My wife Jan had requested blue cornbread, which I served with chicken chili. There was a lot of cornbread left over, so today I thought to use it one of our favorite breakfasts, Eggs Benedict. I have done variations of Eggs Benedict (1, 2, 3)—by replacing the English muffin with whatever bread like substance I have on hand or substituting avocado for the Hollandaise sauce and new variations are born.
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My daughter is of an age to like Egg McMuffins, but I am hardly going to run out in the morning to buy her one. It is so much easier just to whip one up myself. Throw together a Thomas’ English muffin, a slice of Canadian bacon, a slice of sharp cheddar cheese, and a scrambled egg, what could be simpler?
Since I discovered a decent canned version of Hollandaise sauce, I have been making Eggs Benedict at least once a week. As I was posting my latest variation of this famous dish I wanted to link to my posting of the recipe, I discovered that I had never posted the recipe. I cannot really call it “Karl’s” recipe, because this is what you will get from many restaurants for about $10.