Eggs Benedict is an American breakfast dish that consists of two halves of an English muffin, topped with ham or bacon, poached eggs, and Hollandaise sauce.
Eggs Blackstone substitutes streaky bacon for the ham and adds a tomato slice.
Eggs Florentine substitutes spinach for the ham. Older versions of eggs Florentine add spinach to poached or shirred eggs
Eggs Mornay – substitutes the Hollandaise with Mornay (cheese) sauce.
Eggs Atlantic, Hemingway or Copenhagen also known as Eggs Royale and Eggs Montreal in New Zealand substitutes smoked salmon (or salmon) for the ham. This is a common variation found in Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the United Kingdom. This is also known as “Eggs Benjamin” in a few restaurants in Canada.
Huevos Benedictos substitutes either sliced avocado or Mexican chorizo for the ham, and is topped with both a salsa (such as salsa roja or salsa brava) and hollandaise sauce.
Eggs Hussarde substitutes Holland rusks for the English muffin and adds Bordelaise sauce.
Country Benedict, sometimes known as eggs Beauregard, replaces the English muffin, ham and hollandaise sauce with an American biscuit, sausage patties, and country gravy. The poached eggs are replaced with eggs fried to choice.
Irish Benedict replaces the ham with corned beef or Irish bacon.
Portobello Benedict substitutes Portobello mushrooms for the ham, and is a popular alternative for Catholics observing the Friday Fast.
Oscar Benedict, also known as Eggs Oscar, replaces the ham with asparagus and lump crab meat.
Eggs Provençal replaces the hollandaise sauce with Béarnaise Sauce.
Russian Easter Benedict replaces the hollandaise sauce with a lemon juice and mustard flavored Béchamel Sauce, and is topped with black caviar.
Eggs Chesapeake substitutes crab cake for the ham.
Eggs Hebridean replaces the ham with Black Pudding. This variation is common in Scotland, using black pudding from Stornoway.