How To Cook French Toast

1. Prepare Ingredients And Crack Eggs

Ingredients: Two eggs per four slices of 1/2 inch thick bread, four slices of 1/2 inch thick bread, 1/2 cup milk, and 1/8 salt.
Crack two eggs.

Crack Two Eggs In A Bowl (16k)

Crack Two Eggs In A Bowl

2. Beat Eggs

Beat eggs lightly or scramble eggs with a fork. Add 1/2 cup of milk and 1/8 salt.

Scrambling The Eggs With A Fork In A Fast, Compact Clockwise Motion (15k)

Scrambling The Eggs With A Fork In A Fast, Compact Clockwise Motion

3. Beat Eggs Again

After adding the 1/2 cup milk and 1/8 salt, beat eggs lightly again or scramble with a fork.
The egg mixture should look similar to the picture.

Add Milk and Salt, Then Scramble With A Fork (21k)

Add Milk and Salt, Then Scramble With A Fork

4. Dip The Bread

Dip the bread in the egg mixture. Soak the bread. Don't saturate.

Dip The Bread (19k)

Dip The Bread

5. Dip The Other Side Of The Bread

Turn the bread over to soak the other side. Don't saturate.

Turn Bread To The Other Side (18k)

Turn Bread To The Other Side

6. Remove The Bread

After the other side of the bread is soaked, remove the bread.
Place the soaked bread on a plate.
Repeat dipping procedure to dip more piece(s) of bread.

Dip Other Side Of Bread And Remove (18k)

Dip Other Side Of Bread And Remove

7. Prepare The Skillet

Add 1 1/2 teaspoon of cooking oil to the skillet. Heat skillet to medium heat.

Add Oil And Heat Skillet To Medium (18k)<

Add Oil And Heat Skillet To Medium

8. Move The Cooking Oil Around

Move the cooking oil around the skillet. You may use a spatula.
Make sure the skillet is entirely covered with cooking oil.

Use A Spatula Or Move Skillet Around (18k)

Use A Spatula Or Move Skillet Around

9. Cook The Bread

When the skillet is at a medium temperature, cook the bread.
Cook the bread for 2-3 minutes.

Cook The Bread (20k)

>Cook The Bread

10. Turn The Bread Over

Turn the bread over to cook the other side.

Turn Bread Over With A Spatula (17k)

Turn Bread Over With A Spatula

11. Cook The Other Side Of The Bread

After turning over, cook for 2-3 minutes.
Remove from the skillet when the French Toast puffs up and it's dry inside.
Should not taste like bread.
Repeat dipping procedure and cooking procedure to cook more French Toast if desired. Don't forget to oil the skillet again.

Cook The Other Side (23k)

Cook The Other Side

12. Enjoy

The French Toast is ready to eat.
You may add maple syrup, jelly, powder sugar, or confectioners' sugar.
Don't forget to turn off the stove if you are done cooking.
Tip: To preclean the skillet, use a dry paper towel the remove most of the oil.

Enjoy (29k)

Enjoy