Furikake French Toast. In response to the latest buzz about the lawsuit against Deceptively Delicious author, Jessica Seinfeld, I'm launching my own Steamy campaign against the entire concept of hiding vegetables in your kids. Furikake (ふりかけ) is a nutty, crunchy, umami-packed Japanese blend used to season rice. Although it's referred to as a rice seasoning, furikake is literally the salt and pepper of the Japanese kitchen.
Furikake is a Japanese condiment typically sprinkled over or mixed into rice. Although I love looking at the rows of colorful furikake jars at the Japanese grocery store, I recently decided to conserve. Furikake, or furikake seasoning, refers to a range of dried, normally mixed seasonings made especially for sprinkling on top of rice. You can have Furikake French Toast using 6 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Furikake French Toast
- You need 2 slices of white bread, cut into 8 triangles.
- Prepare 2 of small eggs, beaten.
- It’s 1 of tbsp, or more, Furikake (I use the Mishima brand).
- You need of Cilantro, chopped (optional).
- You need of White pepper (to taste).
- Prepare of Sesame oil (to taste).
As a unique type of Japanese seasoning. This French toast recipe is different because it uses flour. I have given it to some friends and they've all liked it better than the French toast they usually make! Top with poached egg and sprinkle with furikake.
Furikake French Toast instructions
- Heat up a non-stick pan..
- Mix all the ingredients, except the white bread..
- Dip and thoroughly coat a triangle of bread into the egg mixture..
- Fry both sides of the bread till egg is cooked..
- Repeat for all the triangles of bread..
- Serve hot..
Love furikake and that you added it to miso avocado toast! That sounds so tasty especially with the poached egg too! French toast isn't actually French: The first recipe for French toast comes from the first-century Roman cookbook Apicius. Furikake is considered a typical and necessarily stable seasoning in Japan. Ingredients: Toasted white sesame seeds, toasted black sesame seeds, ground white sesame seeds.