How do you ask Do you like French toast in French?
Aimez-vous le pain perdu?
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In France: Pain grillÃ© In Canada: Pain dorÃ© Pain grille is simply 'toast'. Un pain grille is 'a piece oftoast'. Pain perdu is equivalent to what Americans call Frenchtoast. It differs in that it may be baked, like a cake. The name'pain perdu' means 'lost bread'. That's because it's a way to… makeuse of stale bread. (MORE)
The name was not given to the recipe by the French but the actual recipe dates back prior to 16th century in France as it was and still is called "pain perdu" or lost bread. It was a way of using bread that had gone stale and would otherwise perhaps be thrown away. Stale bread, eggs and milk have be…en put together by the cooks of many countries. (MORE)
French toast is called "pain perdu" in French. Perdu means lost, because the bread used was mainly stale bread.
Yes they do, but differently. Everyone has a different variety of how they eat their French toast. French toast originated as a way to use day-old or stale bread (some breads and especially French bread become stale after one day). Whereas a stale, crunchy bread might seem unappetizing, soaking the …bread in eggs and frying it solved that problem. The precise origins of the recipe are unknown. Similar dishes have existed in many countries and under many names. (MORE)
Take 2 eggs and beat them into a bowl sprinkle some cinnamon and sugar and vanilla into the bowl take some Texas toast and dunk in the bowl on both sides stick in a pan similar to what you would cook bacon in cook on medium until golden brown throw some powdered sugar and syrup on it and … ENJOY!!!! (MORE)
Many people like French toast, which is bread dipped in egg and milk (and other ingredients) then fried in a pan. French toast is available pre-cooked in various forms for the toaster, oven, or microwave.
French toast is called "pain perdu" ("lost bread") in France whereit is a very old recipe. Basically it was a way of not throwingaway stale bread, by soaking it in a mixture of milk, egg and sugaror honey. The name French toast was given by the English, who observed andadopted the simple recipe, pos…sibly during the Hundred Year war. Although some Americans may like it, it existed before America wasdiscovered. It is cited in a French recipe book in the 1300s, and acentury later in an English book, but still under its French name. (MORE)
this recipe dates back to medieval times, the English might have learned it from the French, and called it "french toast" but in France the name is "Pain perdu" (lost bread)because at the origin it was a dish made by poor people to eat the stale bread
flour, apples, salt, and three pounds of lard. and of course you use that mixture on the bread!
No, it was invented in Belgium. And there were dishes similar to itin ancient times. Since the French buy their bread fresh daily,they do have "pain perdu" or French toast to use the bread whichotherwise they would not eat.
No and neither are French Windows, French Polish and French Breakfast radishes. . Actually it is French. It's referred to as le pain perdu , or "lost bread." Since French bread is typically made fresh and without preservatives, it only stays for a day or two. Pain perdu was a way of salvaging… bread that had become too hard or stale to eat normally. . I'm inclined to differ on this one. We English have a tendency to describe things as French this or French that when in reality they are not of French origin. Hence my remark about French Polish in fact it's neither French nor polish but more a varnish of shellac dissolved in alcohol. I agree the French have a dish called pain perdu but the Germans have the same dish which they call Chevalier Pauvre and we have Bread and Butter pudding. We also have French Toast which we may call eggy breads in some circles. We also have French Drains which the Romans were making in England long before France existed as a concept or a country. (To the person who made the second answer, thanks for the other French corrections by the way.) (MORE)
French Toast is made by dipping a slice of bread into a mix of a couple of eggs, a bit of milk, and sometimes sugar or cinnamon. The bread is then placed on a hot skillet, and turned once or twice as the bread 'toasts'. Serve with butter and syrup or other toppings of your choice.
The classic phrase is "Ã la santÃ© !" (to health!) which can be shortened to "Ã la vÃ´tre !" / "Ã la tienne !" or "santÃ© !" In friendly situations, though, I find that it is more common to say "tchin !" (or "tchin-tchin"), which represents the sound of glasses hitting togeter.
In Italy we don't eat french toasts, so we don't have a word for it. Some Italian recipebooks refer to it as "French Toast".
a good sight for translations. can be found if u search "babelfish online translator" into google, select the first option, this translator sound spoetic when translated.. hope this helps
To be honest, no one really knows, some say it is from America, others say England and Spain. but ive been researching it and it seems that french toast it actually from Spain! French toast was named after Joesph French the inventer!
