Hong Kong

Sweet like a dessert, this french toast Hong Kong style is definitely a comfort food. We were introduced to it by a local, who suggested we indulge in it at 3 am.  We didn’t argue. After polishing off a piece, we agreed french toast is better in Hong Kong than in France. Be prepared: This recipe is not for the dieter.

Hong Kong’s French Toast

Ingredients:

White sandwich bread, the thicker the better

Peanut Butter

Butter

Maple Syrup

3 large eggs

1/2 cup milk

2 tbsps fine sugar

1 tsp vanilla

In a deep dish, beat the eggs with sugar, milk and vanilla until the sugar is dissolved.

Spread the peanut butter liberally on one piece of bread, some butter on another piece of bread, and put the two pieces of bread together, making a sandwich. This is for one person, and you repeat this process with enough french toasts to serve your family.

In a non-stick pan, melt about 1 tbsp butter over medium heat.

Dip the sandwich into the egg batter and fry in the butter until golden brown on both sides.

Remove toast and put it on a plate. Add a thin slice of butter on top and drizzle with maple syrup over it. Or you can drizzle condensed milk on top of the finished product.

One thought on “Hong Kong

  1. Hi
    this sounds like something grandpa would really like i will try it for him and sample his.
    by the looks of your pics you and Jason will not have to worry about eating on a diet
    have fun truing these things you lucky kid you. loveya gram

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