Leftover BBQ anyone?! Yesterday was the day after Father’s Day and I just had a ton of leftover BBQ Pulled Pork Shoulder. It was early in the morning this morning and I decided… “hmm what could I make with bbq that is brunch like?”… answer: BBQ EGGS BENNY!!
This recipe is delicious and simple. For the base of this Eggs Benedict I used one of my left over Brown Butter Keto Biscuits and cut it in half. I then reheated left over pulled pork in a medium pan. I placed it on top of my reheated biscuit. Then I fried an egg sunny side up and placed it on top of the BBQ. The BBQ hollandaise sauce goes over the top and sprinkle green onions to garnish!
Below I will link all of the recipes that go along with this one so you can easily put this together even if you don’t have leftovers! Because I totally get how mouthwatering this can be or maybe you want to make them for a group!
Recipes included in this one:
Don’t have BBQ already?
The base of our Eggs Benny:
Our BBQ Eggs Benny Sauce:
BBQ Hollandaise Sauce (Recipe with BBQ Eggs Benedict recipe below)
Putting this recipe together:
Once you have made the BBQ Hollandaise sauce listed above, the Brown Butter Keto Biscuits, and your BBQ Pulled Pork Shoulder you are ready to begin assembling your BBQ Eggs Benedict. First, reheat your BBQ Pulled Pork Shoulder in a sauce pan. Then, cut a Brown Butter Keto Biscuit in half and place your reheated BBQ Pulled Pork Shoulder on top of your biscuit. You will then fry an egg sunny side up and place it on top of your BBQ. Then, drizzle your BBQ Hollandaise Sauce on top and sprinkle green onions to top! This recipe is delicious!
BBQ Eggs Benedict
For this recipe you will either need left over Brown Butter Keto Biscuits and BBQ Pulled Pork Shoulder. Or you can prepare both fresh. Check out both recipes in the links.
- 1 Brown Butter Keto Biscuit (Check out link below)
- 1/2 cup leftover BBQ
- 1 sprig of green onion, chopped
- BBQ Hollandaise Sauce (yields 8 servings-save for later):
- 4 egg yokes
- 1 tbsp freshly squeezed lemon juice
- 1/2 cup unsalted butter, melted
- Pinch of salt
- Pinch of chili powder
- Pinch of adobo powder
- Pinch of cayenne powder (optional)
- Whisk the egg yokes and lemon juice in a stainless steel bowl until the mixture thickens.
- Put the bowl over a saucepan with simmering water. Don’t let the water touch the bottom of the bowl. Continue whisking the mixture. Don’t overheat the eggs because they could begin to scramble and it will create the wrong texture.
- Next slowly mix in the melted butter and continue to whisk the mixture until it get thick.
- Remove from the heat and add chili powder, adobo powder, salt, and cayenne.
- Cover and place in a warm spot until you’re ready to serve.
- In a small frying pan, reheat leftover BBQ on medium-high heat for 5 minutes.
- Cut a Brown Butter Keto Biscuit in half and put your BBQ on top of it.
- In the same small frying pan, fry an egg sunny side up. and place it on top of the BBQ.
- Top the Eggs Benedict with 2 tbsp of the BBQ Hollandaise Sauce and chopped green onions. Serve warm!
BBQ Eggs Benedict
Amount Per Serving:
|% Daily Value*|
|Total Fat 54.8 g||84.3%|
|Saturated Fat 25.8 g||129%|
|Trans Fat .3 g|
|Cholesterol 339.3 mg||113.1%|
|Sodium 1159.3 mg||48.3%|
|Total Carbohydrate 27 g||9%|
|Dietary Fiber 1.5 g||6%|
|Sugars 23.3 g|
|Protein 32.3 g|
|Vitamin A 250.2%||Vitamin C 10.3%|
|Calcium 103.3%||Iron 11.4%|
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
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