Hardly a stranger to deep frying things, food blogger Nick Chipman of DudeFoods put an unhealthy spin on a brunch classic with his deep fried eggs benedict recipe.
To ensure the eggs do not get overcooked, poach the eggs as you normally would, but remove them from the boiling water a minute or two before normal so they are not totally cooked. To slow down the cooking process further, drop them into ice water before coating them with flour, egg wash and panko bread crumbs. From there, you can deep fry them.
The deep fried eggs benedict would only be deep fried poached eggs without adding hollandaise sauce, Canadian bacon and half an english muffin. This is a great way to trash up a brunch staple.
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