Exploring the Delight of Lobster Benedict: A Sumptuous Twist on a Classic Dish

Breakfast, they say, is the most important meal of the day. And what better way to start the morning off right than with a luxurious treat? Enter the Lobster Benedict—a decadent twist on the traditional Eggs Benedict that elevates the experience to an entirely new level of culinary delight.

At its core, this dish is a harmonious blend of flavors and textures: perfectly poached eggs nestled atop golden English muffins, crowned with generous portions of tender, succulent Canadian lobster meat. Each bite offers a symphony of taste that tantalizes the palate and leaves you yearning for more.

One of the key ingredients in this masterpiece is the Canadian lobster. Not only does it contribute to the rich taste of this dish, but it also stands as a symbol of sustainability. Canadian lobster is harvested using sustainable practices, ensuring that future generations can continue to relish this exquisite seafood. With its commitment to responsible fishing methods, the Canadian lobster industry prioritizes the preservation of marine ecosystems while delivering top-quality crustaceans to our plates.

What makes the Lobster Benedict even more remarkable is the versatility of Canadian lobster. Whether it’s steamed, grilled, or used in various recipes, the lobster’s adaptability allows for endless culinary possibilities. And the best part? It’s available year-round, ensuring that this indulgence is never out of reach, no matter the season.

Let’s talk health. Contrary to the notion that decadent dishes can’t be healthy, the Lobster Benedict stands as a testament to the contrary. Lobster is a lean source of protein, packed with essential vitamins and minerals, making it a nutritious addition to your breakfast table. Paired with perfectly poached eggs and the delightful Blender Hollandaise sauce, this dish is not just a feast for the taste buds but also a nutritious start to the day.

Speaking of that golden, creamy sauce that brings everything together—the Blender Hollandaise is a marvel in itself. Silky and velvety, it cascades over the ensemble, complementing the lobster and eggs with its buttery richness. Its preparation adds an elegant touch to the dish, elevating it to a culinary masterpiece that’s sure to impress.

In conclusion, the Lobster Benedict isn’t just a breakfast; it’s an experience—a fusion of taste, sustainability, versatility, and health. It’s a celebration of fine flavors that dance on your tongue, a reminder of the wonders of Canadian lobster, and a testament to the artistry of culinary craftsmanship.

So, why not treat yourself and your loved ones to a delightful morning affair with a Lobster Benedict? It’s not just a meal; it’s a journey through flavors that you’ll cherish and remember.

A very generous thank you to Lobster Council of Canada  for sponsoring this recipe. It is an honour to work with brands that align with our values and make it possible for us to share these recipes with you.


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Lobster Benedict

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  • Author: The Kilted Chef
  • Yield: Serves 2


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Blender Hollandaise Sauce

  • 6 egg yolks
  • 2 tablespoons fresh squeezed lemon juice
  • 1/8 teaspoon cayenne pepper
  • 1 cup melted butter
  1. Place the egg yolks into the base of a blender, add the lemon juice and cayenne, whiz on medium speed until light and colour and the yolks have become airy.
  2. Reduce the speed to low and drizzle the hot butter into the yolks through the opening on the top, do this in a slow and consistent manner just until the sauce comes together, if you over process the sauce it will break.


  1. Prepare the Hollandaise sauce and set aside.
  2. Poach the eggs so that the yolks are soft, meanwhile toast the English muffins.
  3. Divide the lobster meat between 4 muffin halves.
  4. Top each with a poached egg and a generous serving of Hollandaise sauce.
  • Category: Breakfast,eggs, Entrees, seafood, lobster, recipes