Taste of the Good Old Days: Soybean Flour (Kinako) Toast

It was delicious to remember "Kinako fried bread" that I used to eat for lunch at school. It's an easy Japanese style toast.

Recipe By: KMR-type-B (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/47)
Serves 1 Prep: 1 min Cook: 5 min

Ingredients

Bread slice 1
Butter as required
Soybean flour 1 tbsp
Sugar 1 tbsp
Honey as required

Method

1
Mix together the sugar and soybean flour in a bowl.
2
Spread plenty of butter on your toast.
3
Sprinkle lots of the mixture from Step 1 evenly on the surface of the tosat.
4
Drizzle lavishly with the honey and indulge!

Tips & Note

Spread the butter while the toast is hot so it penetrates and the bread gets moist. It will absorb the flour & sugar mix so the inside of your mouth will not get dry. You can top with honey if you like, but it's perfectly OK without it.

Taste of the Good Old Days: Soybean Flour (Kinako) Toast

It was delicious to remember "Kinako fried bread" that I used to eat for lunch at school. It's an easy Japanese style toast.

Recipe By: KMR-type-B (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/47)

Serves 1

Prep: 1 min

Cook: 5 min

Ingredients

Bread slice 1
Butter as required
Soybean flour 1 tbsp
Sugar 1 tbsp
Honey as required

Taste of the Good Old Days: Soybean Flour (Kinako) Toast

Recipe ID :2454 Posted on 01 MAR 2017

Serves 1

Prep 1min
Cook 5min
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It was delicious to remember "Kinako fried bread" that I used to eat for lunch at school. It's an easy Japanese style toast.

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Ingredients

Method

Prep
1min
Cook
5min
1
Mix together the sugar and soybean flour in a bowl.
2
Spread plenty of butter on your toast.
3
Sprinkle lots of the mixture from Step 1 evenly on the surface of the tosat.
4
Drizzle lavishly with the honey and indulge!

Tips & Note

Spread the butter while the toast is hot so it penetrates and the bread gets moist. It will absorb the flour & sugar mix so the inside of your mouth will not get dry. You can top with honey if you like, but it's perfectly OK without it.

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