Vegan Sauce Hollandaise with Fermented B(e)tter

Vegan Sauce Hollandaise with Fermented B(e)tter

Its springtime! And that means asparagus season is calling. The "white gold" is not only super delicious but also very nutritious. It's rich in antioxidants, vitamins K, C and A, folic acid (B6 transformed in our gut) and fiber (prebiotics).

And we all know that a traditional asparagus dish comes with potatoes and classic sauce hollandaise! But today we want to inspire you with our plant based alternative recipe to the French classic recipe which normally contains dairy butter. 

Fermented vegan butter SauerCrowd keto paleo gefermenteerd Hollandaise

This recipe is so simply that every hobby chef in the world will be able to make a wonderful plant based hollandaise with it! We still each eggs from our neighbors chickens which can run free in the garden and aren't fed with any antibiotics or GMO feed. This is why the final dish in this case didn't turn out to be 100% Vegan as you can see. 
Our plant based butter alternative Fermented B(e)tter has 25% less fat and calories while maintaining the same taste compared to dairy based butter. You won't believe how perfectly the butter melts into this delicious sauce recipe. 
fermented B(e)tter Vegan Butter alternative sauce hollandaise
Hint: If you prefer your hollandaise very thick in consistency you can always thicken up this recipe more with some corn starch into the boiling hollandaise pot!
INGREDIENTS (4 people):
  • 150ml Vegetable stock
  • 150g Fermented B(e)tter plantbased (sea salt or garlic/herbs)
  • 40g Organic white flour 
  • 150ml Oat or Soy creme 
  • 1tbsp White wine
  • 2tbsp mustard (I prefer Dijon) 
  • 1tbsp lemon juice 
  • 1tbsp nutritional yeast flakes (optional) 
  • Salt & Pepper to taste 


  • Slowly melt the fermented plant based B(e)tter in a sauce pan, then whisk in the flour and simmer 1-2 minutes to make a roux butter. 
  • Pour in the vegetables broth and soy/oat crème and sir while cooking. After 2 minutes add white wine, mustard, salt and pepper and stir constantly until the sauce is nicely thick and creamy. Finally, season with optional nutritional yeast flakes for an umami flavor finish. 
  • Serve the B(e)tter hollandaise sauce with asparagus and boiled potatoes and drizzle some freshly chopped dill and parsley on top. 

fermented B(e)tter Vegan Butter alternative sauce hollandaise

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