This lobster benedict recipe is featured on the blog “greedy gourmet”. Typically, this dish is served for breakfast. However, this french classic may also be enjoyed as a late brunch dish. The author assures the audience that cooking time is only about 20 minutes and the recipe is a fan favorite. Compared to preparing the hollandaise sauce, the author claims that the most difficult part is the egg poaching. To facilitate the process, the blog post included step-by-step visuals of the preparation.
- A lobster benedict, a playful play on the traditional eggs benedict, gives you a new weapon in your brunch arsenal.
- This combines well with breakfast in bed, and the author examines a good bed to have it in.
- The bed in question is by Juliette’s interiors and gives a good play of luxury for the bedroom.
“Lobster Benedict is an excellent idea if you want to pleasantly surprise someone over a birthday, an anniversary or if you have excellent taste in food.”
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