Although the name "Hollandaise Sauce" may sound fancy, it's actually quite simple to prepare. This rich and creamy sauce is often served alongside a traditional dish of Eggs Benedict, featuring crispy bacon, toasted English muffins, and poached eggs.Marthinus Strydom
Hollandaise Sauce has its roots in medieval France, where it was originally known as "sauce isabelle" or "sauce béarnaise." It gained popularity during the Renaissance period and eventually became a staple in French cuisine, earning its current name due to association with the Dutch (or Holland).
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