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Banana Nut French Toast

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For a heartier take on banana-nut bread, spread a mixture of bananas, brown sugar, and walnuts between slices of golden brioche before battering and frying. Line up the resulting French toast sandwiches on a large platter, and top with the remaining warm banana mixture before serving.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, April 2001
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  • zaraharrison21@gmail.com
    28 JUN, 2016
    oh...amazing recipe.you can see more french toast recipes on http://www.bestfrenchtoastrecipe.info
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  • Laurylyn
    2 JAN, 2013
    Amazing!!! Everyone LOVED IT at my annual holiday brunch. I did not make sandwiches, I just used the Challah to make fairly thick slices, then cut them in half to make triangles. Used the filling/topping all over the top!
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  • Minkyboodle
    14 OCT, 2012
    Oh and I didn't use any oil at all. It doesn't need it.
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  • Minkyboodle
    14 OCT, 2012
    I just made this french toast for my roommate's birthday brunch and it was amazing! I made a half recipe since there are only two of us and there are still leftovers. I used milk and cut the amount of butter in half as another reviewer recommended and they were still plenty rich. Added a bit of Jameson to the syrup for depth of flavor. If you are trying to find a special-occasion, delicious, yet still easy french toast, this is it!
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  • poopak16
    9 MAR, 2011
    I made it with 8 breads, I took it to my friends home, and it was great. next time I gonna make more. thanks.
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  • quietlilactress
    5 FEB, 2011
    i liked the topping, but i thought the french toast was too soggy on the inside since they were thick and the bread soaked up so much of the egg mixture. i would just make regular 1 piece slices of french toast and use half of the amount of filling to pile on top.
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  • hischild12
    8 APR, 2010
    This is quite possibly the most creative and delicious version of french toast I have ever eaten. I subsituted golden brown sugar for the dark brown, and it turned out just as wonderful!
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  • mlm30
    15 JUN, 2008
    This is an amazingly delicious meal. I would suggest cutting the amount of butter and vegetable oil in half throughout the recipe. I cooked it this way and it turned out great! This is a must for any special occassion!
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