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Classic French Toast

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Any dense bread such as challah, brioche, or sourdough will work for this simple French toast recipe.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, April 2001
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  • hm11042006
    13 OCT, 2017
    I liked it. It uses all of the rifght stuff. Also my brother who hates every thing I make loved this .
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  • bjutras59
    1 OCT, 2017
    I made the egg mixture according to the recipe, but when frying the bread, I only used butter and I only used 2 tsp for every two pieces. It was delicious!
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  • alucy1977gmail
    27 AUG, 2017
    First time Think I might have found my calling Came out perfect Smelled so good cooking Quick and easy
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  • MS11698268
    11 DEC, 2016
    One of my favourite Martha 'no fail' recipes. Always comes out good and tastes great.
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  • ZashaB
    9 FEB, 2016
    I just made this for my husbands birthday breakfast and wow...was it good! The vanilla is what made this recipe amazing. The smell permeated the whole house like freshly baked bread. I used half n half and portuguese sweet bread and small pinch of chinese five spice because I didn't have nutmeg.
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  • lesleyANDemma
    10 JUL, 2015
    My daughter Emma had this at her friends house (her friends mum made it) and Emma tried the recipe the next weekend at our house - we love it !
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  • doorsofdurin
    7 JUL, 2015
    I followed the recipe exactly and it ended up tasting rather bitter. I've also tried making Martha Stewart's Maple-Apple French Toast, also from this website, and it tasted much better than this recipe did. I am very disappointed.
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  • MS11681706
    8 FEB, 2015
    Flavor was good, however it was extremely soggy. I would make again, but not sit in the egg/milk mixture. I would just dip and fry.
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  • MS112581258
    1 NOV, 2014
    I basically really liked this recipe….I usually just use butter but liked the way the toast cooked in half butter half oil….also all cream too heavy for me so used half cream half low fat milk…..and thought 2 tablespoons of vanilla was too much…..I love vanilla but it was too dominant in the flavor…..would use half amount next time or even a little less…..that is a lot of vanilla…..will make again…..might even use all whole milk because cream a little too intense for me…..
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  • DianneWebb
    16 FEB, 2014
    This is the best french toast recipe I've ever tried. The only change I made was to use Pepperidge Farm's French Toast Bread. This bread is thick and very dense. During the cooking time the bread rises with a slightly crispy outside. Following the recipe in conjunction with the bread gives a wonderful result.
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