Keeping Your Hollandaise Sauce Warm

Keeping Your Hollandaise Sauce Warm

Timing is everything, especially when you’re making breakfast or dinner…

Everything usually comes together at the same time.  Your sauce usually gets made first and usually cools off and starts to thicken.  You then have to reheat it and it usually breaks, and who wants a lukewarm and broken sauce … Or for that matter, cold eggs or asparagus because you have to reheat the Hollandaise?

I have a great solution for you!


Try using your stainless steel travel mug to keep your hollandaise or any other sauce warm.  First, fill it to the top with boiling hot water to heat the inside.  Put the lid back on until you are ready; remove the top and pour out the water and fill with your sauce.  Place the top back on quickly, and your sauce will still be warm when you’re ready to use it and it will not break on you.




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