Top Rated Pain Perdu Recipes

Gingerbread Pain Perdu
My chef from the Ritz Carlton and I created this recipe together. Serve with Mapleland Farms maple syrup or The Hamptons honey and fresh berries. I like them with bananas Foster as a decadent way to kick off the weekend.Adapted from "Fresh from the Market" by Laurent Tourondel and Charlotte March.
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L'Auberge
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Copyright 2004, Barefoot in Paris, All Rights Reserved
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An elegant French toast with a touch of lemon, for a company brunch.
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Miss Erin
This is from Pookie's Bed 'N Breakfast. It's a nice french toast. you need to do the first few steps the night before so you can "marinate" the bread.
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Jim Folse, Cooking Light MARCH 2004
Pain Perdu--literally "lost bread"--was a simple breakfast of day-old French bread dredged in beaten eggs and pan-fried in butter.
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Chef Tory McPhail, Commander's Palace, New Orleans, Louisiana, Southern Living APRIL 2004
In French, French toast is pain perdu, or "lost bread," because it's made from stale bread.
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Café Adelaide, New Orleans, Louisiana, Cooking Light SEPTEMBER 2009
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Kevin Ryan
Yes, this is French toast, but a superior one. Unlike normal French toast this batter cooks into a custardy, crispy coating that leaves the bread creamy and oh so good. The use of good egg bread is a must here. Homemade is best, however store bought (such as Hawaiian bread) will work in a pinch.
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Julie B's Hive
What we call French Toast the French call Pain Perdue. Sometimes served for dessert with fresh fruit. Posted for ZWT3
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of Emeril Lagasse
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L'Auberge
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