Thursday, May 18, 2017

Vegan French Toast | Eggless French Toast | Bread Toast

Vegan French Toast, Yep,you read it correct, french toast without egg and milk and it's absolutely delicious and as soft as pillow.While browsing in foodgawker, i came across this wonderful idea of making vegan french toast, instead of regular milk, coconut milk was used in this recipe.As i love anything with coconut, i tried it on the very next day. As expected, it turns out very delicious and soft.
In the last one month, i have made this toast for 3 times so far. Every time, i made few changes to suit our taste better , in the original recipe, almond milk and coconut milk was used in equal proportion, but we liked the toast more with only coconut milk. And also i reduced the amount of corn flour as suggested since i used home made thick coconut milk and i don't need more corn flour to thicken the batter.All i'm saying is get the idea, play with your ingredients and adjust as per your taste.Now let's move on to the recipe.


Vegan French Toast | Eggless French Toast

Preparation Time : 5 mins | Cooking Time : 10 minsServes :
Recipe Category: Toast | Recipe Cuisine: Genereal
Ingredients
Bread - 6 slices
Coconut Milk - 1 cup
Corn flour - 2 tsp
Cinnamon powder - 1/4 tsp
Honey/Maple Syrup - 1 to 2 tbsp
Coconut Flakes - 2 tbsp(optional)
Vegetable oil - as needed

Procedure
Take the coconut milk in a bowl, add the corn flour and mix well without any lumps.Then add the honey and cinnamon powder and mix it well. That's it, you batter for the toast is ready.Heat the pan and grease with oil, dip the bread in the coconut milk mixture and place it on the pan,sprinkle some coconut flakes on top and cook on both sides until both sides becomes golden brown.That's it, Your Vegan French Toast is ready. Drizzle with some honey and serve along with fresh fruits and juice.
Notes:
  • A day old bread is idle for this toast, so that it doesn't absorb coconut milk more and make it as soggy.
  • If you're making with fresh bread, then instead of dip it in the coconut milk, spoon the coconut milk evenly on the both sides of the bread and toast. That way, you get soft but not soggy toast.
  • Adding coconut flakes on top is optional.As i like coconut flavor a lot, i have used it.
  • Instead of cinnamon, you can use vanilla extract also.
  • I have used homemade coconut milk.
  • Depends on the sweetness of the coconut milk,adjust the amount of honey.
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10 comments:

  1. Must be so flavourful with all the coconut milk. Looks absolutely yum..

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  2. Oh delicious sandhiya! I can imagine the flavor of coconut milk in the toast! I m bookmarking this to try!!

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  3. The French toast sounds delicious , I am trying to absorb all flavours.

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  4. This is such an interesting recipe... nice way of enjoying French toast without having the actual ingredients...

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  5. Love this eggless french toast to the core, drooling here.

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  6. That vegan French toast sure looks delectable. Love the use of coconut milk in there.

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  7. Vegan French toast sounded weird the first time I heard it, but now with substitutions any dish is possible. It may not have the exact taste of the original, but yet it's good on its own. I am glad you have found the base recipe that you like!

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  8. Wow I love this, and makes a great toast right..

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