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Ingredients of Soft Toasts with Fruits
- You need of or less (7 oz) milk.
- You need of egg.
- It’s of Sugar to taste (1/2 tablespoon).
- It’s of white bread (or any that you like).
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Soft Toasts with Fruits instructions
- Mix milk with egg and sugar in a large bowl.
- Dip bread into the milk. If you want toasts to be extra soft, leave bread in milk for a couple of minutes.
- Heat a large skillet/frying pan over low heat. If you want toasts to turn extra brown and a bit crispy, coat with cooking spray or olive oil.
- Take out bread from milk and put onto the pan and cook on each side for approx. 2.5 minutes until browned (depends on the slices thickness). Flip with a spatula to avoid burns or scratching the surface of the pan.
- Dust toasts with powdered sugar.
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