I recently asked a large group of food lovers what was THE sauce they wanted to learn how to make and the overwhelming answer was Hollandaise sauce.
The people have spoken, let's talk about Hollandaise.
It's a classic French sauce that's made with egg yolks and butter, and served on eggs Benedict, fish, vegetables or steak. But, it has a reputation for being fussy and time consuming to make.
So for today's Dish I'm going to give you the simplest and easiest way to make this sauce in under two minutes.
Watch the video below for the fast, no-fuss method for making Hollandaise sauce.
And then join me in the Travel & Feast Facebook group for more tips on how to cook food that's versatile and delicious: www.facebook.com/groups/travelandfeast
2/1/2021 12:25:10 pm
Wow who knew we could easily make this with ingredients I usually have on hand!
2/2/2021 12:24:10 pm
Yes! It's a good one to whip out with stuff you've already got in the fridge. I just used the leftovers on breakfast this morning, poached eggs with fried chicken and waffles.
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I'm Natasha Ho, a trained chef and avid traveler. I've studied culinary traditions from cuisines around the world, and I help food lovers learn how to cook a wide variety of meals that are consistently delicious so they can have more fun, ease and joy in their kitchen.