French toast cooked overnight because I can’t imagine a better New Year’s brunch dish. can you?? It was as if the Times Square ball had dropped and sprinkles had spilled over the confetti, and luckily we were standing there with a casserole of bread sandwiched with marzipan. (You’re all fairy bread, right? Australian delight with buttered bread and sprinkles?!! If not, go ahead!!)
Ingredients for 3 servings
– 3 eggs,
– 2 TBSP Sambals,
– 1 Finely Chopped Red Onion,
– 1 Handful of Finely Chopped Fresh Onions,
– 1/2 TSP Your Favorite Masala Powder (I use Madras),
– Pinch of Sea Salt,
– Pinch of Dried Mushroom Powder,
– 6 Slices of Stale Bread,
– Kewpie Swimsuit, 12 Spread
– 1 TBSP Sesame Oil,
– Pinch Sesame,
– A pinch of Nori Flakes / Dried Parsley,
1: – Whisk the eggs, sambal, red onion, scallions, masala, salt, and mushroom powder in a wide shallow bowl until well mixed.
– Spread the bread on both sides with mayonnaise.
– Leave the bread on both sides for about 30 seconds and dip it in the egg mixture.
– Spread the onion and green onions on the bread.
– Add sesame oil to a pan on medium heat. When the oil is hot, add the bread, onions, and green onions to the bottom.
2: – Using the back of a spatula, gently press the bread down so that the egg mixture adheres to the bread.
– When the bottom is crispy, turn and cook for 1 more minute.
– Take it from the stove and put it on serving plates.
– Repeat the process for the remaining bread.
– Sprinkle some sesame seeds and nori flakes on top.
– Serve immediately.