How To Make Nigerian Toast Bread in Two Ways
Here's how you can make Nigerian toast bread at home even if you don't have a sandwich maker.
Bread lovers are usually so devoted that they can eat bread for breakfast, lunch and dinner if left to their ways. The Nigerian toast bread is one of the interesting things you can do with bread in the kitchen and end up with something tasty, nutritious and easy to make. With either a sandwich maker, grill pan or fry pan, your toast bread will be ready in less than ten minutes. Find out how to make Nigerian toast bread.
How to make Nigerian toast bread
Other ingredients combine so well with bread and that’s why toast bread is irresistible to bread lovers. The other ingredients bring more nutritional value to the mix that bread might be lacking, creating a balance that is delicious and better for your health. Toast bread works great not only for breakfast but also as a snack or appetizer.
Nigerian toast bread with a toaster
- 4 Bread slices
- 1 Egg
- 2 Sardines
- Butter or margarine
Directions with a toaster
- Preheat the toaster until the light goes off.
- Lightly grease the bread slices on one side with butter or margarine.
- Whisk the egg in a bowl and dip your bread slices into the whisked egg.
- Place the bottom slice of the bread on the griddle and add chopped sardines, lettuce and then other ingredients like beans, cheese, or a hard-boiled egg to taste. Then cover with the second slice of bread. It is recommended that you do the assembling directly in the toaster.
- Close the lid of the toaster and let it cook well. You’d know it’s done when the surface of the bread turns golden brown. Then your toasted bread is ready.
Nigerian toast bread with a frying pan
- 6 slices bread
- 2 eggs
- 100ml milk
- 2tsp sugar
- 1tsp butter for frying
- Sugar, honey, jam for serving
- Whisk the eggs in a bowl until you achieve a smooth consistency. Whisk again after adding milk and sugar to enable them to dissolve.
- Add butter to a heated pan and wait for it to melt. Then dip the bread slices into the egg batter one by one for 10 to 20 seconds on both sides.
- Fry the slices on both sides until each side turns golden brown. Add some more butter if the frying pan turns dry.
- Garnish with sugar, honey, or any other thing of your choice.
To give this toast an even better taste, you can add some vanilla extract and ground nutmeg to the egg batter.
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Sources: Nigerian Diet