1 Put 2 eggs in bowl and 1/4 cup of milk in bowl and whisk. . 2. Add a dash of cinnamon and a spoon of vanilla and whisk again. . 3. Spray skillet with cooking spray and preheat at 350 degrees. . 4. Dip 1 or more pieces of bread on each side. . 5. Put on skillet and flip with spatula when un…derside is dark brown. . 6. Enjoy! . (MORE)
1. take two eggs and crack them in the bowl, add a splash of milk or lactose free milk.. 2.take a fork and whisk it until completely yellow or at least partially. 3. heat a pan on low or 5 1/2 and put in two pats of butter. 4. lets butter melt all around the pan. 5. take white bread or Texas… toast and soak in the egg bowl on both sides. 6. put in pan and cook until crisp and brown, just make sure you don't burn it. . (MORE)
Cut thick slices of white bread. Beat an egg, add to it a tablespoon of sugar and the seeds of a vanilla pod. Dip bread into egg mixture, until the bread is fully saturated with the mixture. Fry the egg soaked bread until golden brown on both sides.
It wasn't actually made in France. Some think it was discovered in a Italian-Latin recipe book in the 4-5 century: the Apicius, It was simply entitle (translated from Italian) "Another Sweet Dish". In Germany it is called Armer Ritter , which means poor knight. Back in Medieval times the knights di…dnt have enough money for meat, so they soaked their stale bread in egg and milk and cooked it. In Hungary it is called: Fluffy Bread. In Spain they soak it in wine instead of milk for extra flavor. In Italy they put tomato sauce and cheese. In Belgium they put ice cream on it as a dessert. its good and easy to make=) (MORE)
The French didn't invent it, don't eat it and don't have a word for it.
French toast is a English-speaking name for a recipe. It is knownas "pain perdu" (literally: lost bread) in France. As a simple andinexpensive recipe, French toast was probably common in allEuropean countries. It is cited in a French recipe book of the 1300s, and a centurylater in an English book, b…ut still under the original French name. (MORE)
Nutrition Facts. Serving Size 2 slices (135.0 g) Amount Per Serving Calories 356 Calories from Fat 169. % Daily Value * Total Fat 18.8g 29% Saturated Fat 7.7g 39% Polyunsaturated Fat 2.4g Monounsaturated Fat 7.1g Cholesterol 116mg 39% Sodium 513mg 21% Total Carbohydrates 36.0g 12% Protein 10.3g. … Vitamin A 9% â¢ Vitamin C 0% Calcium 7% â¢ Iron 11%. Based on a 2000 calorie diet . See more extended nutritional details . Water 68.47 g Energy 356 kcal Energy 1492 kj Protein 10.34 g Total lipid (fat) 18.77 g Ash 1.38 g Carbohydrate, by difference 36.05 g Fiber, total dietary ~ g Sugars, total ~ g Calcium, Ca 73 mg Iron, Fe 1.89 mg Magnesium, Mg 16 mg Phosphorus, P 146 mg Potassium, K 177 mg Sodium, Na 513 mg Zinc, Zn 0.59 mg Copper, Cu 0.065 mg Manganese, Mn 0.209 mg Selenium, Se 20.9 mcg Vitamin C, total ascorbic acid 0.1 mg Thiamin 0.581 mg Riboflavin 0.5 mg Niacin 3.915 mg Pantothenic acid 0.54 mg Vitamin B-6 0.054 mg Folate, total 73 mcg Folic acid 43 mcg Folate, food 30 mcg Folate, DFE 103 mcg_DFE Vitamin B-12 0.36 mcg Vitamin A, IU 473 IU Vitamin A, RAE 136 mcg_RAE Retinol 135 mcg Vitamin E, added ~ mg Fatty acids, total saturated 7.749 g Fatty acids, total monounsaturated 7.074 g Fatty acids, total polyunsaturated 2.444 g Cholesterol 116 mg Tryptophan 0.143 g Threonine 0.405 g Isoleucine 0.532 g Leucine 0.817 g Lysine 0.506 g Methionine 0.246 g Cystine 0.2 g Phenylalanine 0.536 g Tyrosine 0.346 g Valine 0.625 g Arginine 0.518 g Histidine 0.235 g Alanine 0.467 g Aspartic acid 0.771 g Glutamic acid 2.24 g Glycine 0.358 g Proline 0.772 g Serine 0.637 g Breakdown . Daily Values . Legend Fat Protein Carbs Alcohol Other (MORE)
French toast actually did originate in France, the French peasants used leftover baguettes to make it. Of course, it's been Americanized, so the French toast you're used to probably isn't the same as the original French toast.
No. .. It is more likely that the recipe dates back to the medieval ages and may have been a logical "invention" by different people , akin to battering and frying any food . .. Supposedly it was originally known in England and America as "German toast" , prior to the First World War , when it was… changed because of anti - German sentiment. (MORE)
The only way French Toast could be perceived as healthy is by using multi-grain or whole wheat bread.
you clang you glasses of juice or wine together to celebrate something special or a holiday
"Qu'aimer vous?" is a direct translation of "what do you like" whereas if you were trying to tell someone what you liked it would be "J'aime [...]" is a translation of "I like [...]"
