Nutella-Stuffed French Toast | ヌテラ入りフレンチトースト

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Nutella-Stuffed French Toast | ヌテラ入りフレンチトースト

This is probably the most indulgent thing I’ve ever eaten. The Nutella and the marshmallows are so smooth and sweet, and the raspberries add a really refreshing tartness. Soaking the bread in my Nutella Hot Chocolate recipe (recipe here) brings the chocolatey flavour all the way through the bread. I’m not sure whether to categorize this as a breakfast or dessert dish, because depending on the day you’re having, it could suit either, haha. One piece of french toast could probably serve two as a sharing dessert, just because of how sweet it is, but if you have an insane sweet tooth like I do, then you’ll want to keep it all for yourself, haha.

The reason I choose to steam the french toast after frying on both sides is because I find that it becomes much fluffier and lighter, rather than wet and sometimes dense. It also prevents the middle of the toast from having any patches of raw egg remaining from the batter. The key is to remove the pan from the heat so that the bread isn’t getting any additional heat – it’s just steaming in the residual heat leftover from cooking. You should definitely try making french toast this way and let me know what you think!

Ingredients (serves 2-4)
❤ ½ loaf of brioche bread
❤ ¼ cup nutella + more for the topping
❤ ¼ cup fresh raspberries + more for the topping
❤ ¼ cup mini marshmallows + more for the topping
❤ 1 cup milk
❤ 20g milk chocolate
❤ 30 g dark chocolate
❤ 4 eggs
❤ 3 tbsp Nutella
❤ butter
❤ chopped hazelnuts, toasted

Directions
1. First, make the hot chocolate french toast mixture. Place the milk, Nutella, dark chocolate and milk chocolate in a frying pan over medium heat and stir until everything is melted and combined. Remove this from the heat and allow this to come to room temperature.
2. Slice the brioche into 2, 2-inch thick slices, and remove the crusts. Slice open an opening into each slice of bread, making a little pocket. Make sure leave the other 3 sides of the bread still connected – just make a little pocket.
3. Spread the Nutella between each of the two pockets, and stuff them with the raspberries and marshmallows. Add enough filling for the bread to be full, but not too full that the filling will spill out when frying.
4. Add the eggs to the hot chocolate mixture, and whisk until combined. Add the stuffed bread, and allow it to soak for 5 minutes, and then flip them over and soak for an additional 5 minutes on the other side.
5. Melt some butter in a frying pan over medium heat. Fry the bread on each side for about 3-4 minutes. The mixture is quite sugary, so make sure to check to see if the sugar is caramelizing too quickly or burning. Then turn off the heat, cover the pan with a lid, and allow the French toast to steam in the residual heat for 5 minutes.
6. To serve, top with more fresh raspberries and marshmallows, and then drizzle more Nutella over top. Sprinkle on some toasted chopped hazelnuts, and enjoy!
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Nutella-Stuffed French Toast | ヌテラ入りフレンチトースト

材料 (2~4人分)
❤ブリオッシュ(またはエッグブレッド) 1/2斤
❤ヌテラ カップ1/4+飾り用ヌテラ
❤ラスベリー カップ1/4+飾り用ラスベリー
❤ミニマシュマロ カップ1/4+飾り用マシュマロ
❤牛乳 カップ1
❤ミルクチョコレート 20g
❤ダークチョコレート 30g
❤卵 4個
❤ヌテラ 大さじ3
❤バター
❤ハーゼルナッツ

作り方
①まず、ヌテラのホットチョコを作る。牛乳、ヌテラ、ダークとミルクチョコをフライパンに入れ、中火にし、溶かす。火から外し、室温に戻す。
②ブリオッシュを5cm厚さのスライスを2枚切り、パンの皮を切り取る。各パンの間に切り目を入り、ポケットを作る。必ずパンの残り3側に切り目入らないでね。ポケットみたいな切り目を入ります。
③ヌテラを2つのポケットの中に塗り、ラスベリーとマシュマロも詰め込む。
④卵をホットチョコに加え、泡だて器で混ぜる。パンをホットチョコにつける。パンを5分浸し、ひっくり返して、更に5分浸す。
⑤フライパンを中火にし、バターを加え、溶かす。パンを加え、各面にきつね色になるまで焼く(3~4分)。パンにつけたホットチョコに砂糖がたっぷり入っていますので、焦げないよう注意してね❤火を止め、蓋をし、フレンチトーストを5分蒸す。
⑥ラスベリーとマシュマロを飾り、ヌテラをその上にかける。ハーゼルナッツも飾ると完成です!

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