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Golden Polenta & Egg with Mustard Sauce

February/March 2005, The EatingWell Healthy in a Hurry Cookbook (2006)

Your rating: None Average: 3.6 (14 votes)

Here's a streamlined version of Eggs Benedict: purchased polenta, boiled eggs and an easy, no-cook homage to hollandaise. It's a quick dinner any night of the week-or a great weekend brunch.



READER'S COMMENT:
"This was REALLY good. We used left-over hard boiled Easter eggs. I think this would be better w/soft boiled eggs or poached eggs for better texture. But the sauce... YUMMY!!! I like the other reviewer's suggestion of serving it with...
Golden Polenta & Egg with Mustard Sauce Recipe

9 Reviews for Golden Polenta & Egg with Mustard Sauce

05/10/2014
Anonymous
A long standing favorite.

This dish makes everyone happy. This year, the one selected for Mothers Day brunch.

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04/26/2014

Polenta was tasteless even with the terrible mustard sauce.
Only items enjoyable in this meal was the egg, which was prepared just right, and the green beans.
Now I have to decide what I am going to eat in place of the polenta (ugh!).

Comments
04/26/2014

Polenta was tasteless even with the terrible mustard sauce.
Only items enjoyable in this meal was the egg, which was prepared just right, and the green beans.
Now I have to decide what I am going to eat in place of the polenta (ugh!).

Comments
04/26/2014

Polenta was tasteless even with the terrible mustard sauce.
Only items enjoyable in this meal was the egg, which was prepared just right, and the green beans.
Now I have to decide what I am going to eat in place of the polenta (ugh!).

Comments
04/26/2014

Polenta was tasteless even with the terrible mustard sauce.
Only items enjoyable in this meal was the egg, which was prepared just right, and the green beans.
Now I have to decide what I am going to eat in place of the polenta (ugh!).

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