We love the Primal Girl Magic Dough recipe because it is so versatile - here we use it to make French Toast which is a great breakfast dish.
In our family we call this eggy bread. We are quite simple folks when it comes to naming things - as a children I had a toy panda for a teddy, so it was called Panda. My youngest daughter has a doll with a hard head, she has been named Hard Head. Maybe we're odd...
Anyway, eggy bread is seemingly more commonly known as French Toast and I
think I'm right is saying it is also known as Gypsy Toast. Call it what you will, it's egg soaked bread that is then fried. Simples!
I use swede in my magic dough - I think that's rutabaga in the US?
Swede is a good source of thiamin, vitamin B6, calcium, magnesium and phosphorus as well as being a very good source of vitamin C, potassium and manganese.
Eggs are a great source of protein - all 9 essential amino acids are provided in the king of fast foods. They also give us riboflavin, vitamin B12, phosphorus and selenium.
2. For French Toast the rolls work best if you shape them so that they are quite large and flat - the palette knife will hopefully give you an idea of the size.
3. Cook according to the recipe instructions, then allow to cool completely. It's probably best to make some rolls up the day before.
4. Slice the rolls in half.
5. Crack 2 eggs into a bowl and beat well.
6. Place the sliced roll into the eggs and carefully push them down into the egg mixture with a fork.
7. Let the egg soak into the rolls for a couple of minutes .
8. Heat the oil in a frying pan or on your George Foreman grill.
9. Cook the french toast for approximately 4 minutes in the George Foreman grill. If you are using a frying pan make sure to turn the toast to cook both sides.
Serve with bacon and maple syrup for a proper treat!