Fluffy French Toast
(4 servings) Printable Version
Pour remaining milk in a second dish.
Melt shortening in heavy skillet or electric skillet. Dip bread, one piece at a time, in the milk, then batter. Turn to coat both sides.
Fry till golden brown on one side. Flip, cover skillet so batter will puff & cook until second side is golden.
Makes 4 servings of 3 pieces.
This is my grandma's recipe - many people over the years have enjoyed this french toast. I find that I can get a make a few more pieces than the recipe calls for because there is always remaining batter. Left-overs freeze well, just microwave them for a 1 minute to thaw and pop in the toaster for a bit to get crispy again.
Mr Breakfast would like to thank amydavis70 for this recipe.
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Based on 2 votes.
This recipe is my absolute favorite!! @Dipitydoo - Try using a firmer bread. I use sourdough and it's never soggy.
Comment submitted: 5/13/2014 (#18874)
Mr. B, "Pour remaining mild in a second dish" in your Fluffy French Toast. Must have been multiple mild instead of milk typo's.
Comment submitted: 9/26/2010 (#11297)
Tried this, excellent! I added a couple of drops of vanilla essence.
Comment submitted: 7/5/2010 (#10832)
I noticed that dipping the bread in the milk before the batter makes the inside of the french toast soggy and it never cooks out so I omitted it and just dipped it into the batter and added confection sugar and cinnamon.
Comment submitted: 11/29/2009 (#9123)
Has anyone noticed that in the "Fluffy French Toast" recipe it mentions the word 'mild' instead of 'milk' ? I think this may be an error. I haven't made the recipe yet due to this error.
Note from Mr B: Hi Sweetie - I fixed that spelling mistake. Thanks for pointing it out.
Comment submitted: 10/21/2009 (#8876)
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