Japan’s new French toast spread is a game-changer

The easiest way to make French toast? Just spread it on bread!

After tasting the wonders of spreadable curry bread and spreadable melon bread, there’s now a new spread in town to steal our hearts, and this time it’s filled with the flavors of French toast.

Created by Osaka-based Marin Food, whose slogan is “Jump the Frontier”, the new spread is called “Watashi without French Toast” (“my french toast“), and our reporter K. Masami stumbled across a bathtub from import chain Kaldi for 298 yen (US$2.19).

Masami loves French toast, but never bothers to make the eggs, Milkand Butter to do so, plus the thought of having to deal with a pile of dishes afterwards was just never worth it.

So the French toast spread looked like a dream come true for Masami, and judging by the ingredients, it looked legit, as it contained the essential ingredients of eggs, vegetable oil, Milk, salt and sugar.

The steps for making French toast also seemed very easy – just spread a generous amount, a little over a tablespoon, or about 20 grams (0.7 ounces) is recommended, on one side of the bread, then put it on. it in the toaster of the oven, or spread it on both sides of the bread if you are using a pan to heat it, and voila!

Each jar contains 160 grams of spread, which is supposed to make 8 slices of bread, or four if you apply it to both sides when frying it on the stovetop.

It looked like each slice would contain a lot of spread, but since it was Masami’s first time using it, she dutifully followed the instructions, opting to fry it on the stovetop so she could enjoy a double dose of spread.

The color of the spread was darker than regular butter, and once on the bread it shone with the same rich golden hues as French toast. As it began to heat up, the sweet scent of vanilla wafted through the kitchen, and the bread began to turn into French toast before Masami’s eyes.

Setting it down on a plate, Masami barely waited a moment for it to cool as she couldn’t resist the aromas inviting her to take a bite. As soon as she bit into the crispy toast, she was blown away by the flavor – it was egg, sweet, salty, buttery and so delicious. It was incredibly similar to French toast that had been handmade with fresh ingredients, and the scent of vanilla added an extra hit of irresistible flavor to every bite.

Plus, having it as a broadcast lets you use it in all sorts of different ways, like adding it to fried potatoes.

The spread brings out the natural sweetness of the potatoes, creating a sweet and savory side dish unlike anything Masami has ever tasted.

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While potatoes were a taste sensation, the crispy outside and soft inside texture of Japanese shokupan bread was a heavenly pairing for French toast spread. It was so good that Masami made another slice, this time in his toaster, and it was just as delicious.

If you like the taste of French toast but don’t want to make it, you’ll fall in love with this incredible new spread. On the other hand, if you don’t mind making French toast the old-fashioned way, but with a Japanese twist, then you’ll love this trick that uses up an entire carton of Japanese pudding!

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