French Toast (Receta Simple)

Brunch de San Valentín: French Toast Simple!

French Toast (literalmente tostada francesa) es un desayuno típico americano, normalmente hecho los fines de semanas, para las ocasiones especiales, y para el brunch. French toast sería el desayuno perfecto este Día de San Valentín para sorprender a tu pareja o familia!

French toast es un desayuno simple y rápido de hacer. Hay muchas versiones, muchas opciones para guarniciones, y muchas recetas. Pero vamos a empezar con la receta de French Toast más básica, típica, y (en mi opinión) buena. Dulce y esponjosa, esta receta de French Toast es para empezar el día super bien!

Ingredientes (Para 2 Personas):

  • 2 huevos
  • 80 ml leche (normalmente uso leche entera)
  • 1 cucharita de canela
  • 1 cucharada de azúcar
  • 4-6 rebanadas de pan, aquí en España uso Pan de Pueblo y en EEUU uso cualquier pan “rústico” (mejor usar pan del día antes, debe estar un poco seco)
  • Mantequilla sin sal
  • Maple Syrup (Jarabe de Arce)/Miel y Plátano/Nutella y Fresas/Frutas del Bosque y Nata…
  • Azúcar Glacé

Receta:

  1. Bate bien los huevos, leche, azúcar y canela.
  2. Calienta un sartén con un poco de mantequilla.
  3. Moja las rebanadas del pan, dejando que absorben un poco del liquido (pero sin dejar que se deshagan!)
  4. Ponlas inmediatamente en el sartén caliente y fríelas unos minutos por cada lado hasta que queden bien doradas.
  5. Sirve con mantequilla y sirope (o con una de las otras combinaciones dada arriba!)
  6. Decora con un toque de azúcar glacé.

French toast es un desayuno delicioso y la solución perfecta para pan duro. A mí me impresionaría mucho que alguien me lo hiciera para El Día de San Valentín…!

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Lauren Aloise

Soy Lauren y estoy muy orgullosa de la cocina americana! Y espero que con mis auténticas recetas americanas puedas descubrirlas tu misma.
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Comments

  1. says

    Ahhh, this reminds me of the time a co-teacher told me that torrijas were FAR superior to American French toast. And then she spent an entire ten minutes spelling out the exact recipe of my family’s French toast.

    Cute presentation of the recipe, btw! Love the idea of serving this for Valentine’s Day, why wait for Semana Santa to have ‘em?

    • Lauren Aloise says

      That’s funny! Technically Torrijas are prepared quite differently than French Toast and would be completely fried in olive oil. The torrijas I’ve had in Andalusia have been delicious– but absolutely soaked in honey! Also, they eat them cold which I found strange. I sometimes brought one home and microwaved it! French toast is delicious all year, forget Semana Santa! Jajaja….

    • chiky says

      Torrijas are okay but too heavy for my taste, they are a good light dinner option since they are cold hummm.
      French toast , on the other hand are just perfect for a nice and warm enjoyable breakfast!!!!!!!!!

    • chiky says

      sorry love but there is a great difference between “deep fried in oil torrijas” and “french toast that are grilled with just a bit of margarine”
      Another difference is that torrijas are dipped in a lot of milk and one egg while french toast is dipped in a mixture with more eggs than milk.
      A third difference; while torrijas are dipped in milk, egg and sugar, french toast is dipped in eggs, some milk and spices (cinnamon, vanilla and others) mixture. (original french toast recipe do not have sugar in the mixture either) xxxxxooooo

    • Lauren Aloise says

      That’s funny! I was always I die hard pancake girl, but lately I’ve been kind of obsessed with french toast! I want to try stuffed French Toast next time…

  2. says

    Nice simple recipe – I like to add some good Mexican vanilla into the mix. Gives a great taste to the French Toast. Thanks for sharing and Happy Easter. A

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