17 May, 2016
This is one of those breakfast meals that my kids love, they love to make and eat. It also makes a great breakfast in bed type of meal. The trick to the dish is actually the Hollandaise Sauce.
Once you have the sauce, the rest is really simple. You need a frying pan, a small pot, and a spatula.
The best part about this is that I know have kids that can make this easily.
- 4 english muffin 1 per person
- 1 package Canadian Bacon 8 slices per package
- 8 eggs
- Hollendase Sauce See above link for Recipie
- 1/2 stick Butter
- 1 Tbsp Vinegar
Get a pot going with boiling water. Once boiling, add vinegar. The Vinegar helps the eggs stay together. Bring the water down to a simmer.
Fork split the english muffins and get into the toaster. You are looking to make them warm throughout with a light brown edge. Take out when done.
Get Frying pan on medium heat. Melt a sliver of butter.
Get the Canadian bacon into the frying pan. Its about 3 minutes to a side which will align nicely with the eggs.
Crack an egg gently into the water (you want to keep the egg together in the water. Do one to start but you can do many at the same time once you have the hang of it. Let the egg simmer for 3 minutes
Flip bacon. Take eggs out of the water and into a bowl using a slotted spoon. You should still have soft liquid yolks.
On each plate, put 2 halves of english muffin. Put a very small amount of butter on each one. Lay 1 slice of Canadian bacon on each muffin. Now gently spoon 1 egg on top of each slice of bacon. Dash with Salt and Pepper. Spoon Hollandaise sauce onto the top of each half.