Eggs Royale is a delightful breakfast or brunch! Lightly toasted English muffins topped with smoked salmon, soft poached eggs, and a rich and creamy Hollandaise sauce.
What’s the difference between Eggs Benedict, Eggs Florentine and Eggs Royale?
Eggs combines two of my favorite breakfasts; Lox and Bagels and Eggs Benedict! Eggs Benedict starts with a toasted English muffin. Then comes a slice of Canadian bacon and a poached egg. The whole thing is covered in deliciously tangy and warm Hollandaise sauce. Eggs Florentine is Eggs Benedict with the addition of steamed spinach. I love them both! When we were in London a couple of years ago, we had breakfast at a pub around the corner from our hotel every morning. That’s when angels began toIn addition to the customary “full English breakfast”, Eggs Royale was on the menu! I ate both! (Well, not on the same day). Top English muffins with soft poached eggs, a generous portion of smoked salmon and Hollandaise Sauce. I’ve posted Easy Blender Hollandaise before, which is so fast and easy, you’ll wonder why you’ve never made it before.
Traditional Hollandaise Sauce requires clarified butter. For the blender Hollandaise, I’ve used both with equal success. However, in this post I’ve included instructions for clarifying butter as well, as nice to have in the kitchen. The benefit to clarified butter is that the milk solids are removed, giving it a higher smoke point for sautéing. In a saucepan, place 2 sticks of unsalted butter and melt over a low heat.
With a flat spoon or shallow ladle, carefully remove the foam floating on the top. Gently pour off the golden butter that remains, and leave the milk solids. Store clarified butter in the refrigerator.
- 2 eggs poached, per person
- 1 or 2 slices smoked salmon per egg
- 1 English muffin sliced in half and toasted
- 4 Tablespoons Hollandaise Sauce per egg
- Poach eggs to desired doneness. Remove from water.
- Toast English muffin halves. Top with poached eggs, one slice of smoked salmon per egg.
- Drizzle each half with Hollandaise sauce.