Prepare the bread crusts If it's frozen, defrost before using. It's more tasty if there's a generous amount of the white parts.
Crack an egg into a bowl and beat well. Add milk, sugar, and vanilla oil and mix well.
Add all crusts into the liquid and set aside to let all sides soak it up.
Heat some butter in a frying pan over medium heat. Add crusts when the butter is warm. Flip over when one side is brown, and continue to grill.
Keep on flipping them over and make sure that each side is grilled well. It's ready to eat when it's looking crispy and golden brown overall.
Story Behind this Recipe
My family loves sandwiches. That's why I get a lot of leftover bread crusts, since I usually chop them off. My mother and I were thinking about a way to change these crusts into something delicious, and here's what we came up with. It was actually a much better success than we first thought!
When you heat butter in a frying pan, don't take too much time before adding the bread crusts or it will burn. If you have vanilla oil, make sure to add. When you eat it, you can really tell the difference to its flavor. Eat with a fork.