3 Reviews

Made these for a friends birthday lunch and they were a big hit. Not hard to make at all

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MarraMamba December 08, 2009

Great breakfast for us today,I did cut the recipe in half for 2 of us, since kids are at school. The orange flavor was great, and enjoyed. I did go down to an 1/8 teaspoon of salt. All in all a great meal. Made for 1-2-3 hits.

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weekend cooker October 01, 2009

Loved this sauce, it was surprizingly light and the orange flavor was refreshing; 1/2 recipe produced 2 cups of sauce, and we used only enough to accent. The scones were okay, we enjoyed the orangey flavor, but these did not convert us to scone-lovers; next time this non-baker will use English muffins and spread a thin layer of orange marmalade on top before placing the grilled Canadian bacon on top. I cheated on the poached eggs by using a 4-egg nonstick insert in my 12-inch skillet; that ensured a predictable size and eliminated the need to drain the eggs. Yes, I prefer poached eggs done as appleydapply described when the water drainage is not a concern. I transferred the simmering orange juice (and then the melted butter) to a 2-cup measure with a spout to ensure that all went into my 2-cup food processor instead of the kitchen counter. This Hollandaise worked much better for me than the last one I attempted, so I will use these instructions next time. Thanks for sharing this recipe, Appleydapply! Made for Top Favorites of 2008 Tag as a TOP prize for tagging out Starrynews when she became FROG #7.

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KateL April 19, 2009
Orange Eggs Benedict