Nothing says the holidays more than hosting a holiday brunch – and nothing says brunch more than the classic Eggs Benedict, a staple at every restaurant brunch and now you can make them at home with this quick and simple recipe! Don’t forget to enter the Facebook giveaway.
Eggs Benedict. The one thing I ALWAYS order at restaurants during brunch! I’m more of a savory girl when it comes to breakfast, so eggs are my choice most of the times. But Eggs Benedict, that decadent preparation that’s layers of a buttered English muffin, crispy Canadian bacon, a perfectly poached egg, and a luscious Hollandaise sauce? That my friends is what I call a perfect bite and I’m teaching you how to make them from start to finish over on the American Kitchen Cookware blog today!
If you think Eggs Benedict are complicated – stop that thinking and make sure to check out the recipe! You’ll be astounded at how easy it is to make this classic Eggs Benedict dish at home for friends and family.
Not only are you getting the recipe for these lovely eggs, but JUST FOR TODAY ONLY the entire American Kitchen Cookware site is 20% off! That’s a fantastic discount of you’re looking to get some new pans for the new year – and let me tell you these pans do not disappoint. They heat evenly, are the best non-stick pans I’ve ever used, and the clean up is quick & easy! Make sure to stop by their site and shop around. Below are some of my favorite American Kitchen Cookware pans:
- 8-inch Premium Stainless Steel Skillet
- 2-quart Premium Stainless Steel Saucepan
- 8-quart Premium Stainless Steel Stock Pot
To kick off Monday – w’re also hosting a giveaway of my favorite American Cookware pan and culinary cookbook, so make sure to head on to Facebook and check it out. Enter Facebook giveaway here.
This is another recipe I’ve created using American Kitchen pots and pans, be sure to check out the others including Thai Shrimp Soup, Caprese Chicken Dinner, Champagne & Asparagus Risotto, Sesame & Mint Snap Peas, Whole Grain Salad with Creamy Cashew Dressing, and Holiday Fruit Crepes. Sign up for the newsletter by clicking here for updates on more giveaways.
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