Could you name a one person who does not love croissants? I could not. On my last year trip to France I was stacking myself full with croissants everywhere we went: next to Eiffel tower, Montmartre and of course Champs Elysees.
Croissants for breakfast, lunch and dinner! I didn’t even had place left for onion soup or Nicoise salad. French people really know the knack of making croissants the right way filled with absolutely stunning ingredients. Surprisingly the most delicious ones were sold at the local bakery next to our hotel on a street less frequented by tourists.
Thankfully, nobody needs to actually go to France to have croissant for breakfast. You don’t even have to leave your house for a French bakery. All you need is to make them at home with a little bit of inspiration and our detailed guide recipe!
Breakfast croissant sandwich recipe
French style breakfast.
- 2 thinly sliced bacon pieces
- 1 medium croissant split in half horizontally
- 2 eggs
- 1/8 cup milk
- 1 cheese slices
Put bacon onto the heated pan, keep there until crisp, move bacon to paper towel, remove excessive grease
Put egges and milk into the bowl, swirl for 30 seconds, pour to the pan and wait till ready
Fill croissant with egg and bacon and serve
Adding sliced tomato and picked cucumbers (Kosher version) will further improve the taste.