Tuesday, December 29, 2009


Hope you have enjoyed a great Christmas and now preparing to rock the New Year party. On the Christmas day we went for a family picnic nearby and enjoyed the whole day over there, but the most fun part is on our way back home, one of our friend just ask to visit his family farm house and we are so happy to see that he planned a grand surprise party for us. There was a right blend of creativity, hospitality and fun. We share some great music and food. With all other delicious dishes they served a very delicious dessert French toast with fresh papaya. I just love it. I am still stuck, so thought why not share that delicious dessert recipe with you all so that you can make your dessert option for the New Year party. I am giving you the healthy version of the recipe but if you want it in the royal way it is always your sweet choice.

Bread slice        4(½ to ¾ inch thick)
Yoghurt               1½ table spoon
Egg                   2 
Vanilla essence       few drops
Salt                  a pinch
Unsalted butter/
Diet butter           1 table spoon (or as required)
Ripe papaya mashed    4 table spoon
Ripe banana mashed    2 table spoon 
Glazed walnut         2 table spoon
Maple syrup           as you wish
Vanilla ice cream     a scoop ( optional)

In a large bowl whisk together the egg, yoghurt (instead of yoghurt you can use milk), vanilla essence and salt. Those who want it a bit little sweet you can add a teaspoon of sugar or sugar substitute but I don’t prefer that, so I go without it. Beat until all the above mentioned ingredients are well combined. Place a skillet on flame and melt the butter, dip each side of the bread into the egg mixture and thoroughly coat it (dripping the excess),add to the pan, and cook until both sides are done, it may take 1 to 2 minutes for each side to cook.
Transfer them on a serving plate. Now in a small bowl mix the mashed papaya, banana (if you like you can add one boiled mashed egg) mix them well. Spread on the French toast garnish with glazed walnut and drizzle with maple syrup. To make it more exotic you can give a scoop of vanilla ice cream above it and your delicious yummy New year party dessert is ready to serve.

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Maple French Toast on Foodista


Catherine said...

This looks simply delicious! I love papaya, its one of my favorite fruits!

My Little Space said...

OMG, this looks so divine! What a classy toast bite...yummm.... Btw, HAPPY NEW YEAR to you & your love ones! Hope you all have a blessful & prosperous new year. Cheers.
Best wishes, Kristy

alwayswinner786 said...

Thank you Catherine and thank you Kristy.
Wish you too a lovely and prosperous New Year.
Love Always.