Eggs Benedict

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Here is an easy breakfast to make, that tastes and looks great. You can cook the hollandaise from scratch (which is the toughest part of the breakfast) or relieve some stress and use something like Knorr’s Hollandaise Sauce.

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Eggs Benedict

  • English muffin
  • Back Bacon
  • Tomato
  • Poached Eggs
  • Salt & Pepper
  • Bocconcini Mozzarella
  • Hollandaise Sauce (From Closet Cooking)
  • Dill
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Once you’ve talked the Hollandaise, the rest is easy! Boil a pot of water with 2 tablespoons of vinegar, which will help prevent the eggs from breaking. While you are waiting for the water to boil, crack all of your eggs into a bowl. Once the water is boiling pour the eggs into the water and slowly stir them around. Once the eggs are in the boiling water they should only take about 3 minutes to cook and that’s it!

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You can cook the back bacon in a separate pan, as well as some cherry tomatoes, which i also added the mozzarella to and let melt. Once everything is done, just butter your English muffin; place the back bacon, tomato, mozzarella, egg and then hollandaise sauce. You can add some salt and pepper as well as some dill or any other kind of garnish that strikes your fancy!

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This is a classic breakfast. Easy to make and looks great once you plate it!

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6 responses to “Eggs Benedict

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  3. I am such a sucker for eggs benedict, yet this is the one breakfast item my boyfriend never makes. As a result, I can’t resist it anytime it’s on the menu when we go out for breakfast.

  4. This looks delicious, Bob. I must say that I haven’t attempted a hollandaise for ages, but the Knorr idea is interesting.
    Oh, and your header is too funny!

  5. My favourite brunch dish always! Yours is so beautiful I’ve decided to grab some friends for eggs benedict next week!

  6. The photos are excellent as was the breakfast!

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