This Mexican ‘French’ toast recipe will satisfy sweet and savory cravings

Katalina’s, a small cafe in Columbus, Ohio, is known for the dish that includes sweet and spicy bacon.
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And we are back now with open for business. And since we started showcasing American small businesses in this series, since the beginning of March we have now helped over 170 businesses across the country. But we've got more to do and this morning, we're doing one. We're heading to katalina's in Columbus, Ohio. It's a local breakfast favorite and they're showing us how to make their amazing Mexican French toast with sweet and spicy bacon. It sounds so good. Take a look. Good morning, America. It's Kathleen day, a/k/a katalina at katalina's in Columbus, Ohio. Katalina's has been whipping up signature Latin seening southern style. Original goodness for the past ten years with energy, drive and quirky flavors, customers who normally flock to this hidden gem for their gooey pancake balls have had to skip breakfast since the pandemic hit. We were forced to go to carryout only or take-out only and sales dropped up to 70%. Reporter: Transitioning to online delivery and outdoor dining the owner is sharing her secret recipes with "Gma" for Mexican French toast and sweet and spicy bacon. You start by mixing teaspoons of cayenne pepper and brown sugar. Coat your bacon and bake to bubble will perfection for 10 to 15 minutes at 350 degrees. Then to whisk up her original Mexican front lines, egg, half and half, cinnamon, vanilla extract and cane sugar. Pour it you're going to let it sit for about two to three minces to make sure it soaks it up. Reporter: Turn the grill or pan on medium high, letly coat with oil and fry the bread until it's browned on both sides. After about five minutes the French toast should be done and we'll sprinkle with Mexican chocolate and powdered sugar and last but not least local real maple syrup and there you have it. Katalina's Mexican French toast. You'll love it the most. Oh, I am so making that. And if you're in the Columbus, Ohio area by chance you need to check out katalina's. Order curbside. Take-out or dine on their patio outside and you can also use postmates for delivery. Go to our website goodmorningamerica.com to get those recipes and we will be

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