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  1. #16
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    Originally posted by Shinma
    Next on the to-do list,
    Eggs benedict!
    Lol! Seriously though, any tips on this?!
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    Very funny Scotty, now beam down my clothes!

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    Eggs Benedict are not really for a novice cook
    The tricky part is poaching the eggs.
    And the even trickier part is making the Hollandaise sauce correctly. It can be a lot of work to make from scratch.

    I have found a pretty fair tasting already prepared brand that I use whenever I get the urge for this treat.

    In a pinch, I have fooled several people with discerning taste by making "mock Hollandaise sauce".
    Just take about 6 Tablespoons of Hellman's Mayo (MUST be Hellman's) add the juice of about 1/2 lemon and a drop or two of yellow food coloring. I actually got this idea from a chef.
    It's not the real thing, but like I said it has fooled some people .

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    The word, for mixing, could it be whisk? Or something?

  5. #20
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    i think it is "beat", as in beat the eggs

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