French Alton Brown’s French Toast | Food Network by admin June 25, 2018, 10:47 am 50 Comments alton brownbreakfastCooking (Interest)food networkFrench toastgood eatshow-totechniquetreat See more Previous article Oven-Baked Veal Scallopini : Italian Recipes Next article Char Siu Recipe|Char Siu recipe authentic|Char Siew Recipe|Homemade char siew |char siu pork recipe 50 Comments Leave a Reply I'd be perfectly fine with doing all of Alton's dishes if he can do all the cooking. Reply Am I the only one who uses coffee creamer and eggs? Reply man what the hell is this garbage? Reply Hate to be a critic but this turned out bland and tedious to make. I've had much better French toast. Reply leaving bread out to 'syale' only crystalizes the moisture and redistributes when heated. dry in the ove so the moisture actully LEAVES the bread. this tip will also make a stuffing with amazing texture. Reply What kind of psychopath doesn’t use cinnamon on their French toast!? Reply I have no idea why Alton Brown has been popping up all of a sudden on my feed, but I'll take it. I like Hungry Chemistry. Reply I have that same oven. It wasn’t preheated. It wasn’t even on. 🤔 Reply that's a lot of prep and stuff to clean/put away for glorified sugar bread lmao Reply Maaaaan I miss this show 😯 Reply Half and half of what? Reply lol what nonsense. The bread is a wick. After 30 seconds the bread is totally saturated. If anything they would start losing some of the egg mixture. Reply I remember how I used to watch this show 24/7 when I was younger. Reply oh extra steps… who would have guessed. annoying nonsense knowitall r/iamverysmart crap. Reply Gadgets, gadgets………. Reply This man is greater than Gordon Ramsay Reply Damnit, I was once proud of my French toast. But over time. They have failed me. I thought Alton could help me, but I have already been using the same techniques, except for the oven part. No help here. Thanks any ways Alton. maybe next thyme. Reply Honey in a microwave is sacrilege… Reply I'm so happy to see that I'm not the only one who keeps measuring spoons on a keyzip hooked to my belt. Go baby, go! Reply Omg, thisis such an over complicated recipe imo. It's just french toast. Reply pink hog slippers were a nice touch, so were the measuring spoons kept in the robe pocket, because he "likes to be prepared". a serious, yet whimsical touch my friends ! Reply Omg no honey in microwave!!! Takes out all the good enzymes!! Ab should know this by now😉🐝🤘🏼 Reply Omg no honey in microwave!!! Takes out all the good enzymes!! Ab should know this by now😉🐝🤘🏼 Reply I absolutely LOVE cooking with Alton Brown!!! You have the best recipes! Reply I want that thermometer gun he has! Reply Try it with brioche, sourdough, or even croissants! You'r in for a treat if you do! Reply Where can i buy good bread? I always see restraunts with amazing toast… Reply Mm Mm Mm looks so good. Reply She is such a mean nerd. The only thing I would do difference with my French toast add vanilla and almond extract cinnamon and Nutmeg to the custard. I don't have if the drainer but I still bake the five minutes to finish French toast to make it crispy. He is a cooking scientist and I would love to taste the different textures in his food. Some people say I'm a really great French toast, but one thing I learned about the always 59 different techniques and combinations Reply Okay everyone outta the pool 😂 Reply ..if you put your little plastic containers in the microwave for any amount of time, you're cooking bisphenol-A (BPA) and phthalates into your food. It is not safe and I highly recommend you stop doing it. Look it up. Reply I just put some bread in some egg with salt and pepper in it and fry in a really hot pan. I eat it with white pudding or plain Reply ask for french toast in frane, they will look at your like you are crazy. Reply Put this back on Netflix plz Reply No cinnamon? I require cinnamon in my french toast. Reply Homeboy doesnt add vanilla or cinnamon or anything else to the custard??? Reply Alton still searching for that mysterious vagina Reply Still here in 2018 cause why not. #BringBackGoodEats Reply This guy has some bizzare ideas from a culinary perspective Reply I like the narration by this guy …!!! Reply Love the 90's vibe Reply Why does the carton of Half and Half read "Whipping Cream?" Reply Add 1tsp of vanilla extract to the custard as well. This will make it pop more. Everything else is spot on for amazing french toast. The other way to make this completely on a pan is if you use thick cut slices (eg: Texas toast). They will come out just as creamy if you simply pan fry them, no oven necessary. You're looking for at least 1" of thickness for the slice of bread. No more than 1 1/2" thickness or you will have to use the oven again. Reply No cinnamon? #NotMyFrenchToast Reply Step one: pour yourself a cup a joe. Never skip a step when following a recipe lol Reply Want it to come out even better? Use Challah bread to make it. The Challah is rich and creamy as it is, cut it nice and thick (i cut mine like an inch thick) and follow the rest of the recipe as directed. Reply I can see this being on before saved by the bell……. Reply Wow this man is actually know what he's doing Reply This is much easier if you start by gently cooking to the core in the oven, then sear the outsides under the broiler and flip. No pan to clean up. Reply Never microwave honey..it destroys the beneficial enzymes and degrades the quality. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.