ThoseSunday brunches with your family are always the best. Why not spice it up, and make Hungarian-style, salty french toast?
The difference between the original french toast and this is that this is salty, and it should be consumed according to that.
First step for your salty french toast is to beat up the eggs. If you can, use rather drier bread, or leave the slices out for the night so they can dry.
The reason you should use dry bread is that it won't soak up the eggs, but it will form a nice layor outside.
Season the eggs with salt, pepper, and if you have a vegetable mix spice, that makes it even more delicious.
Heat up sunflower oil (or something similar) in a skillet. Add just as much oil that it won't cover the bread slices.
Once the oil is hot, dip the toast quickly in the egg mix, and take them out right away. If you leave them inside for too long, they will soak up the eggs. Place them right away in the hot oil and take down the heat so they won't burn.
Usually 3-4 minutes on each side are enough if you're frying them on medium heat.
As soon as they are ready, take them off, soak up the oil with a kitchen paper, and add on the slices some butter, two slcies of cheese, one on each side, and between the cheese, put a slice of ham.
If you want to use just one skillet, prepare all the sandwiches, get rid of the oil, and put back the sandwiches on the skillet on low heat.
This way, the cheese inside can melt a little. As soon as the cheese started melting, take them off, cut them in half, and serve. You can serve with vegetables on the side as well.
Simple version: You can easily make the french toast, and instead of making them as sandwiches, serve them as they are, and at consuming, just put a little butter on top. The butter makes it taste delicious!