Punkin Around with Old Bread
It is that time of the week where old bread is starting to get stale. So naturally, I cooked with. I am a firm believer in using everything if possible. Last week, I made some Punkin Ale White Bread. Subtle in pumpkin flavor, I think this bread would make great french toast. When cooking with pumpkin anything, just remember that pumpkin is nothing without cinnamon! Okay, lets do this.
Most people know how to make French toast. The fact that I even put up such a simplistic recipe may even seem insulting to your culinary skills. However, I am simply emphasizing the uses old bread to maximized use of your bread, beer bread or otherwise.
If you try this, let me know how it turns out.
- Slice the Punkin Ale White Bread with a bread knife.
- On a plate, evenly distribute sugar and cinnamon. Crack egg into a bowl and lightly whip.
- Pour oil in frying pan. Turn stove on medium heat. Take a slice of bread and dip it into the egg. Then place the bread on the sugar / cinnamon mix. Make sure that the entire surface area is covered with sugar and cinnamon. Place in pan. Repeat this for all your slices of bread.
- Cooking for 2-3 minutes, flip, then cook for an additional 2-3 minutes or until golden brown.
- Pour syrup and powdered sugar on top if desired.