French Toast with Curd and Blackberry Jam

French #Toast with #Curd and Blackberry #Jam

This French Toast with Curd and Blackberry Jam will be a perfect surprise at a weekend breakfast! If you are a breakfast person and always in search for a new recipe for big Sunday breakfasts, it will be a fantastic alternative to your ordinary breakfast. I made a nice twist on our regular French toast.

I always start to think of the breakfast menu of the next day at nights. As we have a big breakfast on Sundays, I make the plan of what to make at night on Saturdays. Your table must be quite crowded for a typical Turkish style breakfast. Just a piece of cake or smoothie is never enough for us! We have several types of cheese, olives, tomatoes, cucumbers, jams, honey, butter, nuts, pastries for breakfast and the rest is up to your creativity. We have all these on the table in the morning even if we don’t taste them all. I guess the logic behind this is that we want to eat with our eyes first for a good start! Then rest of the day will be better and with smaller meals.

French #Toast with #Curd and Blackberry #Jam

Everyone loves French toast, right? It makes your morning more fun and when you have french toasts at breakfast, you feel that it’s worth waking up!

Kids love it more! Most kids are not so willing to eat in the morning, and you should find the best way to have them join your breakfast joy. Nutella could be a good choice, it makes breakfast tolerable for kids, but is it the best food for breakfast? For me, the best food is the food you yourself prepare. This French Toast with Curd and Blackberry Jam can help you make breakfast more attractive to your kids!

French #Toast with #Curd and Blackberry #Jam

I always love to combine curd with jams –generally in reddish colors. I love the combination of white and red, purple or pink! Besides this, you get a tasty result; sweetness of jam completes the mild flavor of curd in an excellent way. So why not top French toasts with this so appetizing combination?

French Toast with Curd and Blackberry Jam is a divine breakfast food with a little crunchiness outsides the toasts, softer inside. And feeling the combination of mild and sweet flavors on the top when you bite makes you think that your day will be a beautiful one!

I used blackberry jam for this recipe, but you can also make it with Strawberry Jam, Black Mulberry Jam or cherry jam.

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Well, I have great news and I must share it with you before it’s too late! I thought this sweet and festive breakfast would be a great post to tell you that I’m 30-week pregnant! We are so excited and have already started to buy things for our small boy! Hope our son will love what we cook in the future!

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It’s said that pregnancy makes you more melancholic and you are more likely to cry during your pregnancy, but it is the opposite for me! Our son makes me a more cheerful and an optimistic person! Hope I feel the same until birth!

Lor peynirli, bogurtlen recelli yumurtali ekmek as it is called in Turkish:

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French Toast with Curd and Blackberry Jam
 
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French Toast with Curd and Blackberry Jam is a perfect alternative to your regular breakfast!
Serves: 4
Ingredients
  • 4 tbsp butter
  • 4 slices of toast bread
  • 2 eggs
  • ¼ cup curd
  • 4 tbsp blackberry jam
  • Granulated sugar for topping
Instructions
  1. Cut bread slices into 3 thick strips.
  2. Whisk eggs in a bowl.
  3. Melt 1 tbsp butter in a large skillet.
  4. Dip 3 bread slices into whisked egg and fry them in butter until golden.
  5. Repeat the same steps for all bread slices adding 1 tbsp butter for each 3 strips.
  6. Top them with a generous amount of curd and drizzle blackberry jam on each.
  7. Serve immediately with grabulated sugar.



Comments

  1. Liz says

    Oh, boy, would this make an extraordinary breakfast for company! But I think I’ll have to try it before then :)

  2. says

    Congratulations Zerrin! I am so happy and excited for you and your husband! I am sure he will love your food! You are such an excellent cook. These french toasts are a treat!

    • says

      Thank you Reeni! It’s definitely a very exciting process! You should see me before each doctor appointment. I get prepared as if our son would see me too:) How I wish he won’t be a picky eater!

  3. Cristina says

    Congratulations on the happy news and addition to your family, Zerrin!! :) How blessed and exciting. Looking forward to reading about your preparations for your sweet little one.

    With this delicious French toast, I was going to ask if I might come over for those breakfast Sundays sometime(s), but you’re gonna have your hands full before too long. :)

    So happy for you and your husband. xoxo -Cristina

    • says

      Thank you Cristina! I’ve already started to dream about the foods I will make for him! Maybe he will help me in the kitchen when he grows up:)
      It would be our pleasure to have you as a guest for our Sunday breakfasts! The more people the more fun!

  4. says

    Hi Zerin, first time I have landed on your Blog.. and am wondering why did I not do it before ?? such an amazing collection of recipe and pictures.. so much glad to follow you now, looking forward to scan your Blog once at home ;)

  5. Filiz says

    Selamlar Zerrin! I enjoy reading your blog, though this is my first comment. Congratulations!!! You and your husband both look very happy :)

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