French Toast with Blueberry compote/Caramelised apple slices

French Toast

By Kira
I was looking for an alternate breakfast to the same old boring porridge/cereals and something that I haven’t eaten in while. Here it is the french toast with different toppings blueberry compote, caramelised apple slices.

French Toast

Prep time :5 mins
Cook time: 10~15 mins
Total time: 15~20 mins
Yield: 2 portions

Ingredients

Egg1
milk4 tbsp
caster sugar1 tsp
vanilla essence1/4 tsp
butterfor toasting
white bread4 slices

Instructions
– Beat the egg, then add the milk, sugar and vanilla essence to it and mix until the sugar dissolves.
– Cut the each bread slice into triangles.
– Heat the fry pan/crepe pan on medium heat. Spread the butter on the pan.
– Dip each bread triangles in egg & milk mixture until well coated on both side. Cook them in the pan until golden brown, it may take about 1~1.5 min. Turn the bread to cook the other side.
– Serve immediately with blueberry compote, caramelised apple slices or any jam of your choice.

It was so yummy with fruit compote to go with it.  I wonder why I have tired it before 🙂 It is quick & easy to make as well.

Blueberry Compote
Blueberries100 g
Caster sugar1 tbsp
Lemon juicea squeeze

Instructions
– In a saucepan put the blueberry, sugar and lemon juice.
– Heat the pan on low heat, until the blueberries release their juices. Leave for couple of minutes for the juices to get little thicker.
– Remove from heat and let it cool before serving.

Caramelised apple slices
Granny Smith apple/cooking apple2
Caster sugar2 tbsp
Butter2 tbsp
Cinnamon powder1/2 tsp
water1 tsbp

Instructions
– Peel, core and cut the apples into slices.
– Add the apple slices, sugar, butter, cinnamon powder and water to a sauce pan.
– Heat the pan on low heat, until the apples are softer. It may take 12~15 mins.
– Remove from heat and let it cool before serving.

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