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Very typical Spanish Holy Week's recipe
This is a very typical recipe during Holy Week in Spain. These exactly are made following a recipe from my grandma, but there are a lot of variants depend on the area.
Hope I can explain well in English and you like it. It can be eaten as a dessert or a breakfast, enjoy them.

Posted by Alexandra G. from Madrid, Community of Madrid, Spain • Published See Alexandra G.'s 2 projects »
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  • Step 1

    At the beggining you need bread, it can be from the day before or daily. You have to cut in thick slices, cut as much as you want to make.

  • Step 2

    Then you're going to need 3 plates.
    Put on the first: milk at room temperature.
    On the second plate: a beaten egg, if you are going to do many torrijas you'll maybe need 2 eggs.
    And on the thrid: put in some white sugar and cinnamon (If you like a lot the taste of the cinnamon, you can put one stick on the milk plate, but if you just want a touch of taste, put some with the sugar an mix it).

  • Step 3

    Now, the recipe itself:
    Put on a frying pan, the sunflower oil or the olive oil, at least one inch of it and heat.
    Take your slice of bread and dive it into the milk. Leave it there until the bread was soaked in milk.

  • Step 4

    Now, take your slice and coat in egg and put in the frying pan to fry it. Be careful: not break your slice of bread during the process.

  • How to bake a pastry. Spanish Torrijas - Step 5
    Step 5

    Remove your bread when it is brown on the outside. And place it in the third plat, coat it in the sugar and the cinnamon.

  • How to bake a pastry. Spanish Torrijas - Step 6
    Step 6

    Now serve on a plate an you are finished, repeat the process and make as many as you want.
    Yuo can it warm or cold, i prefer cold, but there are yummy in any way!

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Dribble-Drabble
Dribble-Drabble · 12 projects
omnomnom, i love these, like eggy bread, or french toast or 'medieval toast', whatever you wanna call it Happy
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CountessAudronasha
CountessAudronasha · Vilnius, Vilnius County, LT · 52 projects
I think there are a lot of variations of this snack Happy We have it in Lithuania tooHappy
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Nilüfer
Nilüfer · Ankara, Ankara Province, TR · 31 projects
namnamHappy) may be I can use castor sugar because I dont like sugar sounds in may mouth..
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Alexandra G.
Alexandra G. · Madrid, Community of Madrid, ES · 2 projects
They are similar, because they have the same ingredients more or least, but I think french toast mix eggs and milk. These have to be soaked in milk and then a just quick coat with egg, so the milk stay inside the bread, but not the egg.
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this is like our French toast
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Sarah
Sarah · Erfurt, Thuringia, DE · 110 projects
hey, i know this recipe from germany. we make it with white bread, and it´s called "arme ritter" ("poor knights"...I also found the translation "french toast"). It´s so tasty!!
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