- 3 egg yolks (see how to separate eggs)
- 1 tablespoon lemon juice
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- 1/8 teaspoon cayenne (optional)
- 10 tablespoons unsalted butter (if using salted butter, skip the added salt)
Walters a month ago
I made eggs benedict for Easter. My family came home for the hollandaise.
Miss T 3 months ago
Really easy and turned out great with a bit of added water.
Diane Cameron 4 months ago
very easy and tastes great
Sandy 4 months ago
Not bad for first try
Jo-Ann Aragon 4 months ago
Easy. Good. Made with handheld stick blender and it worked
Nicholas Muellers 4 months ago
it was good, easy and fool proof
Vee 5 months ago
Amazingly easy to flow recipe that tastes sooo good
Hellllllo a year ago
Turned out amazing! Super easy and tasty. Takes the annoyance out of making hollandaise!
Jessica Perry a year ago
It was ok, but very buttery. I ate my portion and put in the fridge for another meal and it basically resumed as butter. When I tried to reheat it for another meal, it separated and was gross. I’ve stored other versions for later use, but this just didn’t work...
Cheryl Futscher S. 2 years ago
Amazing! So easy and so tasty! Will be my go to hollandaise sauce. Had to stop my 3 year old from drinking it straight.
Govinda J. 2 years ago
Awesome! First time ever and it was super easy and tasty...... Will definitely make again.
Andrew Viens 2 years ago
Had to had cream and cook it on the stove top for a bit . I'd try a different recipe in the future and it ended up separating a bit on me
Rachel N. 3 years ago
Turned out Great! I like having a fast simple way to make this sauce so I'm not spending so much stirring at the stove.
Cynthia Pasloski 3 years ago
Found it very easy and the favour was all there! Loved it! Next attempt will personalize more with Frankie's Red Hot Sauce or Pico de Gallo! Just some thoughts!