Prep 5 mins
Cook 10 mins
I've tried making hollandaise from scratch with limited success. I tried several hollandaise mixes and finally found the right compromise. The rest is easy. Eggs can be a challenge, and you may have a method that works better for you. I've always had rave reviews with this very simple, sure to delight, breakfast.
- Put 8 small plates in oven set on lowest temperature to warm.
- In a small saucepan over medium heat, melt butter. Whisk in contents of hollandaise package. Only use Knorr brand, and do not use the package instructions. Slowly whisk in milk a little at a time so as to avoid lumps (whisk out any lumps you get right away). Turn heat down to medium low and watch carefully, whisking occaisonally as it thickens. When it's the right consistancy (it will thicken in about 3 minutes), gently stir in 1 tsp lemon juice. Add Canadian bacon slices. Cover and set on low until needed.
- Split English muffins and toast lightly. Set one on each plate in oven to keep warm.
- Gently fry eggs over medium heat. I usually crack 4 eggs into a small bowl and add all at once to a small skillet. Once the whites start to set up, I add about 2 TBS water, lightly salt, and cover with glass lid so you can watch the eggs. They will steam or boil gently.
- While eggs are cooking, place one piece of Canadian bacon onto each piece of English Muffin on plates in oven. (Wood tongs are great for this).
- Place one egg on each prepared plate. If cooking 4 eggs at a time, leave the first 4 plated in the oven.
- Spoon hollandaise over each plate and sprinkle lightly with paprika and serve.
I can't believe that no one has tried these before now. They were simple to do and tasted great. Thanks for sharing this nice keeper. Made for Cookbook Tag.
Easy and filling breakfast especially when using a bottled hollandaise sauce, the eggs cooked while the muffins toasted and all came together in about 3 minutes, thank you Squirrel Gone Wild, made for the Best of 2013 and recommended by lazyme.