a non stick pan and grease with ghee/butter. Dip the bread slice very quickly both sides and toast it both sides in low flame until it gets cooked and golden in colour.
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Notes

  • You can serve with nutmeg or cinnamon powder sprinkle along with sugar powder.
  • Do not let the bread get soaked in custard mix for more time. Not more than a second or two.
  • Cook in low flame slowly while toasting as that only give you a crisp and golden crusty toast.

Serve hot immediately with butter brushed over. You can also serve with honey or jam.

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82 comments:

  1. That's a wonderful idea Raji. Loved the toast and the clicks too da.

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  2. very simple n yummy toast...looks perfect n very nice clicks..

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  3. wonderful.. method.. too good..

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  4. My fav toast...I had it too today mrg and am still craving for some more seeing ur clicks, Yummy!

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  5. The toast looks beautiful...great idea!

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  6. wow!!! delicious toast, am carving for this now:) Pass them...

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  7. WOW!!! This looks brilliant!! I must try this for my little one :)

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  8. very easy roast...lovely presentation n click!

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  9. Nice n easy toast........

    Clicks r just superb

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  10. I've been planning to make it ever since I saw a recipe on Goodhousekeeping and then Sharmi's post.Lovely golden brown toast!

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  11. Wow wat a brilliant idea of using custard powder,cant wait to try..excellent french toast..

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  12. That looks great Raks..Lovely clicks!!

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  13. thats a lovely way to enjoy toasts...

    http://www.panchamrutham.blogspot.com/

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  14. Luv the custard french toast,its been ages i had them..luv the butter on bread :)

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  15. looks wonderful raji :)
    I should try this way for my daughter..
    lovely clicks as usual.

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  16. I can't wait to try this too...superb recipe!

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  17. What a tempting toast!! Custard pow for an eggless french toast is a wonderful idea..!!! I would enjoy this as a dessert even with some fruit sauce...
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  18. ok this is totally radical, love the idea :)

    now you have also tempted me to try murku and sakkara paani :D

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  19. This looks fabulous! I was curious about how one can make an egg-less variation of french toast..It sure is an excellent idea!

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  20. murruku and sugar syrup an interesting combo.
    Btw, this is an interesting toast. can't imagine the taste of custard in bread. pretty clicks

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  21. Looks so delish .....lovely pics ...with the sugar syrup this must be so yum

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  22. Wow simple nice breakfast.I too try this one very tasty.

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  23. Great idea! :) How about chilling the custard and then soaking the bread longer?

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  24. Great idea dear..Fabulous clicks too...

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  25. Yummy and tempting breakfast..

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  26. Loved your eggless version, I have been making with eggs all this time. Wish to try it out soon.

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  27. yummy yummy..Delicious..Thanks for the recipe dear

    My Blog
    http://yummytummy-aarthi.blogspot.com/

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  28. delicious toast raji

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  29. wah Raji I am just drooling over the snaps :)would try it out sometime :)

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  30. Simply delicious... wat an idea of using custard powder :-)

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  31. Delicious one once again.. and ofcourse easy & useful for kids breakfast. keep posting Raji.

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  32. Delicious...thats a nice idea too...beautiful pictures!!

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  33. I can't wait to try this fr my saturday breakfasts...Super Yum Raks as usual

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  34. simply super...love the idea of using custard powder!!

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  35. First picture is beautifully composed. Love the custard idea in french toast!

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  36. yummy yummy..Delicious..Thanks for the recipe dear

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  37. Love this version raks, so many days I have bread but not in a mood for PB and jam and this is a easy one! What an idea to use gulab jamun syrup, only you can do it..

    http://ruchikacooks.com

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  38. Wonderful Idea!!! Sometimes when we have things excess in quantity, we think of a recipe!!! Lovely toast Raks.

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  39. Beautiful Click... Can I have one ??

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  40. A genius recipe Raji, my kiddo will love this one :)
    USMasala

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  41. Excellent idea......wow......what a click. superb

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  42. lovely french toasts! and i love that they r eggless.. i usually make mine with powdered oats, oil and wheat flour :)

    Richa @Hobby And More Food Blog

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  43. Lovely post and very stunning photos. Looks awesome.

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  44. Great toasts, and yummy, my hubby would love this eggless version :D

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  45. simple and yummy recipe.. they look very delicious.. beautiful clicks :)

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  46. I too wanted to try from her blog .looks very nice. Bright clicks :)

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  47. Simple n yummy toasts,well presented.

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  48. Great idea..french toast is one that we all like..have to try your twist to this dish.

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  49. Love this one Raji.. beautiful clicks and awesome recipe too. Excellent !!!

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  50. Eggless none will believe it! Looks perfect with the custard touch!

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  51. Awesome toast that too eggless.. Yum..

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  52. Wow this looks yumm.. and suits me who is averse to eggy French Toast.

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  53. Made this for my daughter Raji and she liked this a lot. Thanks.

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  54. nice click!!! wonderful toast!!!!

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  55. Looks so tempting and delicious as always.
    Uma@Trendy Relish

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  56. very innovative..!! Nice recipe..my sons would surely love this..gonna give a try..!!

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  57. I used to eat the jamun's sugar syrup with dosa's. it used to be realy tasty..!! i went to my childhood..for a moment :)

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  58. Tried it and it came out very well. Tasted heavenly. Thanks for the wonderful recipe...

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  59. Lovely and easy to make.......My kids luved it..............

    Vidya

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  60. Lovely Recipe. Have been searching for a perfect eggless french toast recipe for a long time and my search ends here. This is one of my favorite breakfast dishes and this taste just like the original with the eggs! Love it. Have been making this for the past 3 days :)

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  61. Made this today morning , my son loved it, but is it crispy? mine was not that much crispy

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  62. my toast are very soft after cook.plz tell me why

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  63. my toast are not crispy.they are very soft

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  64. gr8 recipe...dying to try this right away. I'm sure my 3 year old will like it.

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  65. gr8 recipe...want to try it out on my 3 yr old.

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  66. Hi Raks, I tried this recipe within minutes of seeing it !! :-) Was craving for french toast since sometime, but didn't want to make the one with eggs in it. Thank you for this recipe :-)

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  68. zimbly awesome.. i tried it this morning and it came out spectacularly :)! Thank you for this recipe.

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  69. hey ur recipes are too gud and vry yummy i tried ths toast yesterday but it din come out well as u did. pls let me knw whr i went wrong? is d nonstick pan mandatory fr ths preperation?

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    1. When you dip, do it quickly, no need to get it soaked. Also make sure its not too watery

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  70. Thank u for such a simple n tasty toast. My son just loved it

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  71. Thanks so much! I have a wife and daughter with egg allergies. I think this is better than french toast with eggs.

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  72. Hi raks I tried this but the toast stuvk to the pan ultimately I dipped the scrambled bread in the custard n ate it up...! Cud u tell me how to avoid sticking.?

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    1. If your bread gets soggy then it gets stuck to pan. So use less watery custard coating. Also give quick dip.
      You can add generous butter too to avoid sticking.

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