If french toast is your go to order at brunch, you may want to try this shibuya toast recipe. The stacked dish is a Japanese interpretation of the popular dessert.
This version from Sangdad Publishing looks pretty and mouth-watering good. A video walking you through how to make the shibuya toast goes through every step from making dough for the bread to toppings like ice cream, whipped cream and fruit.
The video itself is also beautifully shot, with a whimsical feel that is also instructive. In addition to creative camera angles and an instrumental soundtrack, floral plates, boot-shaped milk containers and retro-styled standing mixers make watching the recipe in action almost a cinematic experience. Small touches like a single flower placed over rising dough and title cards that offer instruction make a big difference.
This Instructive Video on How to Make Shibuya Toast is Beautifully Shot
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