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Hong Kong-style French Toast

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Hong Kong-Style French Toast is available all day round but is particularly popular for breakfast and afternoon tea in Hong Kong-style western restaurants and cha chaan tengs (a type of Chinese tea diner commonly found in Hong Kong). It is made by deep frying stacked sliced bread dipped in beaten egg or soy, and served with a slab of butter and topped with golden syrup, or sometimes honey. Two slices are normally used and a sweet filling is usually added, either peanut butter, kaya, or more rarely jam.



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Hong Kong-style French Toast , wikipedia.org

French Toast - 西多士 , yummy-inyourtummy.blogspot.com

French toast Hong Kong style , instructables.com