The Neutron Chef

French Toast with Turkey Ham

Just a simple breakfast that I made for myself this morning 🙂 I only used 2 slices of bread because I’m a light eater.

Ingredients (enough for 1):

3 Slices of White Bread (A healthier alternative would be Whole-Meal Bread)

1 Egg

50ml of Milk

1 Slice of Ham (My mum bought Turkey Ham the other day so I just used it)

1 Slice of Kraft Cheese

Butter

Sugar

Preparation:

1) Beat the egg together with milk and a teaspoon of sugar. It is unlikely that all the sugar will dissolve though.

Cooking:

1) Heat 2 tablespoons of butter in the pan on medium heat for 1 minute. Coat one slice of bread evenly with the egg mixture and place it in the pan. Fry each side for  1 minute, or until you get the desired crisp on the French Toast. Repeat for the remaining slices of bread.

*Do not soak the bread in the egg mixture for too long as the bread will turn soggy and disgusting :S

2) Lightly fry the ham to get the fragrance out.

3) Set in the following order: Bread, Ham, Bread, Cheese, Bread. Place the sandwich in the oven for about 30 secs to melt the cheese, and you’re done! Drizzle some maple syrup and start eating!

Variations:

1) I did not have maple syrup so I just melted some butter with a teaspoon of sugar.

2) If you’re a light eater like me, 2 slices of bread will suffice. However, you will have extra egg mixture. You can choose to fry a mini-omelete or give the 3rd slice of toast to someone 🙂

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