French toasts with minced meat filling

I get bored in the kitchen preparing the same food over and over again every day, so sometimes, I tend to experiment a little bit. I wanted to have some minced meat pie, but since my oven went KABOOM-ed on me, I had no choice but to settle for something simpler, something that I can cook over the stove instead…. like French toast, but with simple minced meat with mushroom as the filling.

Here’s how I do it:

For the filling

1/2 can of button mushrooms (or if you have, you can use fresh button mushrooms)- sliced

100 grams of minced meat

Salt and black pepper to taste

To prepare for the filling, all you need to do is sauté the sliced button mushrooms in a frying pan along with minced meat til it’s fully cooked. Season with black pepper and salt, and put aside while preparing for the French toasts.

To prepare the French toasts:

Ingredients:

4 slices of stale bread

2 eggs, lightly beaten

1 tablespoon of mayonnaise

Butter for frying

Crack the eggs into a bowl and beat them up lightly with 1 tablespoon of mayonnaise. Cut the stale bread and dip them in the eggs mixture. (Note: if you’re on a diet or something, use salt and pepper to taste instead of mayonnaise)

Heat up the frying pan and fry the bread til golden brown. Take out, and sandwich the fillings accordingly in between the breads. Drizzle generously with mayonnaise or tomato ketchup and serve while piping hot.

Cleffairy: This is nothing gourmet, but it satisfied my cravings for minced meat pies. Our world would be a happier place to live in if people make do with what they have instead of grumbling about things they cannot fix, no?

18 comments

  1. Alice Law says:

    Ohhh… mayonnaise is my favourite sauce! I used to eat it with plain rice! Well, I personally think you are good at cooking, your toasts looked great… just leave the oven alone ok! LOL!

    • Cleffairy says:

      Good at cooking? Aiyo…. you have no idea how much things I burnt liao…. I’m a laughing stock when it comes to cooking. Ya, I agree… leave the oven alone, and it wun KABOOM on me again. LOL!

  2. mnhl says:

    That’s a new recipe to me! Gotta try it when I have the time.

    Din know mayo can be added into eggs to fry until I saw the Kraft advertisement promoting the mayo. Now, you added yours too….gotta try it too!

    • Cleffairy says:

      Can use curry powder for the minch meat if you want too, more fragrant…

      LOL…put mayo into eggs will make the egg creamier, lighter and fluffier…much better than just use just pepper and salt. Mebbe u can try next time….can use to cook omelet too.

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