Salad with Mayonnaise and Balsamic Vinegar Dressing

Posted by Volvoxx On November - 21 - 2009

Out of ideas of what to cook for dinner? Dining alone? Salad makes an awesome, simple meal for one, or side dish for two or more!

Instant Tiramisu / Happy Birthday Dad

Posted by Volvoxx On October - 27 - 2009

My two nieces are more than happy to celebrate their grandfather's Birthday with him

Soya Bean Milk

Posted by Volvoxx On October - 22 - 2009

Ever wanted to try making your own soyabean milk? Check it out!

Baked Macaroni Cheese

Posted by Volvoxx On October - 12 - 2009

Fancy some simple satisfying Baked Macaroni Cheese at home? Check out this recipe.

Fish Chip with Beer Batter.

Posted by Volvoxx On October - 10 - 2009

An attempt in making Fish Chip with beer batter...while forcing QJ to consume fish :P

The end of sem 'pick-a-kitteh' syndrome.

Posted by Volvoxx On October - 09 - 2009

Kittens will mysteriously appear at our doorstep come semester break. This time, its happening again. A cute, manja, noisy kitten visits 391D.

French Toast for breakfast

by Volvoxx On April 23, 2009 10:46 AM
The thing about waking up early in the morning is that...I have to eat breakfast. Unlike last time where I wake up just in time for class and just run off without breakfast...I get hungry and...distracted :P Lunchtime is 3-4 hours away...and I dun think I can tahan till then...hahaha.

So French Toast is on the menu today. Unlike last time where I serba tak cukup ingredients (I had to manually ketuk a cinnamon stick cuz I dun have cinnamon powder...I thought Amran forgot to bring his back..damn)...this time I actually have all the ingredients on the shelf...hee..

So here's a recipe of one of the nicest, most fragrant french toast I've ever had, home made (aunt's one still rawks with 'mee koo' tho..mmm rindu)

  • 1 egg
  • 2 egg whites
  • 1/4 cup milk
  • 1/4 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon powder
  • dash nutmeg powder
  • 8 slices French bread, sliced on diagonal
**recipe requires 1 whole egg, and 2 egg whites....I just used 2 whole eggs to save all the trouble of having 2 extra yolks not knowing what I'll do with them later

1. Whisk egg until foamy.
2. Whisk in the milk, cinnamon, vanilla and nutmeg.
3. Heat up butter in non-stick pan. I used slow fire to prevent burning the bread.
4. Dip bread into mixture, coat thoroughly, and place them into heated pan. Cook until nicely browned.
5. Serve with maple syrup or honey. Jams will do too I think (thinks of blueberry jam..mmm). If you're not eating it immediately, keep warm in oven.

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