For breakfast or any meal, Lobster Cake Eggs Benedict will make you feel like royalty! Use prepared Hollandaise sauce to make this easier.
Lobster Cake Eggs Benedict
- 4 lobster cakes
- 4 eggs
- 4 thin slices beefsteak tomatoes
- 1 ½ cups prepared Hollandaise sauce
- 1 Tablespoon fresh chopped chives
- 4 slices brioche bread
- Pre heat oven to 375 and bake Lobster cakes until heated through
- In a small sauce pan slowly bring Hollandaise sauce up to simmer
- In a larger sauce pot fill 2/3 with water and ½ cup white vinegar and bring to a boil
- Stir the boiling water with a metal slotted spoon to create a swirling motion in the water
- As the water swirls crack the 4 eggs carefully in the water and continue the water moving until eggs begin to set
- Cook until eggs are set but still soft to touch
- Remove eggs and drain with slotted spoon
- While eggs are cooking toast the brioche slices
- Once everything is ready , place the brioche flat on serving platter
- Then place slices of tomato and Lobster cakes on top
- Perch the eggs on top of the Lobster cakes and finish with the sauce and fresh chives
- Sprinkle with a little smoked paprika for garnish and serve !
This really should be served with a Bloody Mary for breakfast!
Love Shrimp and Quesadillas? Here’s a recipe that calls for shrimp, tomato, onion and goat cheese tucked into flour tortillas – for scrumptious Shrimp and Goat Cheese Quesadillas.
Shrimp and Goat Cheese Quesadillas
- 4 – 12 inch flour tortillas
- 1 lbs. cooked 31-40 cooked shrimp (thawed and tails removed)
- ¼ cup fresh cilantro
- 1 cup fresh diced tomato
- ½ cup fresh diced sweet onion
- Juice of 2 limes
- 8 oz. fresh goat cheese
- Extra Virgin Olive Oil , salt and pepper to taste
- In a mixing bowl toss all the ingredients except for the goat cheese and tortillas , set aside
- Pre heat oven to 400
- Spread goat cheese evenly among the 4 tortillas and on the bottom half of each tortilla distribute filling
- Fold over to form a semi circle
- Rub the tops with a little Extra Virgin Olive Oil , season with salt and pepper and bake until browned and heated through.
When it comes to authentic Italian cheeses, Miceli’s is the real thing!
This family owned, Italian cheese company is located in Cleveland. John Miceli, Sr. founded the company in 1949. He knew what he was doing; his family had a history of making cheeses in Sicily. When the family moved to Ohio, the John Miceli began selling cheese in the Italian neighborhoods in Cleveland’s east side from his Model T Ford.
Quality and authenticity was important then, and are still the cornerstones of the company. Miceli’s cheeses are the preferred choice of many famous chefs across the country.
Still owned by the Miceli family, the company takes pride in carrying on the legacy and traditions that John Miceli built.
Buehler’s is proud to provide these great Italian cheeses for our customers.