Saturday, January 21, 2012

Seafood Eggs Benedict

We had left over fish cakes from last night that we didn't cook yet, and decided to make them for brunch today with a benedict.  It turned out perfectly!  The only thing we thought would have been better was some sauteed kale or swiss chard to help cut some of the fat.  Next time we'll try that and post photos!


My delicious brunch this morning!




Hollandaise Ingredients:
2 Egg Yolks (Tropical Traditions Organic - Soy Free - Omega 3 Pastured Eggs)
1/2c (estimated) Extra Virgin Olive Oil  (Kotino's Olive Oil)
1 Garlic Clove
1T Water
1T Fresh Lemon Juice
1/4t Italian Seasonings
Sea Salt & Black Pepper to Taste


Serves 3-4


Directions for Hollandaise:
  • Add egg yolks, water, lemon juice, garlic, sea salt, pepper & italian seasonings into Vitamix on 5-7 speed(medium speed) for about 20 seconds blended together
  • Add olive oil until desired consistency - we think it was close to a 1/2c
  • Set aside until ready to serve

Ingredients for Trio Fish Cakes:
2- 6oz Wild Alaskan Pink Salmon Boneless/Skinless No Salt (we had 2 cans of Trader Joe brand on hand) but another favorite brand of mine is Vital Choice
1 4.375oz can Wild Sardines in Spring Water - Wild Planet or Vital Choice
4 Eggs
3/4-1c Honeyville Almond Flour
1T Amy's Organic Mustard
1T Organicville Sriracha
2 Large Shallots - Diced
2 small sprigs rosemary
1t Italian seasonings
1/2t Sea Salt
1/2-1t Lemon Pepper
1/4t Chili Powder
1/4t Ground Coriander
1-2T Bacon Lard (Coconut Oil or Grass Fed Butter would work too)

Makes 8 patties - Serves 4-6 People

Directions for Trio Fish Cakes:
  • Drain tuna & salmon and put into medium mixing bowl
  • Drain sardines, mash add into tuna & salmon mixture
  • Add eggs, shallots, spices & seasonings - mix together
  • Add flour slowly while stirring until the mixture starts to thicken.  You want to be able to make patties out of the mixture.
  • Make into 3 inch round x 1 inch thick patties (should make 7-8)
  • Melt Bacon Lard (Coconut Oil or Butter) over medium heat in Cast Iron Skillet
  • Pan fry them 4-5 min each side over medium heat
  • Enjoy!

Poach your desired eggs for the meal - http://www.seriouseats.com/2010/04/how-to-poach-an-egg-instructions-breakfast.html


Put it all together & enjoy a delicious Seafood Eggs Benedict. YUMMY!


Edy's Brunch this morning.. Both looked super tasty!



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