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    French Toast

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    Making it for the first time, any great recipes or suggestions?
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    Oh and how do I know that the egg was fully cooked? I dont wanna take it off the pan to early and get sick!
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    Put vanilla in it! Vanilla and cinnamon. It's so yummy.

    The egg will look cooked on the outside. It's hard to describe, but you'll know. It's shiny and looks runny still when it's not cooked fully.
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    i use milk and egg obviously, then i sprinkle in cinnamon, nutmeg and some vanilla. i'm not sure what ratio, just a little of each to give some flavor.

    also, i generally cook them until they've browned on both sides. you can usually tell just by looking

    and if you happen to make extra, i wouldn't be opposed to having some! haha
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    I just use cinnamon, eggs, and milk so I'll have to try the vanilla sometime.

    The toast browns as it cooks so you should be able to tell when it's done!
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    I wish I had vanilla, stuck with sugar, cinnamon, eggs, and milk.
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    think i burnt the first round will give those to DH
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    you'll know it's done because it's like pancakes how they get kind of golden
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    The hardest part about French Toast is knowing how long to soak it in the egg so that it isn't just bread on the inside but doesn't get soggy.

    Usually you can tell when its done by the browning on the outside and the springyness of the toast. I use day old french bread (it soaks better) and usually I just eye-ball it for doneness. And French Toast is best slow-cooked, so make sure your griddle is on medium-low or medium. That way it has a chance to cook through and then browns, as opposed to the other way around. Every oven is different, though, so find out if yours burns hot or cold, and adjust accordingly.
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    time wise (and I know this may be a long shot) how long should the toast be on the pan? Give or take?
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