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    Hot and Chilli's Rabanada with brigadeiro sauce

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    Ingredients

    1 sourdough bread, sliced (8 slices)

    2 cups of milk, 200ml

    1 can of condensed milk

    3 organic eggs, beaten

    Cinnamon to taste

    Sunflower oil to fry

    DECORATION

    1/2 cup of icing sugar, 60g

    1 dessertspoon of ground cinnamon, 3g

    BRIGADEIRO SAUCE 

    1 tablespoon of unsalted butter, 15g

    1 can of condensed milk

    1 tablespoon of good quality cocoa powder, 10g

    1/2 cup of whole milk, 200ml

    Method

    RABANADA

    1. Cut the bread into medium slices, cut in half if too big.

    2. In a deep plate, mix the milk with the condensed milk and dip the slices of bread until they are completely soaked.

    3. In another plate, beat the eggs.

    4. Dip the sliced wet bread on the beaten eggs until completely covered.

    5. Fry in hot oil till golden and drain the toast into a paper towel, continue the process until they are all fried.

    6. Dust each slice with cinnamon and sugar mix (decoration)

    7. Serve warm or place in refrigerator to serve chilled.

    BRIGADEIRO SAUCE 

    1. In a deep pan, place the butter, the condensed milk, the chocolate and whole milk, bring to simmering point until the mixture has the consistency of single cream. 

    2. Place in a heatproof jug. Serve hot or cold with the rabanadas.

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    Tip: The sauce can be made in advance; it will keep in the fridge for a couple of days.

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