This might be a really stupid question but why ‘faux’ hollandaise? I thought most hollandaise was low carb already.Oh, it is, but there’s actually a story here.My mama always called this dish broccoli with hollandaise when I was growing up. The first time I ate at a fancy restaurant and was served actual hollandaise, Low Vibration Plate Day T-Shirt I HATED it.When I asked Mama why her hollandaise is so much better than the hollandaise at the fancy restaurant my date had taken me to, she laughed and admitted that her version was just a ½ cup of mayonnaise with enough yellow mustard to “make it the right color”(2-3 tbsp),
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plus a couple tbsp dehydrated minced onions and a few dashes of Colman’s dry mustard powder. Low Vibration Plate Day T-Shirt And yeah, regular hollandaise is okay and all I guess, but her version is bangarang, and tastes like every holiday/special occasion dinner of my childhood. It just wouldn’t be Thanksgiving without it! Not a fan of regular hollandaise myself, but I’ve found the secret. If you skip the lemon, it’s basically just egg yolk and butter, which is delicious. 😛 I actually use rice vinegar instead of lemon. It gives it the right tang but without the citrus, which is weird to me.
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First I dice a loaf of Aldi’s 0g-net-carb bread, minus the heels, into small pieces (about 72 pieces per slice, around a ¼-½” dice, so they’ll absorb quickly like Stovetop and have a similar texture.) I lay the bread cubes out on a couple quarter sheet pans and bake them at 200°F for about an hour, until they are completely dry and crunchy (like croutons, without the generous coating of oil and seasonings, basically.) Low Vibration Plate Day T-Shirt Pull the cubes and let cool on the trays, then scoop into a bowl to consolidate space. I also crush up a handful or two of cubes in a baggie with a meat mallet, to help with the final texture of the dish. This part can be done ahead of time.