Posted on Saturday, December 18, 2021 in Bread Recipes

Eddie's Portuguese Port Wine Rabanadas Recipe

These Portuguese Port wine rabanadas sound amazing and are easy to make and very quick, we will be trying them this Christmas.
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Eddie's Portuguese Port Wine Rabanadas Recipe


Preparation time 20 min
Cooking Time 20 min
Ready In 40 min
Level of DifficultyVery Easy
Servings8

Ingredients

1 Portuguese bread, cut into 3/4 inch slices, not to thick and not to thin2 tablespoons of sugar, or more2 tablespoons of cinnamon, or more5 eggs, mixed2 cups of whole milk, or more1 cup of Port wine, Sandeman seems to be the best1 teaspoon of vanilla extractOil (to taste)
1 Portuguese bread, cut into 3/4 inch slices, not to thick and not to thin2 tablespoons of sugar, or more2 tablespoons of cinnamon, or more5 eggs, mixed2 cups of whole milk, or more1 cup of Port wine, Sandeman seems to be the best1 teaspoon of vanilla extractOil (to taste)
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Preparation

  1. Mix the sugar and cinnamon on a large plate.
  2. Mix the 5  eggs in a deep plate.
  3. Mix the whole milk, the port wine and the vanilla extract in a small but wide container.
  4. Heat a frying pan with the oil.
  5. Dunk each slice of bread in the milk mixture, then on the egg mix.
  6. Fry the slices until golden brown on both sides.
  7. Once done, place them on paper towels to absorb access oil.
  8. Tap each side of the slices on the sugar and cinnamon and serve.
Recipe Credit: Eddie Santos
Photo Credit: tasteporto.com

Norma vieira morrison
Norma vieira morrison
I usually do this for my French Toast recipe but will and wine next time.
2 years ago, Friday, April 15, 2022
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Eddy
Great to hear Norma. 🙂
2 years ago, Saturday, April 16, 2022
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