Sunday, February 3, 2013

Honey & Cinnamon Challah Bread Toast

I love to make bread toast with leftover stale breads usually or else i'll turn them as breadcrumbs instead of trashing. Everytime while making the famous Jewish challah bread, i always want to make some bread toast with the leftover slices. Finally i have to say that my wish came true, yep i prepared this beautiful honey cinnamon bread toast for our breakfast during a weekend brunch with a loaf of leftover challah bread. If you dont have any idea about the Challah Bread, do check my 6 strand braided bread and my 4 strand braided Challah bread.

Every 3rd of the month,a bunch of food bloggers run the famous blogging marathon and today we are running our 25th edition, cant believe its our 25th edition and am very happy to be a part of this wonderful family, i just missed an edition coz of my operation last year else i have never failed any edition. Do you know few of the marathoners have organised something interesting secretly to celebrate this 25th edition and hope they will reveal it very soon. Coming to this week's theme, i choosed breakfast on the run as this week's theme.The remaining recipes am posting for the next two days will go for less than 30minutes of cooking time as the theme is to wrap the breakfast and go.Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#25.


6nos Challah bread slices (slice them as bit thick)
2cups Milk
3nos Eggs
1tsp Cinnamon powder
Honey /Agave syrup (as per need)
Butter or oil for toasting

Beat the eggs with cinnamon powder, honey and keep aside.

Dip a bread slice in the milk and dip immediately to the egg mixture until the bread gets well coated with the egg mixture.

Heat enough butter or oil in a pan, drop immediately the egg coated challah bread slice to the hot butter or oil and toast it on both sides until they get well toasted.

Serve it with honey or else with agave syrup.

51 comments:

  1. You are a superwoman...By the time I post a comment on your one post from last day, there is another one already up for this day!!! Challah bread looks just apt for my morning cup at the moment!

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  2. Lovely flavoured toast...need a slice now...

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  3. I love your commitment to blog, you are so regular and come up with quick n delicious recipes. Nice way to use leftover bread!

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  4. can i have a slice to have with my evening t :) loks wonderful!

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  5. That looks Awesome ...beautifully done.

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  6. Delicious! I love the beautiful golden brown colour and crisp crust.

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  7. This looks great, especially with the homemade bread.

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  8. the bread looks absolutely amazing... not to mention the flavors... i've been following ur blog for quite some time and love ur recipes...
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  9. This is yet another fantastic ideas of yours Priya..God knows how you manage to make so many..:)..it's been a great experience having you along this wonderful journey..thanks..

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  10. Yum! This is something I would love:)

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  11. A nice breakfast to start the day

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  12. I feel hungry seeing your click..Super delicious bread :)

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  13. A wonderful breakfast! I would love it with a cup of hot black coffee!

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  14. Looks so tempting, yummy breakfast..

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  15. Admire the manner in which recipes are posted so regularly and they are not the usual ones we get to see elsewhere. There is so much effort in both the preparation as well as the presentation. Kudos!

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  16. i love the color of toast..really hungry...

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  17. Un délicieux pain perdu. J'aime beaucoup.
    A bientôt

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  18. Crunchy n Crispy toast priya!!! Love your header dear, you keep changing it with your latest pics!!! Very Attractive Priya!!!

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  19. This looks awesome! What a wonderful way to begin the day :)

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  20. Beautiful challah toast Priya, I love left over challah.

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  21. Nice recipe , new to me. U rock as usual :)

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  22. perfect french toast - and challah bread with its slight sweet taste is perfect for this

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  23. this would go well with some filter coffee :-)

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  24. wow..wish i can have this now.. looks yumm Priya.

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  25. Wow..nothing can beat such a bread toast..Super flavorful Priya.

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  26. enaku oru slice kudunkalen pls...
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  27. nice blog.First time here and i like all ur recipes. When u r free please have a into my blog

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  28. Looks absolutely divine..Can literally taste this here..

    Gayu
    Kitchen - The Chef 's Paradise

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  29. Definitely a winner!Superb recipe Priya...

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  30. wow...fabulous n yummy challah toast

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  31. Love the snap and also love the fact that how you are nowadays changing your header with pics of the recent posts. :)
    BTW did you get a new camera?

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  32. Delicious bread to kick off a day, mouthwatering!!!

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  33. Crisp liiking bread Priya perfect for my breakfast..

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  34. Such an amazing idea to use leftover bread

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  35. Wow Priya I love to breakfast with you.

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  36. Great Recipe....look fabulous and perfectly done

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