How to make french toast During The Lockdown

how-to-make-french-toast during the lockdown

The quick and easy recipe for making French toast in the microwave (and it works well)

The fact that this year we are going to run out of processions and other typical Easter events does not mean that the same must happen with French toast. As Palm Sunday approaches, the urge to bite into this typical candy increases… However, with the basic ingredients with which they are prepared and this recipe suitable for microwaves, we can have them ready in less than a half-hour. They’re not like the traditional ones, but it’s worth a try.

In addition, these French toast microwaves are much lighter than traditional French toast because it does not go through the oil. It is true that, for this reason, they are less juicy but this is resolved by eating them when the heat of cooking makes them a rich and tender bite. Another advantage is that they are very easy to prepare and hardly spoil anything during their preparation.

Ingredients (for 4 units)
-Yesterday’s bread
-1 egg
-75 ml of lemon and cinnamon milk
-30 g sugar
-5 g butter

How to make a quick French toast in the microwave

First, you need to cut the bread into four slices about 2 cm thick. On the other hand, the milk is mixed with half of the indicated sugar and it is put in the microwave for 30 seconds to temper it. The goal is for the sugar to dissolve and the bread to absorb the mixture sooner.

Then we mix it with the beaten egg, stir well and pour the mixture into a container in which all the slices of bread will fit. The bread is left to soak well on both sides until it absorbs all the liquid. It will take about 15 minutes.

The next step is to grease a microwave-safe container with butter, for this we will cover it with parchment paper and present it later in the microwave for 2 minutes and at a power of 750 W.

Finally, all we have to do is sprinkle the French toast with the remaining sugar and caramelize with a torch or under the grill. It’s as simple as making these express French toasts.