Easiest Way to Prepare Tasty Japanese style french toast

Japanese style french toast. First off, Japanese french toast starts off with shokupan: super fluffy milk bread. The crusts are almost always cut off and the super soft and fluffy bread soaks up liquid like a sponge. The eggs get puffy and fluffy and it is just SO GOOD.

This Japanese-inspired French Toast is topped with nutritious Kinako, roasted soybean flour and lots of Okinawan Kuromitsu, black sugar syrup. If soaked too long, the inside becomes soggy. Is that kinako on top on the toast? You can cook Japanese style french toast using 6 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you cook that.

Ingredients of Japanese style french toast

  1. It’s 2 slices of thickly sliced bread (soft fluffy bread recommended).
  2. Prepare 2 of eggs.
  3. Prepare 1/4 cup of fresh milk.
  4. It’s 1 tbsp of sugar.
  5. It’s 1 tbsp of mirin.
  6. You need 1/2 tbsp of soy sauce.

Trim away the crust of your bread and cut each slice into two rectangular pieces. French toast should be golden brown and fluffy. As I always start with Japanese-style breakfast, I don't get to western-style breakfast until toward the end of my breakfast. Sure enough, the French toast was insanely good!

Japanese style french toast instructions

  1. Trim away the crust of your bread and cut each slice into two rectangular pieces..
  2. Make the egg mixture by combining eggs, milk, sugar, mirin and soy sauce. You may choose to strain the mixture, I did not do that..
  3. Soak bread pieces into the egg mixture for 30 minutes then flip over carefully to soak the other side for 30 minutes. The bread is very soft..
  4. Heat a lightly oiled pan on low heat. Cook the bread on one side for 8 minutes, covered. Then carefully flip over and cook the other side for 5-8 minutes, covered..
  5. French toast should be golden brown and fluffy. Enjoy with butter and maple syrup..

The crispy buttery edges, creamy custardy inside, and all the delicious topping made the fried bread the most irresistible. First I made Tamagokayi and then cutting and putting proper size inside brioche toasts, soaking egg juice and some sugar to make French Toast sandwich my style as today's weekend brunch. I called it "eggs inside-out" because the brioche is also made with free-range farm eggs. Japanese French Toast – invented by the crew at Tastemade Japan. Trippa alla Romana: Roman Style Tripe in Tomato Sauce.

Anya Gerry

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