At the top of this blog, there’s a picture of a mysterious fried square thing on a plate. It’s secret identity shall now be revealed as … Hong Kong French toast.
It’s not French and it’s not toast. It has has so little nutritional value that perhaps it isn’t technically food either. It is, however, one of our favourite Hong Kong special snacks.
Hong Kong French toast is usually:
- 2 slices of soft, crustless white sandwich bread
- With smooth peanut butter in the middle
- Dipped in egg
- Served with golden syrup
- And a piece of bonus butter.
You might feel your arteries hardening a little as you look at these pictures…