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Guy Fieri’s Weekend Breakfast Dish Is a Twist on Traditional French Toast

Over the years, Guy Fieri has shared a large number of popular recipes. However, one of the Food Network star’s most popular recipes is Texas French Toast Bananas Foster. This decadent dish is surprisingly easy to prepare and is ideal for a weekend breakfast or brunch.

‘Guys Big Bites’ featured Guy Fieri’s recipe for French Toast.

For a weekend breakfast or brunch, French toast is a delicious option. Fieri has featured a variety of them on his show Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives.

However, his version of the classic is distinct in that it combines bold flavors with a sweet liqueur kick. Fieri shared this fan-favorite Texas French Toast Bananas Foster recipe on an episode of his Food Network show, Guys Big Bites.

The dish is described on Food Network as “Guy takes French toast up a notch when he batters thick-cut Texas toast in a creamy egg mixture with a rich element from orange liqueur.” “For a breakfast treat or decadent dessert, drizzle the golden toast with a buttery caramel sauce.”

The recipe combines French toast’s simplicity with bananas foster’s decadent flavors. “It’s a custard-soaked, banana-packed, caramel-drizzled dessert with a fiery flair,” Fieri teases.

Guy Fieri begins by making the custard and the sauce for his Texas French Toast Bananas Foster recipe.

On Guy’s Big Bites, Fieri begins by making the custard and sauce for the Texas French Toast Bananas Foster. He starts by whisking together eggs, milk, heavy cream, vanilla, cinnamon, and a pinch of salt in a mixing bowl for the custard.

Nutmeg can also be added, according to Fieri. He also recommends using good vanilla because it helps to bring out the dish’s background flavor.

Fieri adds a splash of orange liqueur to the mixture after it’s been whisked together. Instead of the liqueur, a few drops of orange extract could be used if you prefer a non-alcoholic version.

Fieri makes the sauce in a saucepan with butter, brown sugar, cinnamon, and freshly squeezed orange juice. After that, he takes it off the heat for a few moments and carefully stirs in a splash of dark rum and creme de banana.

The next steps incorporate the bread and banana 

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Fieri starts prepping the toast once the custard and sauce are finished. He coats thick toast slices in custard and cooks them in a hot, buttered griddle pan. After two minutes, the toast should be turned over and cooked for two more minutes, according to the recipe.

Fieri adds sliced bananas to his caramel sauce after the toast is done. He explains, “I like to put the banana in last.” “In order to keep them from becoming too soft.”

On a tray, Fieri stacks the bread slices upright. He then drizzles the banana foster sauce over the French toast to complete the dish. He considers whether this is a dessert or a breakfast. “Or it could be a breakfast dessert.”

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