How do you make Eggs Benedict? Well it’s pretty easy trust me. And this Farmers Sausage Eggs Benedict are no different than the original ones that uses ham.
HOW TO COOK FARMERS SAUSAGE
Farmers sausage is cold – smoked yet still it is uncooked and so is prepared just like any other raw sausage. It is best to slice it in half in order to cook it throughout.
If you are wanting this recipe to be Gluten free you can purchase a Gluten Free English Muffins and some Gluten free hollandaise sauce.
Think recipe in bed kind of morning 😉
In order to make the best eggs benedict you will want to cook the eggs just right.
And to do that you will simply add 2 tbsp of white vinegar to a medium pot of boiling water.
Once it reaches a boil you will want to turn down the heat to medium – low.
When it reaches a medium – low heat, simply crack one egg into a small ramekin boil. And slowly place it into the pot, repeat with a maximum of 3 eggs per pot.
You do not want to overcrowd the eggs and allow them to cook at the bottom of the pot, once they reach a firm yet soft on the inside texture.
REMOVE them with a spatula and strain over the sink. And wulla you have poached your eggs!
Those eggs are what you will use for this recipe.
Still need direction? Here is an excellent video showing it: How to Poach an Egg
If your not to familiar with farmers sausage it’s probably because your not Canadian, now I may be biased here but we do have the best farmers sausage.
It comes from a place called Winkler meats in Manitoba. It looks like this, if you have never tried it.
You are definitely missing out!
This recipe is not only inexpensive it’s also super simple to make, your sure to want to enjoy this breakfast time and time again.
Like this recipe? Looking for another take on an English Muffin breakfast, you may also love my: Smoked salmon poached egg english-muffins
If you have never poached an egg, I promise you it’s not at all hard you can do it!
Did you try this? I would love to hear about your favorite breakfast memories in the comments below. Till next time friends, see you in the kitchen 🙂
Looking for another GREAT Breakfast recipe? Check out my Black forest ham hash browns with eggs. Your gonna love this one too!
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- 3 pieces Farmers Sausage
- 4 Large eggs
- 2 English Muffins
- 2 tbsp Vinegar
- 1 tbsp Fresh Parsley
- Pinch of Salt and Pepper to taste
- 1/4 cup Melted Butter
- 2 Egg yolks
- 1 tsp Fresh Lemon Juice
- pinch cayenne pepper
- Start by making the hollandaise sauce: In a medium stainless steel bowl place 2 egg yolks and whisk them along with the lemon juice. Once it thickens up nice, place the bowl over a small spot that has 1 cup of simmering hot water. Make sure the bowl bottom does not touch the water and continuing whisking, make sure the eggs to not scramble you just want to heat them thoroughly. Slowly add in the melted butter and whisk till hot and combined. Remove from the heat and stir in the cayenne along with a pinch of salt.
- Now slice and toast the english muffins and place them open faced on two plates.
- Next slice the meat and place them in a large frying pan, cook the farmer sausage according to package instructions and once it has cooked place it on top of the english muffins.
- In the same pot that you used to cook the sauce, pour more water and turn the heat up to high adding in 2 tbsp of vinegar.
- When the water reaches a medium – low heat, simply crack one egg into a small ramekin boil. And slowly place it into the pot, repeat with a maximum of 3 eggs per pot. You do not want to overcrowd the eggs and allow them to cook at the bottom of the pot, once they reach a firm yet soft on the inside texture.
- REMOVE them with a spatula and strain over the sink, then place each egg on top of the farmers sausage and pour over the hollandaise sauce. Top with parsley and season according to taste, enjoy!
Nutrition Information:Yield: 2 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 855Total Fat: 67gSaturated Fat: 29gTrans Fat: 1gUnsaturated Fat: 31gCholesterol: 680mgSodium: 1479mgCarbohydrates: 29gFiber: 2gSugar: 2gProtein: 32g