I was fortunate enough to have a wonderful coworker bring me some raisin challah bread. She is celebrating Rosh Hashanah and brought a few of us our own loaves! She highly recommended making french toast with it, so I didn't delay. We enjoyed it this morning!
Not much of a recipe here, but here's what I did:
1. Cut the challah in 1/2 inch slices- I did 4 slices 2. Mix two eggs, 1/4 c milk and 1 tsp of cinnamon in a shallow bowl 3. Heat a pan on med-high and spray a non-stick spray 4. Dip the bread in the egg mixture, flip and dip again 5. Cook the bread on each side for approximately 4 minutes- be sure to check it though of course! 6. Eat it! Mmmm! We sprinkled with powdered sugar, and of course used real maple syrup.
I'm Molly, a newlywed living in SE Michigan. I'm really enjoying married life in our new home! I am trying my hardest to keep a happy household and that includes full stomachs! We are constantly making improvements to our house and trying new recipes and just wanted a place to house all that! Enjoy and thanks for taking a look!