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Panettone French Toast 法国土司面包


There are many ways that you can enjoy with leftover Panettone.   You can use some slices to make a  bread pudding, a rum cake or a trifle but I took the easy way out and made them into French toast.    They were  very fragrant when they were being heated up in the pan, thanks to the cinnamon.  But I reckon that the  easiest and quickest way is to just simply toast them which I did with some.







Recipe for Panettone French Toast      法国土司面包                    


    Ingredients

    • 3 slices of Panettone
    • 2 eggs
    • 1/2 Tbsp brown sugar
    • 1/4 cup milk
    • 1/4 tsp vanilla
    • 1/4 tsp cinnamon
    • Oil or butter  (I used vege oil)
    • Icing sugar for dusting
    • Fresh fruits, honey or maple syrup for serving
    Method
    1. Whisk the eggs, brown sugar, milk, vanilla and cinnamon in a dish.
    2. Soak the slices of Panettone in the above mixture for about 10 mins., pressing down the slices to ensure that they are thoroughly soaked through.
    3. Heat some oil in a non-stick pan and fry the egg soaked slices till golden brown on each side.
    4. Dish out and drain on a paper kitchen towel.
    5. Dust with icing sugar.
    6. Serve with some fresh fruits, honey or maple syrup.





     This post is linked to Cook and Celebrate (Christmas 2014)
    organised by 
    Yen from Eat your heart out, Diana from Domestic Goddess Wannabe and





Comments

  1. Best looking toast I have ever comes across. I think I just drooled buckets!

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  2. This makes a really luxurious breakfast.. :)

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  3. Hi Cheah, this Panettone French Toast is yummy-licious ! Hearty breakfast to start the day ^-^!

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  4. I can definitely treat this toast as my lunch too! Look very yummy :)

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    1. Yes, I can have them anytime of the day too!

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  5. A great toast to kick start the day, Cheah. Love that you used panettone instead of standard toast to make this French breakfast classic.

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  6. Hi Cheah, wow, this panettone french toast is awesome!!! Not only it's a hearty breakfast, great for light lunch too if you want something for a change. Just love it with fresh fruits and maple syrup or honey. Thumbs up to you, Cheah! Hope you have an enjoyable week and cheers :)

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    1. Thank you, Ivy and you have an enjoyable week too!

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