Easy Hollandaise Sauce is a creamy egg-based sauce with a light, rich flavor. Give this sauce a try; don’t be intimidated by this sauce. I am a home cook and I can master this recipe easily.
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This sauce adds another layer of buttery flavor to your dishes.
Forget the tempering, forget the clarified butter, forget the separated sauce. 😊
Finding an Easy No-Fail Method
If you read the recipes for Hollandaise sauce, they generally call for clarified or just melted butter. When I used that method, getting the recipe right was a hit and miss. Often, the recipe would separate on me. Therefore, I did not make the sauce very much because it was too much of a bother to make something that was not a sure thing.
When the recipe did turn out, it was just amazing on a variety of dishes. However, I watched a partial episode of America’s Test Kitchen and noticed that they were adding softened butter to their sauce. I gave it a try with my recipe. Worked like a charm! Therefore, I am finally ready to share my recipe with you. Give this sauce a try.
Sauce up your next meal
This Hollandaise sauce can be used for the traditional eggs benedict, over fish, or asparagus. However, try something new by putting it over French fries, baked potatoes, vegetables, or any other ideas you can dream up.
My family loved these Egg Benedicts.