muffin smoked salmon scrambled egg and hollandaise
Quick and easy hollandaise sauce
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Prep Time
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muffin smoked salmon scrambled egg and hollandaise
Quick and easy hollandaise sauce
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Servings
4-6
Prep Time
20min
Cook Time
Servings
4-6
Prep Time
20min
Cook Time
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Instructions
  1. Begin by separating your eggs. In a food processor or blender, place the egg yolks and add some seasoning.
  2. In a small saucepan, heat the lemon juice and white wine vinegar until the mixture starts to bubble and simmer.
  3. Now pour the hot lemon juice mixture into the yolks and blend for 30 seconds until thoroughly combined.
  4. Using the same saucepan, melt the butter over a gentle heat, careful to not let in brown.
  5. When the butter is foaming, switch the food processor or blender back on and pour in the butter, in a thin and steady trickle; the slower the better.
  6. TIP: If you find it easier, heat a jug with boiling water, discard and pour in the butter. You can use this to maintain a steadier pour.
  7. When all the butter has been incorporated, wipe around the sides of the processor bowl or blender with a spatula to incorporate all the sauce. You should end up with a perfectly smooth, thick, but slightly pale buttery sauce. Almost the consistency of runny mayonnaise.
    hollandaise sauce
Recipe Notes

If you don't own a food processor or blender, you can use an electric hand whisk or balloon whisk.

You shouldn't leave Hollandaise for more then 30 minutes as over time as the fat content will start to separate.  In order to stop a skin forming on the sauce, cover loosely with cling film to stop air getting to it.

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