Abernethy Dulse Hollandaise Sauce

Abernethy Dulse Hollandaise Sauce

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Served up over cured salmon, steamed green veggies or poached eggs, Hollandaise sauce, a beautifully buttery and tangy sauce, is one of our favourites in the Scullery. For a taste of the ocean, to serve up with freshly baked fish, we’re adding Abernethy Butter seasoned with finely chopped Dulse and flecks of sea salt to our Hollandaise recipe – we hope you like it!

The lovely folks at Abernethy Butter, Allison and Will, launched this butter earlier in the year adding this third flavour to their award winning original butter and an award winning oak smoked butter. Not long after it launched, this creamy, smooth, hand churned butter took home a star at this year’s great taste awards. The butter works well in seafood dishes to season with a hint of savoury seaweed and sea saltiness but the Dulse seasoning also tastes great on freshly grilled steaks!

If you’re serving up a hollandaise with smoked fish, we can recommend using the Smoked Abernethy Butter in place of the Dulse & Sea Salt butter for an extra hit of smokiness! If you like it hot, we’d suggest adding two teaspoons of SculleryMade Hot Sauce to the lemon juice before gradually mixing into the hollandaise!

Bon Appetit!

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Abernethy Dulse Hollandaise Sauce

Ingredients

Serves 6:

4 Egg Yolks

160g Dulse & Sea Salt Abernethy Butter

Juice and Rind of 1 Lemon

Cracked Black Pepper

Method

Preparation time: 15 minutes

Calories per serving: 206 Calories

Melt the butter in a pan.

In a metal/glass bowl placed over a pot of simmering water, whisk the egg yolks and gradually add the melted butter constantly whisking over a gentle heat until the sauce thickens.

Gradually add the lemon juice & rind, constantly whisking and careful not to add too much to reduce the thickness of the sauce.

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SculleryMade produces artisan goods using quality, local ingredients in Belfast. For recipe ideas using local ingredients check out our blog http://scullery-made.com 

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