In France: Pain grillé
In Canada: Pain doré
Pain grille is simply 'toast'. Un pain grille is 'a piece of toast'.
Pain perdu is equivalent to what Americans call French toast. 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 make use of stale bread.
"Pain perdu" is the French equivalent
French Toast was made by Romans in Italy!!! And it's called French Toast!!!
Yes French toast is fried.
yes the french canadians made french toast
We call it French Toast or Eggy Bread or Gypsy Toast
two pieces of french toast with egg and sausage in the middle and there's french toast sandwich
there is cinnimon in a french toast bagel
French toast is 'du pain perdu' in French.
The spelling is the contraction here's (here is) as in "Here is a toast" (this is a toast).