Sunday, 6 March 2011
IDIOT’S GUIDE TO MAKING CONDENSED MILK TOAST
I know. The title says it all.
Step #1: Go to an Asian Bakery and buy a Pullman-style bread…any will do. It’s square and super soft. I chose this Whole Wheat Flax version from T and T. Actually any good quality white bread will do if you can’t find Asian Pullman bread.
Step #2: Lightly toast your bread.
Step #3: Spread butter or margarine on the toast.
Step #4: Take a huge spoonful of Condensed Milk and drizzle it all over your buttered toast.
Condensed Milk Toast: it’s what my girls crave and it’s almost as satisfying as having CAKE!
If you want cake, or simply love Condensed Milk, try reading my Condensed Milk Love post.
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I've never even heard of condensed milk toast before! Looks good though, I shall try it :)
i love cond. milk. i'm off to check out your condensed milk love page :)
My host mother used to make this when I was on study abroad in Costa Rica many years ago, especially on long, cool afternoons during the rainy season. Often times the leftover condensed milk went into the strong black tea served along side the toast!
While I loved the toast and tea, I couldn't get down with what seemed to be the other favorite application of condensed milk in Central America: it was poured liberally over snow cones sold by street vendors. Blech!
I looooooooooove condensed milk toast!! Haven't had it in so long.
My oh my! Why do you do this to me??
Is it really *that* simple to make it? No tricks? LOL. I'm making this for my 2 girls tomorrow morning!
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