Egg florentine with smoked salmon

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I woke up feeling the need to watch Think Like a Man which inspired this meal. The scene in which Dominic cooked for Lauren, gingered me to try  egg florentine for myself :).

I have never been a fan of runny eggs but I thought to myself really how bad can it get :). Now that I have tried it I am totally addicted ;)…I’m never fully cooking my eggs anymore …runny eggs for me all day long😍. I had this with some smoked salmon keeping with our seafood month and it was AMAZING!!!!! Maybe next attempt of egg florentine I will try it without the salmon just to experience the alternative taste 😆

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Prep time: 5mins
Cook time: 10mins
Serves: 4

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Ingredients

2 x whole oven bottom muffins
Butter
2 tablespoons vinegar
4 x fresh eggs 
500g baby spinach leaves
8 slices of smoked salmon
Hollandaise sauce
Black pepper

Directions

Preheat grill at 120°, line the oven tray with some baking sheets and set to the side.

Half the muffins, butter and place on tray, then toast in oven for 3 mins.

Boil water in a large saucepan add some vinegar and break an egg carefully into the saucepan careful not to break the yolk. Poach the eggs for about 3 minutes or until the white set but the yolks are still soft. Repeat this method for all 4 eggs.

Meanwhile heat up a pan large enough to hold all the spinach. When it is hot add butter and spinach. Turn it over with tongs for 1-2 minutes until wilted.

When the eggs are done, lift them out with a slotted spoon, pat dry with kitchen paper. Put a portion of spinach on each bread bun, 2 slices of salmon, egg and spoon over the hollandaise. Sprinkle black pepper and serve.

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You can try this poached egg recipe with or without spinach and salmon. Whatever works for you but do share ur experiences below :).

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