Light, delicate, and delicious. I am not normally a fan of Hollandaise sauce, but I really liked this version (my husband is a big fan, and also like this lighter version). The only changes we made were doubling the Gouda and frying the eggs in rings (don't have custard cups for poaching). With the two of us, the recipe took less than 30 minutes to make.
Vegetarian Benedicts with Thyme Sabayon
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crusnock Posted: 04/22/12
TheMomChef Posted: 05/21/12
I made this while everyone was out of the house and savored every bite. It's delicious. I did it exactly as written (as always) and didn't need to change a thing. The Sabayon is fantastic and pairs well with the portobellos. You can read my full review at: http://bit.ly/Kew2Rp