An emulsion of liquid butter and egg yolk, hollandaise sauce is flavorful with a dash of salt, lemon juice, and a bit of cayenne or white pepper.
Here are some ways you can use hollandaise sauce mixes to make dull dishes come alive.
The Classic Eggs Benedict
For this classic breakfast dish, get a toasted English muffin. Put a grilled Canadian bacon slab on top. Then, add a poached egg. Finally, top everything with some hollandaise sauce – a perfect way to start your day.
Hollandaise Sauce on Baked Potato
Everyone loves baked potato for dinner. Using a fork, piece the potato about six times. Get a dish with crushed pepper and olive oil. Bathe the potato in the mixture, and then transfer it to a baking sheet. Place it in an oven preheated at 375° F for about 1 hour. Take the potato out and allow to aerate.
Top the baked potato with hollandaise.
Veggies Dressed Up with Hollandaise Sauce
Steamed broccoli or asparagus makes for a great dinner side dish. Steam the veggies for around 6 minutes. Ladle a spoonful of hollandaise on top of the veggies. Even your kids would love the dish. Guaranteed! Now you know what to do to make your kids eat their vegetables.
Salmon with Hollandaise
This is great for the main course. All you need is a thin slab of pink, bright sockeye salmon. Mix chicken stock with a tablespoon of butter, capers, and ¼ cup of white wine. Allow simmering. Stir over medium heat setting. Drop the fish in and allow to cook. Flip the fish every 3 minutes.
If you like the fish well-done, flip a few times. Allow simmering for 3 minutes more. Take the fish away from the heat and transfer to a serving dish. Ladle a generous amount of hollandaise and spread on top.
Try these delicious and easy to prepare dishes with hollandaise sauce. You will not regret doing it.