Eggs Benedict

6 reviews

Make yourself a fancy restaurant brunch! You deserve it!

Camille C.
Camille C.
2k
Medium

3 minutes

Prep time

11 minutes

Cook time

894 cal.

Per serving

Ingredients

Utensils

Stovetop, Pot (small), Frying pan, Whisk

recipe

Egg

Step 1

Bring a small pot of salted water to a boil. Reserve half of the eggs for the Hollandaise sauce. Add the rest to the pot. Cook the eggs for 6 min.

English muffin

Step 2

Cut the English muffins in half. Butter the inside of each muffin slice.

English muffin

Step 3

Bring a dry pan over medium heat. Add the English muffin slices, butter-side down. Toast until golden brown, or for 1 min. Set aside.

Egg

Step 4

Remove the eggs from the pot. Plunge them into a bowl of icy cold water to stop the cooking. Empty the pot of water, so you can reuse it for the sauce!

Egg

Step 5

Once cooled, gently peel the eggs & set aside.

Lemon

Step 6

Juice the lemon.

Egg

Step 7

Separate the yolks from the whites of the reserved eggs. Add the yolks to the small pot. Save the egg whites for another use!

Lemon
Butter (unsalted)

Step 8

Add the lemon juice & a splash of water to the pot. Season with salt & pepper. Whisk to combine. Cut the rest of the butter into small pieces.

Butter (unsalted)

Step 9

Bring the pot to very-low heat, whisking continuously. Be sure not to let it simmer! Add the butter, a little at a time. Continue whisking as you do so.

Step 10

The sauce should thicken so that it coats the back of a spoon. When it does, turn off the heat.

Ham (deli slices)
Egg
English muffin

Step 11

Arrange the toasted English muffins on a serving plate. Top each muffin slice with a piece of ham. Lay a soft-boiled egg over each open-faced sandwich.

Step 12

Drizzle the Hollandaise sauce over top. Season with salt & pepper. Any extra sauce is great for dipping! Enjoy!

Personal notes

Add your own flavor!


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Nutrition facts

Average estimated amount for one serving

Energy894 cal.
Fat63 g
Carbohydrates41 g
Protein42 g
Fiber3 g

Values are based on an average estimate for one serving. All nutrition information presented on Jow is intended for informational purposes only. If you have any concerns or questions about your health, please consult with a health-care professional.

On average, one serving of the recipe "Eggs Benedict" contains 894 Energy, 63 g of Fat, 41 g of Carbohydrates, 42 g of Protein, 3 g of Fiber.

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