You put the egg in a bowl, stir and then dip the bread into the bowl to get the egg on the bread.
Yes, the French did invent French toast they also invented French Fries. Ans. 2 The French might well have invented French Fries had not the Belgians beaten them to it. It is noteworthy that although frites are the most popular way of eating potatoes in France, the French are always willing to give… credit to the Belgians for them. On the other hand, the French have no desire to take credit for "French Toast". They did not invent it, or name it, they do not eat it and there is no word for it in French, except possibly 'degeu'. It probably came from the USA, but no-one there wants to take the blame credit for it either. (MORE)
French toast , in English, means, pain perdu ( lost bread ), in French More Information: When bread would go stale, in order not to waste it, the French would dip slices in a scrambled egg mixture and fry it.
french toast is not typically french .but the french bread called banquette was often served in such a manner.soon many people followed this recipe with all other popular breads available in their region.this is how it got its name
Well, the french toast tastes egg-like and rather sweet (especially if you add confectioners sugar). Cinnamon is also quite a good topping.
I can't answer this question, because I don't know the answer to it. You would have to ask him yourself in person or maybe write the Whitehouse a letter. He might answer it! You never know if you don't try
two pieces of french toast with egg and sausage in the middle and there's french toast sandwich
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Yes, I like french toast a lot. I like it especially with strawberries, eggs, and apple juice.
it is a piece of bread dipped in a bowl of egg and onion then it is put in a frying pan
French toast recipe for four people: 8 slices of bread half a liter of milk 50 grams of sugar or better, brown sugar, a dose of vanilla-perfumed sugar some butter to fry the bread slices in. Break the eggs in the milk, add the vanilla sugar, whip the whole and soak the bead in it. Fry y…our butter in the pan and put the bread in until cookes (it turns light brown). You may then put the sugar (or even put it while the bread is frying) (MORE)
Recipe for easy french toast:4 slices of bread (your choice) In a square Tupperware pan, break 2 eggs Add 2 heap-full tblps. of brown sugar 1tsp. of Cinnamon 1 tsp. of vanilla Mix all of the above ingredients well (set aside) Place your slices of bread on a napkin and sprinkle both side of your brea…d with a little bit of Cinnamon. Take 1 slice of brad and dip both side in egg mix. Have your frying pan warm enough to grill your bread on both side. I use number 4 on the dial of my stove also use Olive oil in frying pan. Enjoy with your favorite maple syrup. (MORE)
French toast: we don't know. The earliest mention of French toast is in a collection of Latin recipes dating back to the 4th or 5th century. Another mention is during the reign of Henry the 5th when it was known as 'pain perdu' in England. Pain perdu is French for "lost bread" - i.e. stale br…ead which otherwise would have been thrown out. It was very popular in the Medieval ages in England and France and was widely known from then on. There is no proof, that we know of, that it is actually French. French fries: disputed between northern France and Belgium. The first written record of French fries were from a family manuscript dated 1781 recounts that potatoes were fried in 1680 in what was then Spanish Netherlands and is now Belgium and part of northern France. In the early 20th century, the term "French fried" was being used in the sense of "deep-fried" so that is how French fries got their name. The French themselves do not call their fries 'French', but simply 'fries'. (MORE)
There are many recipes available on the internet to make french toast. In terms of deciding which is the best, you need to see which ones explains the directions in the simplest form and provides the most detail. In my experience, I have found that the Food Network website provides recipes with exce…llent directions. (MORE)
French toast was not invented in France. In fact, French toast was around long before France even existed as a country.
French toast was mentioned in a collection of Latin receipts in the 4th and 5th centuries
Salut: Qu'est-ce que vous-desirez? [k+ace ker voo day-see-hray] You may follow with the occassion (like for your birthday, etc).
A la tienne or a ta sante (if you are familiar) A la votre or a votre sante (if you are not close to the person)
Smaller dogs you probably don't want to feed then human food, but for bigger dogs you can most of the time feed then left over human food
The earliest known reference is in Apicius, Latin recipes of the 4 th or 5th Centuries, although milk and not egg was suggested. Later a 14th century, there was a German receipt known as Arme Ritter or 'poor knights'. In the 15th Century there was a receipt in England suggesting a similar receipt fo…r bread that was going stale. Various versions of French Toast was served throughout Europe in the MIddle Ages (MORE)
cinnamon and sugar, butter, fresh fruit, and whip cream. Confectioners sugar also makes a nice sweet topper for french toast. hope you like it!
Yes, French toast is a traditional French food, but the simplicityof the recipe helped it spread and become popular elsewhere. Thefirst written mention of French toast, under its French name, "painperdu" ("lost bread") is from a French recipe book of the 1300s. Inthe 1400s a mention of it is found i…n an English recipe book, butstill under the French name. (MORE)