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Bobby’s Southwestern-themed brunch is spiced up with Texas toast, STEAK and eggs!
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Texas Eggs Benedict
RECIPE COURTESY OF BOBBY FLAY
Level: Intermediate
Total: 45 min
Active: 45 min
Yield: 4 servings

Ingredients

Black Bean Tomato Relish:
3 tablespoons finely chopped purple onions
2 tablespoons recent cilantro, finely chopped
1 tablespoon olive oil
3 plum tomatoes, seeded and finely diced
One 15-ounce can black beans, tired, rinsed smartly anddrained once more
1 serrano chile, finely diced
Juice of one lime
Salt and freshly flooring black pepper

Steak Sauce Hollandaise:
1 tablespoon recent lime juice
3 massive egg yolks, frivolously overwhelmed
1 1/2 sticks unsalted butter, melted till foamy
1/4 cup to at least one/2 cup your favourite steak sauce, comparable to Bobby Flay’s Mesa Steak Sauce
1 teaspoon kosher salt
1/4 teaspoon freshly flooring black pepper

Texas Toast:
2 cloves garlic, smashed to a paste
1 stick unsalted butter, softened
Salt and freshly flooring black pepper
4 slices ache de mie, sliced 1-inch thick

Grilled Steak:
One 1-pound boneless ribeye, about 1 1/2 inches thick, reduce into 8 1/2-inch-thick slices
3 tablespoons spice rub, comparable to Bobby Flay’s Steak Rub for Beef and Pork
Kosher salt and freshly flooring black pepper
2 tablespoons canola oil

Poached eggs:
1 tablespoon white wine vinegar
4 eggs
Kosher salt and freshly flooring black pepper
Whole recent cilantro leaves, for garnish

Directions

For the black bean relish: Combine the onions, cilantro, olive oil, tomatoes, beans, chiles and lime juice in a bowl and season with salt and black pepper. Let the relish sit down at room temperature for half-hour to permit the flavors to meld.

For the hollandaise: Place the lime juice and yolks in a medium stainless steel bowl set over a pot of simmering water. Whisk the yolks till faded yellow and fluffy. Slowly upload the melted butter, a couple of tablespoons at a time, and whisk till thickened. Remove from the warmth, whisk within the steak sauce and season with the salt and black pepper. Keep heat.

For the Texas toast: Heat a grill pan over medium-high warmth. Combine the garlic, butter and a few salt and black pepper in a small bowl. Butter either side of the bread with probably the most garlic butter, and grill till properly charred on either side.

For the steak: Put every slice of steak in between items of plastic wrap and use a meat mallet to pound them into skinny steaks. Sprinkle either side with probably the most steak rub and a few salt and black pepper. Heat the oil in a solid iron pan over excessive warmth. Add the steaks and cook dinner till a crust paperwork, about 1 minute. Flip and cook dinner for every other minute till the opposite facet paperwork a crust as smartly.
For the poached eggs: Bring 3 cups water and the vinegar to a steady simmer in a big high-sided frying pan. Break every egg right into a cup and gently upload to the water. Poach till the yolks are just about set, 4 to five mins. Remove the eggs from the pan with a slotted spoon to empty the liquid. Season the highest with salt and black pepper.

For meeting: Spoon probably the most black bean relish on best of every piece of the Texas toast. Top every with 2 items of steak, a poached egg, then probably the most hollandaise. Garnish with complete cilantro leaves.

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22 thoughts on “Bobby Flay's Texas Eggs Benedict | Brunch @ Bobby's | Food Network”

  1. Bobby Flay 's what up long time don't see glad to see u again I hope to, see more of u and the nice cooking it help me a lot I learn so much I got a job when I use, to watch your Show I did well my employer ask me who teach me to cook Jesus Christ our creator, bless your hand every day and go before u and your family, Jesus Christ love u and keep u from sickness thank Jesus Christ for u and the, rest of chief on food net work Jesus Christ bless u all and keep u in his love and, care love u all from Jamaica West Indies .

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  3. Finished product looks good but getting to it is definitely lacking a few steps. And when you try to go to the written recipe, I get a black screen! That's a strange way to make hollandaise sauce.
    What is that tomato based steak sauce??
    I think the only ingredients I have on hand for this recipe are eggs and s&p. Oh well…

  4. Bobby Flay… if you want to call this "Monterey Mexico – Hell even Ixtapa Mexican benedict you feel free too". To call these "Texas" is a slap in the face to every Texan and Tejano living in the state.
    We dont have black beans here – that's a California / Chipotle restaurant thing. You no nothing of our food and our unique Latino/Anglo heritage. To think I used to stand up for you…..
    Telling people how much I admired your success despite your formal education as a young man.
    Wow.

    Google Tex-Mex and maybe reeducate yourself.

    A true Texan has their Benedict 2 ways traditional Delmonico's style or seafood crab n gulf coast shrimp.

    I guess you think we put beans in our chili as well.
    SMH

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