Toast recipes

BUTTERED TOAST

Slice even slices of baker's bread, not too thin, put in biscuit pan on
the top rack of a very hot oven, brown nicely on one side, then turn and
brown on the other, spread with butter, and a little powdered sugar, if
desired, and serve at once. Or put the slices on a long fork, hold
before a red coal fire, without flame, toast on both sides and proceed
as above.


MILK OR CREAM TOAST

Toast as many slices of stale light bread as desired a light brown. Heat
milk or cream, allowing one-half cup for each slice, add small lump of
butter. When just at the boiling point, pour over bread which has been
placed in dish, sprinkle with sugar and cinnamon, cover, and serve
immediately. Nice for invalids.


CINNAMON TOAST FOR TEA

Bread cut thin and browned, but not dried.

Butter the toast while very hot, thinly and evenly, and sprinkle over
each piece some powdered cinnamon and sugar.

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