GAPS Legal Hollandaise Sauce Recipe Made with Limes
What do you do when you are bored or eggs two ways (scrambled or fried?)... make hollandaise sauce, of course!
I'm not sure how the true chefs will react to this recipe because I'm sure I don't get my hollandaise sauce as smooth as it's supposed to be, but so many of you have asked for this favorite recipe of mine that I want to share it here! I have now made this sauce dozens of times and there are a few principles I have learned about what makes this dish different than plain scrambled eggs.
#1 Don't do this in a cast-iron or your eggs will taste like iron.
#2 Lower heat makes for smoother sauce. But if you are in a hurry and don't mind lumps, more heat and less time still creates a delicious meal.
#3 The acid (lime or lemon juice) is the real key to this dish. I make my plain scrambled eggs with similar amounts of butter, but it is the lime that makes the eggs more smooth.
#4 I prefer lime over lemon because it is more mild and I feel I can add more of it without overpowering the dish. I believe this makes the hollandaise sauce easier to successfully make. After having done this many times there is a color change I look for when adding the lime juice. When I achieve this color change I know that my sauce will turn out decently smooth.
As you make this sauce, don't give up if you don't achieve your desired smoothness the first time! As with most cooking, this is an art and skill that you will get better at with practice. Enjoy your hollandaise sauce!
Simple Hollandaise Sauce
3 (ish) tablespoons Butter
½ lime, freshly squeezed
Melt butter in pan on very low heat.
A smooth hollandaise sauce is achievable! Whisk the eggs quickly before adding to melted butter. Recipe by certified GAPS Practitioner Amy Mihaly, Be Well Clinic.
Beat two eggs in a bowl.
Hollandaise Sauce is my most requested recipe! I eat this GAPS Legal and GAPS friendly sauce on chicken, vegetables and with eggs. It's also Whole 30 and Paleo friendly! Recipe by certified GAPS Practitioner Amy Mihaly, Be Well Clinic.
Add eggs to pan as soon as butter is melted.
The key to making a good Hollandaise Sauce is to whisk constantly for a smooth sauce. This GAPS legal recipe couldn't be easier! Recipe by certified GAPS Practitioner Amy Mihaly, Be Well Clinic.
Mix sauce together, stirring constantly. Add lime juice. Using a whisk will get you a smoother sauce but I don’t mind a chunkier sauce.
If your eggs start to thicken, turn down your heat or add more lime juice.
An easy simple recipe for Hollandaise Sauce with only three ingredients. This recipe is legal on the GAPS Diet, Whole 30 and Paleo. Recipe by certified GAPS Practitioner Amy Mihaly, Be Well Clinic.
The sauce is done when it holds together more and you can start to see the bottom of the pan.
Serve immediately! Serve with chicken, artichokes, vegetables.
Do not cook this is in an cast iron pan! Use a stainless steel pan with good heat protection.
This simple GAPS Legal Hollandaise recipe is just a few ingredients and comes together quickly! It's Whole 30 and Paleo friendly. Recipe by certified GAPS Practitioner Amy Mihaly, Be Well Clinic.