Students who have eaten bread talk rusks should like the rich milky flavor and crispy taste. They used to buy it every time, and they often can't buy it. Recently, I made a sandwich. The toast that had fallen down was hardened when it was not eaten in time. It was a pity to throw it away. I thought that the toast would be cut into rusks. The brush was tasted by myself. It was very delicious. I highly recommend it to everyone. ! ! ! The finished product is almost not much different from the bread talk home. The key is to eliminate the bread and toast that can't be eaten, and instantly become a delicious snack O (∩_∩) O~
Preheat the oven, cut the toast, 140 degrees, bake for 15 minutes
When baking the toast, you can prepare the sauce, heat the milk in a small pot and mix well.
Take out the rusks, brush the sauce on both sides, brush twice, you can let the bread fully absorb the sauce, 140 degrees, 15-20 minutes, try the coloration of the bread, and bake some faint caramel color on both sides.
Take it out and let it cool, put it in a sealed can, and take it if you want to eat it.
In fact, the baking time can be determined according to your own taste. I baked a batch of darker colors and it seems to be more crispy. Remember to stare at the oven after 15 minutes. Don't paste it.