Monday, October 6, 2008

Single-Sided French Toast

(8 servings)

    An attempt to recreate my father's French toasts. His are much nicer as they are fried using the wok or frying pan. We don't do frying at home in our small kitchen as the smoke and smell will fill the house and it's more tedious to clean the wok and utensils too :P

4 square slices of white bread
1 egg
1/2 teaspoon sugar
1/2 teaspoon oil
2 teaspoons water


  1. Remove the rack from the Healsio oven, cover with aluminium foil and set aside.

  2. Take a medium-sized bowl and break the egg inside.

  3. Scatter the sugar, oil and water evenly in the bowl.

  4. Beat the egg mixture with a fork till well-blended. Pour the mixture onto a flat, shallow plate.

  5. Take 1 slice of bread and place it on the mixture, lightly pressing on it for about 10 seconds. Place it on the aluminium foil with the dipped side facing up. The side touching the foil is not dipped as it will stick to the foil and not cook properly either.

  6. Repeat the previous step with the other 3 slices of bread.

  7. Place the rack in the Healsio oven and use OVEN mode (w/o preheat) at 250°C for 15mins. (use 10mins for softer & less toasted results. Watch the oven from 10mins onwards.)

  8. Before serving, cut each square slice into 2 triangular slices, making 8 servings altogether.

- Cooking time (minus preparation): 15mins
- Power Consumption: 0.6kWh

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