How To French Toast Bread With Fry Pan By Dortiye

A serving of toast bread with beverage
 Ingredients:
5 Slice of Bread
2 Medium egg
1 Sardine


2 Tablespoon dry milk or liquid milk
1 tablespoon Butter
Pepper, salt & Maggi to taste

 

When brown remove and enjoy with tea, custard, Akamu, juice etc. The choice is yours..

Wishing all WC readers a Productive week!!!

Eggs, milk, bread, chocolate, margarine and sardine for toast bread
 Step 1
Crack egg into small bowl, add sardine, mix dry milk in water and add to mixture, add one tablespoon of butter, add a pinch of salt, maggi and pepper to taste. Mix till almost smooth.
Eggs and margarine in a plate
Adding margarine to egg and sardine
Adding ground pepper to eggs, margarine and sardine mixture
Mixture for toast
Slices of bread for toast
 Step two

* Grease frying pan with little butter & place on medium heat stove or gas cooker.
* use a spoon and spread mixture on both sides of the bread.
* place the bread on the pan, when it is brown turn to the other side of the bread and allow to brown but not burnt

 Step two
* Grease frying pan with little butter & place on medium heat stove or gas cooker.
* use a spoon and spread mixture on both sides of the bread.
* place the bread on the pan, when it is brown turn to the other side of the bread and allow to brown but not burnt
Step two

* Grease frying pan with little butter & place on medium heat stove or gas cooker.
* use a spoon and spread mixture on both sides of the bread.
* place the bread in the pan, when it is brown turn to the other side of the bread and allow to brown but not burntWhen brown remove and enjoy with tea, custard, Akamu, juice etc. The choice is yours.
 Enjoy Toast from Dortiye

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Comments

  1. Wow. We used do this a lot those days. I don't know how I just totally forgot about it. I guess with the advent of the electronic toaster perhaps. Thanks for the reminder. This style is a very lovely way of toasting bread. We call it "coated bread".

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  2. Nice one, wil try ds method

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  3. Felicia6/03/2013

    Don't have toaster. Will love to try this. Thx

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  4. Anonymous6/03/2013

    Wow dis is good. With NEPA and their wahala, one can enjoy toast bread weneva, tnx poster!

    *mandi*

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  5. Naija no dey carry last...

    But we dey eat meshai bread & egg and I personally use to ask them to toast it with the fry pan... Lolz, or am I alone on this? I need some culprit in the house....

    #runs off with eye's closed!

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    1. Pls what is meshai? It sounds funny though.

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    2. Pls what is meshai? It sounds funny though.

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    3. Meshai are those Aboki (hausa men) who do the road side "egg and bread" indomie and egg etc... You get now?

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    4. @Debby, you dey eat ma sef? I doubt, as a posh kid dat you are.

      But for we ajepako, life on the move and on the road... I love am, but haven't taken it in a year now....

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  6. Anonymous6/03/2013

    I had something similar for breakfast today.mine was french toast.I used just egg n veg oil.I dipped d sliced bread in d egg(both sides) then I used a little veg oil to prepare mine in d frying pan..

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  7. deisre6/03/2013

    Nice one. Will surely try it.

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  8. Hot Geh6/03/2013

    Calories calories....amen

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  9. Anonymous6/03/2013

    Its called french toast

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  10. Anonymous6/03/2013

    sorry to divert, i dont know what to do, there is a man that i was close to as a friend, no string attached and he was interested in a close relation, but it didnt work out and all through, he used to gist me of it and all, when that relationship ended, i advised him to move on and get someone else(nb am engaged to someone else) later he went on with anoda girl but it didnt work out and he told me about that and also told me he is with someone else but he didnt tell me who. i told him to be fast that i have saved up for his asoebi, just as friends talk. later i found out that the girl he is now dating is a casual friend that i know the family. i went to him and as a friend i told him dat u didnt even tell me this lady is your new girl, jokingly oh and i wished him luck.sincerely thats all i said. to the main issue, a week later, the lady's mum called be and started shouting and accusing me of gossiping about the daughter! it didnt stop there, the lady in question stopped interacting with me. the guy told me he just told the girl that i found out about them and that am a good friend and there is nothing to worry and he dont know why the family should act that way. am so shocked cos i hate grudges n problems. please what should i do please or was i wrong to tell my friend that i found out about his new girl?

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    1. Anonymous6/05/2013

      Madam pls tell urself d truth, u knw dats not d only tin u told d man about d girl. I'm sure u must hv tried in a joking manner 2 advise him against continuing d r/ship wit d poor girl. U asked him 2 hurry cos u wna do asoebi, deep inside u, u want dis man 4 urslf.
      Pls dnt come and defend urself cos I'm not comin bak 2 dis post. I hv told u wat u r!

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  11. BEKEES6/03/2013

    Nice one.This is hope for those that don't hve toaster hehehe

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  12. Priscy6/04/2013

    I don't have a toaster...will try it this weekend. But I'll have to find some good exercises to burn up the fat. Thx @poster

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    1. It's not really fattening. You could use skimmed milk. Instead of butter, you can use very little oil, like for pancakes. So little. A table spoon would do. Or if you use can, just use a heated non-stick pan like that without oil or butter.

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  13. Anonymous6/23/2013

    This is called french toast - Aunty Eya take note.

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  14. Anonymous7/04/2013

    Thanks babe, just did this now7m quite yum.

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