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Meat Floss French Toast ~ 鸡肉松法式吐司


I tried making this French Toast with some leftover pieces of sandwich loaf and was pleasantly surprised that they were so yummy, crispy on the outside and not dry or soggy.  I was contemplating whether to add any sugar into the egg batter but instead decided on making them savoury just to try.  So, added a pinch of salt and served them with honey as a sweetener.





Meat Floss French Toast ~   鸡肉松法式吐司 

Ingredients

2 eggs, 4 slices of stale bread, pinch of salt, chicken floss, oil, honey

Method

Whisk up the eggs with a pinch of salt, strain it
Dip and press a piece of bread into the egg batter
Place the piece of bread onto a lightly oiled and heated non-stick pan
Spoon some meat floss onto the surface
Top up with another piece of egg soaked bread
Lightly fry and flip over the other side, till golden brown
Dish out onto a piece of kitchen paper to absorb any excess oil
Serve with some honey, immediately

Enjoy!







This post is linked to the March 'Little Thumbs Up' event organised by
Zoe of  Bake for Happy Kids, Doreen of  My Little Favourite DIY and hosted by

Comments

  1. Hi Sokehah, this recipe is genius! I'd definitely try it. Thanks! :D

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  2. WOW! This French toast looks so yummy. Nice clicks too!!

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  3. What a great and creative idea of stuffing meat floss in French toast!!

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    1. Ha, ha, just crossed my mind as I had some meat floss at hand!

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  4. Hi Sokehah,
    You're so creative ... I like this fusion kinda of French toast. Yum!

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  5. Hi Cheah,

    This is so yummy! Love your meat floss french toast idea :D

    Zoe

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