Enjoy This Thanksgiving Edition of an Eggs Benedict Recipe

15 November 2016 - 9:20, by , in Recipes, No comments

With thanksgiving right around the corner, it is time to pull out your delicious holiday recipes and get cooking! One of the best parts of thanksgiving is all of the yummy leftovers afterwards. However, it’s easy to get tired of the same turkey and mashed potatoes every day. Switch up your after-thanksgiving leftover meals with a thanksgiving-styled eggs benedict. Is this the first time you’re hearing about this tasty dish? Continue reading to get our full recipe and try it for yourself – we’d love to hear your thoughts on it!

What You’ll Need:

  • Chino Valley Ranchers’ Eggs
  • Turkey
  • Slices of bread
  • Cranberry sauce
  • Stuffing
  • Gravy
  • Salt
  • Pepper

1. Poach your eggs.

Fill a saucepan with water and place the pan on the stove until it simmers. Crack your eggs into individual bowls and then drop the eggs into the pot, one by one. Make sure that the eggs do not touch each other, as it will ruin the poaching process. Let the eggs cook for a few minutes and when they are ready, take each egg out of the water. For a cleaner look, feel free to trim the edges of the eggs.

2. Heat your leftovers.

As your eggs are cooking, take your leftover turkey, stuffing and gravy and heat them all up separately. Season with salt and pepper for some extra flavor. If you prefer toasted bread, feel free to stick the bread in a toaster at this time as well.

3. Put it all together.

Place your bread on a plate. Then, scoop some cranberry sauce onto the bread. Next, add your heated stuffing and turkey. Finally, with your poached eggs completed, place the egg top of the turkey and drizzle gravy over it.

And just like that, your eggs benedict with a thanksgiving twist is ready to go! To make this meal really stand out, it is important to use healthy and high quality eggs, like the ones at Chino Valley Ranchers. For more information on our egg products, contact us today!

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