Jeff's Easy Eggs Benedict Sandwich — Most Popular Pin of the Week

Jeff combines classic ingredients in eggs Benedict to make his next-level sandwich. Dive into this sandwich with your hands for the ultimate brunch indulgence.
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Photo by: Con Poulos

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While eggs can be enjoyed in several forms, there’s nothing quite like cutting into a hot, runny yolk. In this week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week, Jeff Mauro puts a twist on traditional eggs Benedict — he nixes the usually necessary cutlery and transforms this brunch-time favorite into a decadent sandwich. Despite its hybrid name, eggs Benedict purists shouldn’t be alarmed. This dish features all of the classic ingredients: runny eggs, smoky ham and a velvety hollandaise sauce, which Jeff makes extra simple. Instead of tempering the mixture of egg yolks and butter, he combines the ingredients in a blender.

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Get the Recipe: Eggs Benedictwich (pictured above) from Food Network Magazine.

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