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Thug's French Toast on the Griddle

Thug Kitchen French toast mis en place

A few weeks ago I stopped eating meat.  I'm trying to get my health back in order (more on this later). My wife gifted me the Thug Kitchen cook book for my birthday.  Its' likely the only cook book in the world you don't want your children to read, literally page upon page of F-bombs among other choice swears.  But, the recipes are surprisingly AMAZING!  The entire book is vegan, so I am making a few adjustments for that.  I LOVE butter and I like to sprinkle cheese on just about all of my pizza's. 

The Baking Steel Griddle is giving us a lot more food choices beyond pizza and breads. This week we tackled Thug's French Toast.  As Thug would say, "who the fudge wouldn't like fried bread served with some maple syrup and fresh fruit? This shit literally sells itself."

flour mixture with chia seeds

Recipe from Thug Kitchen

Ingredients

1 1/2 teaspoons ground chia or flaxseeds

2 tablespoons whole wheat flour

1 cup of non dairy milk (we used unsweetened coconut milk)

1/2 loaf day-old sourdough bread or whatever crusty bread you have lying around

1 1/2 tablespooons nutritional yeast

cooking spray

Procedure (I cleaned up the language somewhat)

1 In a pie pan or shallow dish, mix together the ground chia seeds and flour.  Slowly whisk in the milk so that shit doesn't get all lumpy. SLOWY, Mother F Bomber.  Now let that sit for 15 minutes. Make your sleepy ass some coffee and then cut the bread up into 1-inch thick slices while you wait

2 Whisk the batter after 15 minutes and then slowly add the nutritional yeast and stir. Heat your Baking Steel Griddle of medium heat and coat with a little cooking spray so these bitches don't stick.  Soak your bread slices in the batter for a couple seconds on each side and then throw them right on your Griddle.  Cook for 1 to 2 minutes a side, or until they look golden and tasty as F Bomb all over.  

Take a F bombing picture and serve.

french toast on the Griddle
French toast and maple syrup
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