Eggs Benedict and Florentine eggs are known as a staple of a dream breakfast and even brunch! Many people, however, assume that they are pretty difficult to make and either avoid them completely in their home cooking, or cook only some of their components at home and rest purchase ready-made.
In reality, though, both eggs Benedict and Florentine eggs are pretty straightforward to cooking, and quite doable for anyone with beginner-intermediate cooking skills.
For the eggs Benedict you will need:
For the Florentine eggs you will need:
- 1 Poached egg
- 1 English muffin
- 20 ml Hollandaise sauce
- 20 g Spinach
- 5 g Butter
Quickly saute spinach in butter (season to taste, if necessary), and assemble your Florentine egg in the same order as Egg Benedict (spinach here instead of bacon).