Hello Dear Readers,
This morning I decided to treat my sweet mother to Buttermilk French Toast. We have a combined household and without her Scott and I would not be able to do all that we do in ministry and our church www.safehavenchurch.info
Here is what you need to make your own Buttermilk French Toast.
2 Sliced of bread I used Challah, you can find Challah bread on Fridays at Wegmans
1 Egg (wisked)
4 tablespoons or a good splash of Buttermilk.
2 tablespoons of very good Vanilla extract I like the Madagascar Vanilla.
A sprinkle of Cinnamon and Sugar
A pinch of salt I use sea salt
Cut Challah sliced to desired thickness, set aside.
In a small bowl crack, and wisk 1 egg until nice and yellow. Then add Buttermilk. Next add Cinnamon and Sugar, wisk well. Then add Vanilla and wisk. Add the pinch of salt and wisk.
Place your challah bread in a pie dish or a plate with raised edges.
Some people soak their French toast. I prefer to spoon the egg mixture over each slice of bread one side at a time. I personally prefer a less custard type French toast. I do not finish the French toast in the oven.
Set stovetop to medium heat. Today I used my 6.5 Open Skillet from Xtrema! I prepared the skillet by spraying cooking spray into the skillet then adding a small pat of butter. When the butter melts you are ready to place your buttermilk challah bread 1 slice at a time, into the skillet to make your French toast. You will need to spray and butter your skillet for each slice of challah bread.
Cook each side until golden brown. Plate, serve with grapes, whip cream, and a small amount of Agave nectar, and enjoy!