Tonga Toast Recipe?

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  1. dtr_angel

    dtr_angel Sorry I'm Late

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    I thought I had one saved on my computer that I got from here, but I can't find it. Does anyone happen to have it? Thanks! We're hoping to have a "poly" breakfast night tomorrow night for dinner. Definitely missing Disney World right now :)
     
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  3. Lu Ann

    Lu Ann Afternoon Tea Hostess

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    Tonga Toast

    Stuffed Bread:
    1 Pullman Loaf or Sourdough Bread
    3 Bananas
    1 cup Cinnamon-Sugar Mixture (equal parts)
    1 quart Canola Oil

    Batter:
    6 Eggs
    2 cups Milk
    1/4 tsp Cinnamon
    2 TBS Sugar
    Dash of Vanilla

    Place all batter ingredients in a bowl. Cut ends off sourdough loaf then cut into 6 equal pieces. Using a small sharp knife, cut a pocket in the middle of each piece, about 3/4 down. Stuff two pieces of banana into each piece of bread. Preheat oil in a deep fryer to 350 degrees. Dip stuffed bread into batter and place in oil. Cook 'til brown on one side, about 3 minutes, then repeat process on other side. Remove from oil and drain on paper towels to remove excess oil. Roll in cinnamon/sugar mix and serve it with maple syrup. Makes 6 portions.
     
  4. dtr_angel

    dtr_angel Sorry I'm Late

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    thank you SO much!
     
  5. LAWalz23

    LAWalz23 DIS Veteran

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    Thanks for asking for/posting the recipe. Tonga toast is one of my favorite breakfast in WDW!:banana:
     
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    B-Ride Getting My Disney Fix

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  7. kmk1180

    kmk1180 "Today's a good day to Win a Trip to Disney World.

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    oooooohhhhh.

    I have wanted to try Tonga Toast but my wife hasn't wanted to go to Kona for Breakfast. (we're not big breakfast people)

    Thanks for posting it, I'll give it a try.

    I'm sure it won't be the same but will be close and give me a good idea
    what's it's like.
     
  8. LAWalz23

    LAWalz23 DIS Veteran

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    You can also get Tonga toast at Captain Cookes, the counter serve at the Poly for a lot less.
     
  9. dtr_angel

    dtr_angel Sorry I'm Late

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    That is where we always get it at :)
     

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