Yes, there is an Eggs Benedict Day. And this is your answer to it.
Awesome Eggs Benedict requires awesome Hollandaise. Here are 5 creamy versions to shake your eggs Bennie world.
Hollandaise is notoriously tricky to make. But it doesn’t have to be. We’ve rounded up the quickest, fastest, and easiest way to make it this side of the Atlantic ... in the blender!
Start with a bit of boiling butter, and pour it over egg yolks in a blender. Salt and lemon juice finish it all off. It’s seriously that easy!
But WAIT! If you add a bit of spice or other ingredients, suddenly your Hollandaise is fabulaise!
Zest up your Hollandaise sauce 5 different ways with Old El Paso products. Here's how:
Add a tablespoon of sour cream, a sprinkle of Old El Paso Taco Seasoning, and fresh cilantro to a batch of Hollandaise. Serve it over an English muffin with ham, tomato, and a poached egg for a scrumptious twist on Eggs Benedict.
Blend Old El Paso Spicy Taco Mix into your Hollandaise. Serve it over an English Muffin topped with OEP Refried Beans, avocado, poached egg, and jalapeños. Yum!
A few tablespoons of Old El Paso Chipotle Sauce blended into Hollandaise makes a gorgeous chipotle sauce! Spoon it over an English Muffin, bacon, buttery Green Giant corn, and a poached egg for the ultimate spicy breakfast.
Add a half avocado to a batch of Hollandaise and blend until pureed. Serve over Old El Paso Stand and Stuff tortillas, with the Old El Paso Chicken & Rice Packet topped with a poached egg.
Blend several tablespoons of Old El Paso Enchilada Sauce into a batch of Hollandaise. Serve over an English Muffin topped with shredded chicken, tomato, chopped purple onions. Top with cheddar.
With these easy ways to jazz up Hollandaise sauce, you'll never make it plain again!
Brooke blogs at Cheeky Kitchen where she shares crazy simple, healthy family recipes. She joined Tablespoon to share some of her best, so keep an eye on Brooke's profile to see what she cooks up next!