Ever had huevos rancheros? Literally translated as “ranch style eggs,” this Mexican recipe is a favorite around the Drummond ranch. The sunny-side-up eggs on top of crispy tortillas with a generous helping of sauced-up black beans are enough to keep you energized all morning long! But even though they’re hearty, they make a stunning dish for brunch and a perfect breakfast-for-dinner treat!
What are huevos racheros?
This recipe comes in many delicious forms, but the three things most have in common are eggs, beans, and tortillas. Similar to Ree Drummond’s Huevos Ree-O’s, this recipe uses picante sauce to spice up the black beans, and has a sprinkle of cheese around the eggs to make them extra crispy and delicious!
What if I don’t like sunny-side-up eggs?
If runny eggs aren’t your speed, don’t give up on huevos rancheros just yet! Simply flip the eggs and let them cook a little longer on each side until the yolk is done to your liking. If scrambled eggs are your favorite, simply mix the cheese, eggs, salt, and pepper together in a bowl, and scramble the eggs before adding them to the tortillas and beans when serving.
What kind of tortillas do you use for huevos rancheros?
For this recipe, we opted for corn tostadas, which come pre-fried and crispy, like big tortilla chips. If you prefer, heat up corn or flour tortillas in a skillet to add a hint of char and serve them alongside the eggs and beans.
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