My Dad's favorite breakfast is eggs benedict. A lot of hollandaise recipes involve a lot of whisking/double boilers, etc...Does anyone have a simple recipe that is equally delicious?
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I really like Eric Ripert's Blender Hollandaise. You can find the recipe here:
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Ditto on this one. So easy. So tasty.
This is perfect
A Hollandaise is an emulsion, which means that you will have to whisk it create the texture and thickness you desire.
Or do it in 2 minutes with an immersion blender:
I love Hollandaise Sauce and make it from scatch. But, a little secret I learned from my best driend when she ran a B&B in Newport RI was Use the Knorr's Hollandaise packet. Use milk instead of water and add fresh lemon juice to taste when it thickens. It's fabulous and super easy!!
Once and for all, let's settle this shall we?
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