DALLAS (KDAF) – You won’t even pick up your phone at this restaurant in Lower Greenville. It lacks televisions, handcrafted tables, plants on the wall, and so many other unique features, it’s a foodie escape established in Dallas.
Rye is a restaurant and cocktail bar serving small plates and creative seasonal cocktails.
After working in Paris, CEO and Creative Director Tanner Agar shared the famous French toast recipe he created. Within DFW I had the ability to get that recipe in full effect.
Agar said, “In 2018, Rye opened its doors in the small Dallas suburb of McKinney, Texas as a super seasonal and creative American fare restaurant.”
If you want to see the French toast recipe, be sure to look below or watch the step-by-step process in the video above.
French toast recipe from Agar:
- 1 brioche bread or Challah bread cut into 1-inch slices and dried overnight
- 1 liter of custard base
- Side Dishes
- Dip the bread into the custard base until hydrated
- Grill on a flat grill
- Garnish with whipped cream and your choice of toppings
Basic custard recipe
Makes about 3 quarters
Tip: Use the freshest eggs available for best results. If possible, refrigerate the base for a full 24 hours—the longer, the better. We like to chill our bases in plastic or stainless steel pitchers with airtight lids for easy pouring into the ice cream maker after chilling.
- 1 liter of whole milk
- 1 liter heavy cream
- 2 cups of granulated sugar
- 12 large egg yolks (save the whites for other uses)