Southern-Style Eggs Benedict
Eggs Benedict is a lavish dish. Open-faced English muffins layered with Canadian bacon, poached eggs, and rich Hollandaise sauce make a showstopping brunch when paired with seasonal fruit. Though it's hard to imagine how it can get much better, we've added some fresh ideas to this tried-and-true classic.
Don't let the thought of poaching eggs scare you. Serve traditional Eggs Benedict for your Easter celebration brunch.
We bet you've never tried Eggs Benedict like this before. This recipe is impressive, but still easy to whip up for guests. Reviewer friscocook says, "We had this for Easter breakfast and thought it was fantastic. I don't give 5 stars easily, but this recipe is worth the rating."
Our Test Kitchen thought the popular Lowcountry dish shrimp and grits couldn't be improved. Yet Robert Stehling of Hominy Grill in Charleston put a delicious twist on this recipe using fried grits squares, asparagus spears, and a creamy shrimp sauce.
Recipe: Shrimp-and-Grits Eggs Benedict
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Sunny-side up or sliced boiled eggs would work just as well as poached eggs for this dish you've got to try.