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Hannah Plas: I don't know why everyone has a problem with poaching eggs... I've never drained my eggs. And yours still have stuff floating around at the edges.
I always make a whirlpool and my poached eggs come out perfectly round without stuff on the outside...
JOJO65 !: I think I would leave out the water if you want it a bit thicker.......
Nurhaida Mohd Noor: Hi Sara Lynn. May I know how long can we store the sauce in the fridge?
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deeyandra: That looks amazing!!
superkhrys: How many does this serve?
Shradha Bhatia: Morning ! I just tried making this yummy brunch and the eggs came out perfect but the the hollandaise sauce was very thick. what could have gone wrong?
Bexy Evans: That does look nice!
Cat A.: i finally now know how to perfectly poach an egg for my husband which is his favourite.
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English Bob: Great channel! And what a great tip regarding poaching the eggs! Fabulous! :-)
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Omaima Saleh: hi Sara, I tried your recipe and it is absolutely delicious. however, the butter used is too much for me, can I replace it with water to thickn the sauce or use something else healthier? thanks..
Steven Zhou: Have you tired poaching eggs with a ladle?
Stasy Kendel: Amazing recipe!:)
MissLyne T: Vary nice job.
Niki Kolev: Absolutely delicious food 🍲. Thank you!
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