Lazy Eggs Bennie

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Easy Eggs Benedict:

I call this a “Lazy Eggs Bennie” because I didn’t use all the ingredients that are used to make a traditional Eggs Benedict and I also took the liberty of preparing them my own special way using what I had in my kitchen and pantry.

The traditional recipe calls for using Canadian bacon, English muffins, hollandaise sauce and a poached egg.

My version; a Slice of bread (any kind will work as long as you toast it), a slice of thick cut ham, what I’d call a fried version of a poached egg (seasoned with salt, pepper and garlic powder), and a packet of hollandaise sauce (I used the Knorr brand packet you can find at the grocery store).

And there you have it! A Lazy Eggs Bennie!

Enjoy!

Author: thecomplimentaryhousecook

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