Eggs Benny doesn’t have to be hard to make or complex, here is my favourite Easy Eggs Benedict Recipe!
Easy Eggs Benedict Recipe recipe!
I kid you not, this recipe does the trick beautifully when time is limited, it doesn’t need to be an all morning production. The real secret is being prepared with everything ready to go!
I have fed a large amount of people with my production line method!
Easy Eggs Benedict Recipe Tips & Tricks
- First, get out your slotted spoon and a deep pan. I prefer a pan, as the lack of depth seems to help keep the eggs together better. Could just be a false perception, but hey, I go with it. You also MUST have a slotted spoon!
- Put a tablespoon of vinegar into your water. My mother swears that it holds the eggs together while poaching, and it seems to work like a charm for me, so why not? Anything is better than arguing with my mother.
- Eggs Benedict have an interesting past and have been around since the mid 1800’s, you can read all about eggs benny here.
I have made this easy eggs Benedict recipe time and time again and it gets easier every time! The timing is what makes tackling an eggs benedict recipe difficult, but hopefully the steps I’ve outlined help you out! If you are really looking for something special, try out my Tater Tots Eggs Benedict! They are amazing!
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Easy Eggs Benedict Recipe
- Prep Time
- 15 minutes
- Cook Time
- 3 minutes
- 4 servings
- Karlynn Johnston
- 4 eggs
- 1 tablespoon vinegar
- 2 English muffins 1/2 of one for each egg cooked
- 4 slices of Canadian Bacon
- One Blender Hollandaise Recipe
- Get out your slotted spoon and a deep pan of water, set the pan onto the stove and start it on its way to boiling. I prefer a pan, as the lack of depth seems to help keep the eggs together better.
- Put a tablespoon of vinegar into your water.
- Timing is everything with tackling an Eggs Benedict recipe, so get out your Canadian bacon and your English muffins to start with. You are going to want to heat the oven to broil the bacon and toast the muffins.
- Lightly butter the English muffins and place on a baking sheet. Place the slices of Canadian bacon beside them on the sheet.
- Put the sheet into the oven and broil them for a few minutes. The bacon can dry out, so make sure the sheet is on the middle rack of the over. During these few minutes, you are going to tackle poaching eggs!
- Carefully drop your eggs into the boiling water, and cook for about 3 minutes. You want those yolks soft and runny!
- Prepare the Blender Hollandaise
- Take out the English muffins and place one piece on a plate, followed by a piece of the Canadian bacon.
- Remove the eggs using a slotted spoon so that the water drains and place an egg on top of each English muffin.
- Top with hot Hollandaise sauce and enjoy!
All calories and info are based on a third party calculator and are only an estimate. Actual nutritional info will vary with brands used, your measuring methods, portion sizes and more.
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Deborah Goss says
You don’t tell HOW to make the sauce..some of us need instruction..that are step be step, which this doesn’t do?
keith eidschun says
what is one blender hollandaise sauce and how do I make it or buy it, it doesn’t say how in your recipe. I am going to make these for my wife on mothrs day
Tara Zieminek says
Have you ever tried making your hollandaise with the leftover juice from a jar of jalapeno peppers – so tasty! 🙂
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B Kimble says
I love eggs benedict, and I love things that sparkle, too! I love reading cook books, but unfortunately, I don’t like cooking so much.
I’ve made that blender hollandaise before and it’s just as good as the drawn out method. I agree, more hot sauce is better. : )
i see what u did here, clever.