Egg-in-a-nest (a.k.a. egg-in-a-hole) is the inspiration for this breakfast sandwich. Cutting a hole in the English muffin and dropping in an egg before frying is just the beginning. To give this sandwich the true flavor of classic eggs Benedict, we’ve added fried Canadian bacon and covered it in an easy blender version of hollandaise sauce.
Special equipment: A 2-inch round cutter is needed to cut the holes in the English muffins.
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