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Naija French Toast With Eggs, Milk


Toasting my naija french toast.

Nigerian  French toast came in when I thought about fixing a quick breaskfast and School Lunchbox all at once. Adults enjoyed theirb toastedb whole wheat bread while the kids lunchboxes were packed with theirs. It saves time. Dee also posted her method of french toast on the blog. There is also Naija club sandwich by Zinny.

PROCEDURE for our Nigerian french toast:


  1. Break eggs into a saucer and whisk
  2. Pour some milk and a little sugar to taste
  3. Dip slices of bread in the mixture
  4. On a greased, heated grill or fry pan, place the bread and flip over when brown
  5. Serve and enjoy 
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naija french toast


naija french toast with whole wheat bread

Enjoy our nigerian french toast at breakfast or dinner.

Comments

  1. Anonymous7/24/2014

    My oh my! So on point

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  2. Hmmmmmmm! Yummy!


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  3. Nice relief,thanks Eya u keep making it easier by the day. My kids will love this too.

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  4. I learnt this last year. Awesome. Although I don't put sugar. My hubby and 1st son no dey let me hear word. Everytime french toast

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  5. Aunt Eya do u use oil to fry?

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    1. Anonymous7/25/2014

      Best results, Fry with Butter....

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    2. Very little oil or butter. Just grease the pan lightly.

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  6. Anonymous7/25/2014

    What kind of milk? liquid milk or powdered milk?

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    1. Anonymous7/25/2014

      Liquid milk

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    2. Really? Been using powdered. I will try liquid now

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    3. @Brownsugar, there was no liquid milk at home so I mixed pwdered with water and a lil sugar.

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  7. Anonymous7/27/2014

    This blog can be soo boring! It's getting to 4 days now & no new post jeez! #yawns

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    1. Anonymous7/28/2014

      Why nt kukuma open ur own blog dat way u get to read ur posts everyday instead of waiting for four days....no comment.....

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    2. Anon please be patient with Eya. I will try my best for us:)

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  8. adewumi7/28/2014

    yummilicious

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  9. Thanks everyone. Should I thank the responder too? Maybe next time o cos for now you rude no be small. It's good for readers to rant when I don't update cos that actually rekindles and pushes me to push myself harder. Those who don't care won't even bother refreshing to check for updates <3

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  10. Anonymous8/02/2014

    pls did u fry it or you grilled it?

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