Definition of French toast

1. Noun. Bread slice dipped in egg and milk and fried; topped with sugar or fruit or syrup.

Generic synonyms: Dish

Definition of French toast

1. Noun. (uncountable) Food prepared by dipping bread into egg batter and frying. ¹

2. Noun. (alternative spelling of French toast) ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of French Toast

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French presses
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French roof
French rye
French scale
French sorrel
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French stick
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Literary usage of French toast

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Home Cook Book: A Collection of Practical Receipts by Expert Cooks (1905)
"... Corn Cakes—Green Corn Pancakes — Hoe Cakes—Rice Batter Cakes—Rice Pancakes—Cracker Panada—Toast—Creamed Toast—french toast—Milk Toast—Molasses Toast for ..."

2. The Picayune Creole Cook Book (1922)
"Prepare some french toast (see recipe); pound the Anchovies to a paste with the Gruyere cheese; line very shallow gem pans with a pie paste. (See recipe. ..."

3. Aunt Caroline's Dixieland Recipes by Emma McKinney, William McKinney (1922)
"french toast 1 egg slightly beaten, 1 tablespoon sugar, J4 teaspoonful salt, Yb cup milk or coffee, 4 slices bread. Mix egg, salt, sugar, and liquid in a ..."

4. Hotel Meat Cooking: Comprising Hotel and Restaurant Fish and Oyster Cooking by Jessup Whitehead (1901)
"french toast, Wine Sauce. 20 slices of bread. 1 cupful of milk. ... Several different things are understood by the term french toast. ..."

5. Eat Your Food! Gastronomical Glory from Garden to Gut: A Coastalfields by Aaron Brachfeld, Aaron Brachfeld and Mary Choate, Mary Choate (2007)
"... french toast french toast is a wonderful treat, but is not good to eat regularly because of the amount of eggs. Try oo j making it with homemade challah ..."

6. The Cookbook for Men Whose Wives Don't Cook by Christopher Hamilton (2006)
"french toast These are easier than pancakes, and you don't even need to speak French to make it. Preheat your frying pan to medium-low (3-4). ..."

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