Eggs Benedict is a wonderful brunch recipe if you are looking for a different way to serve poached eggs.
This dish basically consists of half a buttered English muffin at the bottom, which is topped firstly with Canadian style bacon, otherwise known as back bacon, or can be substituted with ham, followed by a perfectly poached egg and lastly, drizzled with a spoonful of smooth Hollandaise sauce.
For a heavier meal, eggs Benedict are often served with roast potatoes or homemade fries, which are used to mop up the gloriously yummy runny egg yolk.
To prepare eggs Benedict, you may find yourself having to contend with several things at once, as most of the ingredients only take a few minutes to prepare. It will take quite a bit of skill and expertise, but with a little practice or an extra pair of hands, you will soon be making eggs Benedict like a true professional.
To start with, it is best to prepare the Hollandaise sauce
, as this can easily be heated up and stirred quickly when needed.