Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Savory French Toast

I came up with this idea the other day for breakfast and my family really liked it.  Savory French toast topped with an omelet.
 I sliced some of my walnut rosemary bread.

 Then I dipped it in beaten eggs.

 I diced up some cooked bacon and pancetta.  You can use any kind of meat you like or just use some vegetables.

 Cook the eggs over medium heat and sprinkle it with S&P.

 Cook the bread until golden.

 Add some thinly sliced cheese. I used a sharp cheddar.

 Sprinkle the meat over the partially cooked omelet and fold it in from both sides.

 These are the last of my garden tomatoes.  Goodbye tomatoes until next year.  I enjoyed you all so much!

 Place slices of the omelet on top of the French toast and tomatoes.





21 comments:

Debra She Who Seeks said...

We're eating the last of our garden tomatoes tonight too. They were ripening in a paper bag and now they're ready!

Nellie said...

I have already had breakfast, and this makes me want more! We cut our last garden tomato last night.:(

Suzanne said...

Looks wonderful

Patty Woodland said...

Like a deconstructed croque monsieur

thecottagebythecranelaketwo said...

What a great way to combien two different meals! I think I might do something like that for lunch this weekend.

Have a great day!
Christer.

Guillaume said...

This reminds me of the French croque-monsieur.

Laurie said...

wow, thats all I can say, lol, that and my husband, he should have married someone that cook like you! You are a kitchen witch, in a super good way, like with a magic wand, lol, a good witch,

NanaDiana said...

OMGosh- that looks good. I am NOT a good breakfast eater. Wish I was. I do LIKE breakfast but I like it for LUNCH...lol Hope you have a great day- xo Diana

luckybunny said...

This looks just delicious!

luckybunny said...

This looks just delicious!

Jeri Landers said...

Good grief woman, you are to cooking what DaVinci was to painting, a culinary artist!

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

Looks wonderful, Joycer. I think the best part of your cooking is that you love to do it. I think that is always what makes cooking good. Love. :)

TARYTERRE said...

That looks like a scrumptious breakfast.

Robin Larkspur said...

I shall just say: Yummy!!!!

1st Man said...

I have had sweet french toast for years, and I can honestly say I never thought of savory. THESE look delicious!! Thanks!!

Suzie Ridler said...

I have been curious about savoury French toast for a while and you make me want to have some NOW! :) Looks great.

Deb said...

My English husband likes French toast with thinly sliced onion and cheese, cooked until all is crisp and golden. Quite yummy.

Bird said...

Oh heck! I woke up unbelievably hungry this morning and now I'm really feeling it. I have to wait an hour after taking my thyroid med to eat and it feels like it's taking forever, especially after seeing your post! YUM!

Willow said...

That just looks too delicious for words .
I took notes and I'm on it .., here comes a great breakfast !

Mary said...

breakfast,,,I am thinking weekend dinner.....

Mary Ann said...

I can't eat that much for breakfast, but WHERE DID YOU GET THOSE PLATES????? :-)