Here is the last recipe!
On the First day of Christmas Diana Cheal gave to us:
Every family has a different agenda on Christmas Day. Some just want a quick breakfast so they can open presents or get off to church or friends and family. Others, enjoy a leisurely breakfast, spread out over a few hours. For this, we would recommend Eggs Benedict. We all have our own ways of making Eggs Benedict in the office, and all add in a few little things that make them different, so we thought we would do a few recipes from our favourite Chefs. Enjoy the cooking, and we wish you a Happy Christmas and a Happy New Year.
- For a take on a classic Eggs Benedict, try this one from Gordon Ramsayhttp://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/2450/gordons-eggs-benedict
- For Jamie Oliver’s more contemporary take, try this onehttp://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/eggs-recipes/super-eggs-benedict/#FD3R8bGcmEPVEJEf.97
- The original classic, has to come from Delia! http://www.deliaonline.com/recipes/cuisine/european/english/eggs-benedict.html
And then for two healthier options:
- Honestly Healthy’s Eggs Florentinehttp://www.honestlyhealthyfood.com/blogs/honestly-healthy-food/17967945-eggs-florentine
- The Food Network’s Kale and Tomato Eggs Benedicthttp://www.foodnetwork.co.uk/recipes/kale-and-tomato-eggs-benedict.html