Most versatile foods on Earth! Low carb style! Eggs – are one of the Fried, boiled, poached, emulsified, whipped, baked, beaten, separated, shuffled or eaten raw- eggs are a must! So comes eggs benedict!
They’re full of proteins and fats, with very little carbs, for anyone on a ketogenic diet these eggs benedict are perfect. The average large egg contains 7g of protein, 5g of fat and about 0.4g of carbs. They are also good sources of lutein and choline, both important nutrients for eye and brain health. Click for details on Eggs nutrition
It’s important to know where they’re coming from when buying eggs, (as much as you can infer from the package). Egg cartons these days are full of certifications and labels claiming their chickens are well taken care of.
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Some of those mean nothing claims are simple marketing tactics; it’s important to recognize them. From where your eggs are coming from, learn this in Egg Label Guide!
How to make egg benedict?
Here’s the eggs benedict recipe! if you don’t have any oopsie rolls on hand, You can use them for savory and even sweet dishes after making a big batch and they’re a keto staple!
- 4 large free range eggs
- 1 batch hot hollandaise sauce
- 2 to asting muffins
- 3 tbsp white wine vinegar
- 4 slices Parma ham, or Serrano or Bayonne
- Bring a deep saucepan of water (at least 2 liters) to the boil and add the vinegar. Break the eggs into ramekins or 4 separate coffee cups. Split the muffins, warm some plates and toast them.
- To form a vortex and slide in an egg, swirl the vinegared water briskly. It will curl around and to a neat round shape it will set . Cook for 2-3 mins, then with a slotted spoon remove it.
- Repeat with the other eggs, re-swirling the water as you slide in the eggs, one at a time. Scrunch a slice of ham on top, spread some sauce on each muffin, then top with an egg. Spoon over the hollandaise (remaining) and serve at once.
Serving Size1 grams
Amount Per Serving Unsaturated Fat 0g