Hong Kong Style Deep Fried Nutella French Toast

Hong Kong Style Deep Fried Nutella French Toast

Have you ever had Hong Kong style french toast? It's deep fried...and delicious!HK French toast is basically one of the best things ever. Usually it’s two slices of fluffy white bread, sandwiched around some sort of spread – you can find it with coconut jam, peanut butter, or condensed milk.

Ingredients

  • 2-4 slices thick cut bread (I used challah)
  • nutella, to taste
  • 2 eggs, lightly beaten
  • oil, to shallow fry
  • syrup, if desired

Preparation

Spread a generous amount of nutella on a slice of bread and sandwich it with another slice. If you want to make smaller french toasts, trim to size.

Lightly whisk the eggs in a shallow bowl.

Heat up oil over medium high heat in a deep sided pan. You want enough oil so that it comes about halfway up the side of your bread, about an inch and a half of oil. When the oil is hot and shimmery, carefully dip your nutella sandwiches in the lightly beaten egg, giving it a couple of seconds to soak up the egg, flipping once.

Carefully add the french toast to the hot oil and cook until golden and crispy, flipping once. Remove, drain on paper towels or a wire rack and enjoy immediately, with syrup, if desired.


Oh my gosh HK style is sinfully delicious!!

- Miami Food Network -

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